Real people, real transformations
"Absolutely amazing! It completely shifts your paradigm for life. One of the most wonderful things about it is that the results are immediate. My whole perception and relationship to money has undergone a major, substantial change." (Chris Attwood, writer and teacher, California)
"I've spent most of my life trying to figure out what's true and what's real. I have to say I now have a clear glimpse into what it really is." (Tom Hill, Colorado)
"Before Busting Loose from the Money Game, I was very unhappy and frustrated in my life. I was driven to find more ways to make money. I changed jobs, cities, countries, went back to school, read books. Financially, the stress was causing anxiety attacks and migraines so severe I stayed in bed. The joy I feel now is priceless. Money is there when I need it, in the amount that's needed, no matter what occurs (car repairs, unplanned trips, etc.). It's absolutely amazing!" (Suresh Thakoor, Texas)
"As a retired professor on a fixed and limited income, I always lived from a tight budget and felt compressed by it - especially at the end of the year. I don't use a budget anymore and have opened up new streams of income that were always closed to me in the past." (Howard Rovics, Connecticut)
"It opened a whole new dimension for me and shifted my perspective on life completely. I especially love how practical it is. The application is so simple, so effective...and fun!" (Doris Kahle, Hagen, Germany)
"I'd had a lot of success in the corporate arena, made a ridiculous amount of money and lost a ridiculous amount of money. But I was caught in a cycle of making it, losing it. I needed to break that cycle - for myself and my family - and this gave me the keys to do that. Busting Loose from the Money Game opened a window I had no clue even existed. This is very cutting-edge, a revolutionary approach to unwrapping yourself from limitations. If you're not satisfied with where you are financially and you're concerned about your future, get this book!" (Ben Coleman, Texas)
©2006 Robert Scheinfeld (P)2012 Robert Scheinfeld
Yes, the second time has allowed me to digest more, the first time posts a lot of questions that may distract from the content. The second time you know what's coming and will help digest the information further.
The Secret, What the bleep do we know
Follow your excitment
This book introduced concepts that at first were a shock to my system and hard to accept. I would consider myself an open minded person and still this book managed to post lots of questions in my mind. In the end I was very happy to have finished this book as it's broaden my mind to new concepts and I now regularly use the ideas and concepts of this book.
It's not for the faint hearted and would require perseverance to reap the rewards.
"Total BS - You gotta be kidding!"
Go ahead, write a check for $2500, and not have the money in your account! The book in to sell you his course. So he is getting people give him abundance! This book was a waste of time!
"Looking for unsubstantiated pseudoscience?"
Like all quasi-religious pseudoscience, this book has just enough of a kernel of scientifically backed information to fool the reader into thinking that the author's claims are grounded in reality. If you're interested in joining a cult, then this may be the book for you, you magnificent creation. Otherwise, skip this mumbo jumbo in favor of something that actually contains relevant useful information.
"Jawdropper, so BRILLIANT!"
If you want to grow, learn new things, make your life matter - and - make money, just listen to this book, or read it. Or both! I just listened to it. I'll do it again. And I'm buying a paperback copy of the book today :)
I love that there are actual steps to take to learn, grow and have a breakthrough. I love this book!
Be grateful for all the things we create in our lives.
Don't miss this book!
The fundamental premise - that all "reality" is a human construct - is bizarre to say the least. After 35 years as a clinical psychologist; after studying many and mastering one treatment modality, I have developed a fairly keen nose for nonsense.This nonsense - presented, by a master salesman - is apparently a final theory of everything. In order for the arcane, flowery theoretical structure to have any usefulness at all, however, the student must first accept that "nothing is real." Oh really? Then the physicists who Scheinfeld cites (with marginal accuracy) are not real and their scientific theories and supportive evidence are not real....and the rattlesnake that nearly killed a dear friend is not real.Pablum!
He tries to build a scientific foundation for his approach and fails miserably. But he sells it with acumen and verve.
Energy....and the book needs it.
"Basic newage BS like the Secret."
Just another money grab which I really should have realized from the title. Its basically just the Secret with a bit of Star Trek metaphors thrown in. Unless you are studying con artistry save yourself some time and by something real.
This was an excellent rendition that takes on the spiritual element of finance. It's not quite what I expected at first but broke through my perceptions and previous understanding of the money game. I am not only motivated after reading this book, I have gained valuable knowledge and tools to impact my life the way God intended me to. If you think your life can and should be better and don't buy in easily to self help garbage, this one is for you!
"Couldn't even finish the audiobook"
This should have been billed as a science fiction book, not self-help or money management. What a crock of nonsense...
If he started out the book saying it was complete nonsense and an utter fabrication of fictional craziness, I might have enjoyed it.
The narrator was fine - hard to believe he got through it without laughing though.
All of them
I've listened to a lot of self-improvement books, but this one was by far the worst pile of junk I've ever heard. I tried so hard to get through it, but by Chapter 8, it was so outlandish and insane, I just couldn't keep going. The good news is, in my high-def, full-immersion hologram life, I broke the CDs in half and tossed them out the car window...
"An Odd Book"
No, the author rambles and takes most of the book to make a point that could have been made in the second chapter.
Not necessarily, but wish I had not ordered this one. The title is misleading, very misleading.
He could have put his main thought into a pamphlet, and called it good.
"thought provoking, mind blowing"
loved it... challenges you to think about what you think about. this isn't just about money. it's about really living.
"the book itself lacks specifics"
the book itself lacks specifics. it misses the part about how to create money. instead teaches you how to uncreate it.
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