Vishen Lakiani's New York Times best-selling book, The Code of the Extraordinary Mind is a combination of the author's philosophy and the life experiences of brilliant thinkers and creators who have achieved greatness in their own lives. It touches on the limiting beliefs that constrain people from living their lives to the fullest.
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In The Code of the Extraordinary Mind, Vishen Lakhiani explores what makes successful people extraordinary and reveals 10 laws anyone can use to make the radical transformation to a fulfilling life. In the author’s view, the journey towards an extraordinary life begins with an awareness of the powerful influences that culture has on the self. The journey involves discarding outdated models of reality, taking on new empowering models, learning to be happy in the present, and crafting a vision for the future. Through this vision, extraordinary minds find their quest and begin changing the world. As epitomized by his journey from growing up in Malaysia to running a million-dollar human transformation company, Lakhiani maintains that anyone can begin applying these laws in his or her life today and live an extraordinary life.
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Good summary of the Code book.
If Janice (from Friends) decided to be a narrator
A narrator without such an annoying voice
A different narrator
Her voice is the most shrill, irritating voice I've ever heard
- Shaun Nel