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Mario Quesada

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Very usefull

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Reviewed: 2020-07-01

pThe author offers a good understanding of our personal priorities and traits and adapting the process of organizing to them.

Not for everybody

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Reviewed: 2020-06-14

This is very much about persistence, effort, responsibility and duty.
If you need that kind of message from a book, good for you.
The word success is repeated tens of times, but it doesn't speak to me, I'll glad I didn't have to buy the book as I just pay monthly for unlimited listening.
I guees the author is just going to keep persisting writing books as he believes that all depends on effort and hard work.
For me when it feels like an effort to listening to an audio book I am not impressed by how successful the author may believe he is,the book is a failure to me.
Besides, I found his voice unpleasant. But hey... he is successful.

Good philosophy

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Reviewed: 2020-05-17

I just found the format and language a bit boring, probably because it's a translation from Japanese and it sounds too formal.
this appears to me more as a psychological philosophy than a psychological practice.

Practical

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Reviewed: 2020-01-28

For certain people with more or less normal brains this is practical advice.
For people like me that tend to be timid, hesitant and distracted it would give you the tools to fix your deepest issues.
All depends on your personality and brain function, you may need another kind of book such as Your ADDed Personality.

Very generous

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Reviewed: 2020-01-20

I appreciate very much the fact that the author and his students live partly out of these procefures but he share them anyways.
This has to be listened several times I think, to use well this knowledge, but it's worthwhile.

Concise and practical

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Reviewed: 2020-01-08

I'm already very familiar with the theory on the subconscious mind on our reality, butthis short book gave me one new hint that made the reading worth it.

It is as complete as it could for that time

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Reviewed: 2019-12-05

The author's work was very thorough and impressive.
For those as passionate as I am I advise you to find more recent publications on the subject of vitamins D, K2 and , just in case..

Important useful information

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Reviewed: 2019-11-27

I appreciated especially the more reasonable approach to nutrition by applying phases to the healing and thriving process.

Really usefull

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Reviewed: 2019-09-07

Even if it doesn't say so, I realized through this book that there can be an illness called compulsive caretaking.
This book explains most of what we need to know when dealing with difficult people, because the most difficult people are those mentioned in the title.
After such a huge challenge everyone else is so easy to deal with.

Usefull approach to mental health

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Reviewed: 2019-09-06

I found it very insightful but not very extensive. it was a goid investment though