• by F. Scott
  • Narrated by B. Jay Kaplan
  • 0 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Creating order within our thought process is critical to us understanding what truth is and what is false. Very often we confuse subjective thinking with objective thinking and as a result, we confuse ourselves with the truth. There is great wisdom in learning when to be objective and when to be subjective. Learn about the various scenarios on subjective and objective thinking. Discover what happens when you don't have a clear vision and the actual benefits of having a clear vision. Understand the benefits of objective thinking and how you know the truth based upon the given objects.
If you want someone to take you seriously, always focus on the objective, the tangible.You will come across more trusting and truthful!


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Complete Nonsense!

I am utterly baffled as to how this piece of nonsense got published. It makes no sense. It is a colossal waste of time and money. It was so. Ad that there were moments when I wondered whether it was supposed to be some kind of odd joke. It is probably the worst "book" (I hesitate to even call it a book) I have ever read. The narrator did a nice job but I'm afraid no one , not James Earl Jones, not Morgan Freeman, not Dame Judi Dench could save this hopeless pile of incoherence.
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- SusieH

Sea in a cup of tea

A capsule of knowledge. To the point and brief. Clears confusion habit of mind. Distinction leads to clear vision. Great
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-27-2014
  • Publisher: Lawrence Payne