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The 28 Laws of Attraction: Stop Chasing Success and Let It Chase You

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2008

    For those who need the inspiration, this book is a great start.

    Opposite the method of 'The Secret' book which, although insightful, is simply people talking about 'positive energy', this book instead gives you a hands-on experience to changing your approach on life. Ranging from issues within personal relationships, work-relations, and career choices and pretty much everything else in between. This book leaves it up to the reader on whether or not they want to work for the change they want, exercises are also provided for the reader as well. I respect people who become successful, in any subject area of life, and share their methods with those who have not yet found the way to it. Whether or not these 'Successes' should make profit for themselves is another issue. None the less, if you need some hands-on inspiration on a weak area in your life, this book is a good investment on starting to go in a even slightly new direction in your life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2008

    Use your own mind, don't let a book tell you how to do it

    This book reminds me of what my financial advisor has repeatedly told me --- if he were the financial genius that the stereo-typical persona of a financial advisor holds then he would not be a working stiff! This audiobook supposedly can give you the ¿all knowing power¿ to accomplish anything. OK, will I be the next millionaire by listening to it? I don¿t believe so. If Mr. Leonard is the coach he claims to be and swears people can accomplish whatever they want by doing the 28 laws, then why is it necessary for him to write a book? His reason for writing it is because he wants to be a good person and help others? I think not! This is just one more of those ¿get rich¿ (or get whatever it is you want) quick theme books that have you spend money to buy them and then the results are less than promised. This is not my cup of tea. By all means, use your mind for great things but you don¿t need a book to tell you how to do that.

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