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nicholas lanthier

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a psychopaths nightmare

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Évalué le: 2019-03-08

im a fan of R. greenes book the laws of human nature but this one is not my cup of tea. its a stark reminder that the world is indeed full of evil manipulators with alterior motives for control...greed, and ego is the bane of mankind. But it seems to me this book is made for sociopaths and people who yearn to deceive people. Maybe im a fool but many things i do is out of kindness to bring joy and lend a hand to others without having a sinister motive in my mind of using people for my benefit...

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The most profound book I've listened to!

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Évalué le: 2019-02-13

Great narration, was hooked from start to finish. the audiobook brings incredibly deep self reflection and fascinating stories. i feel different after listening to it. It was a life changing experience for me. i plan on listening again and again.

Very relatable

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Évalué le: 2018-12-10

Can really connect with david. First seen him on joe rogans podcast. For some, he might come as off putting and narcissistic. But hes an outlier and im the same way. He really digs deep in the mentality of being superior to the man you were yesterday and to love and enjoy the struggle and pain. If i can do this what else am i capable of? (And of course to prove all the haters wrong.) Its better than any self help book out there cause he actually lives it. It reinforces the mindset that everyone has flaws, injuries or insecurities, you just have to go out there and get it done and exercise is the best outlet for reinforcing your mind.