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Dan Kennedy kind of steps over the line here, writing from Maltz's point of view, freely wielding the opinion of the long deceased plastic surgeon and self-help guru on matters such as Waterworld and Tiger Woods. Not to mention that the golf metaphors are truly astounding in volume for a book not actually about golf. I don't want to entirely torch the thing--the message is truly a great one--but, I would have preferred the original. Door-to-door salesmen references and all.
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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend this audiobook because it changed how I viewed myself, which in turned changed how I viewed my world and all of the obstacles that I have faced, and will face.
What did you like best about this story?
The contents are based upon common sense principles that we all have heard growing up, but is presented in such a way that you can connect all of the information into a tangible outline for your personal life and situations.
What does Paul Michael bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
A conversational yet educational tone.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The realization that all of our actions and thought derive from what we believe about ourselves, and that the two go hand in hand and can not be separated.
Any additional comments?
I found out about this book by reading Dan S. Kennedy's No B.S. Books. I was reluctant to read it because of the books title. I am glad that I did not judge this book by it's cover. Before reading this book, I thought that Dan Kennedy's books had profoundly changed my life, but now I see that Dan was employing the Psycho Cybernetics principles :)
P.S. I never, EVER right reviews, for anything! No matter how much I liked it. So for me to sit down and type this review is a testament to the powerful teachings of this book!!!!!!
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