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Very informative

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Reviewed: 25-10-19

This book is informative despite having listened to other books on the topic. Recommended for all listeners.

Valuable nuggets on info

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Reviewed: 13-08-19

Interesting and valuable information for all professionals and individuals. Management is not leadership and this book clearly states what the latter entails.

Excellent and free

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Reviewed: 05-03-19

Very well put together, interesting and inspiring. Keen to hear more from these audible series.

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Efficient list of habits to establish

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Reviewed: 01-02-19

I have learnt a lot about developing positive habits over the last year and read and listened to several books on the topic. This book was still worth a listen to see which habits can be added and implemented or improved upon. Unlike other books that pad out content, this book gets to the point and doesn't waste our time, as such practicing what it preaches. Recommended for a short listen and re-listen.

Plenty to learn

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Reviewed: 12-10-18

Having listened to many personal development books and some on brain activity and how to influence your thoughts and your brain activity, I would say this book brings all of this together. I really liked the science behind the activities and learning more about how the brain works. You can really stand back and consider your thoughts and processes and ultimately how to address your actions and achievement of goals.i have not done any of the innercises as yet, but I plan to re-listen and go into the detail to apply some of the practices. I have done so in other areas of my life already, changing perspective, building habits and so on, so I am convinced this method will work. Definitely recommend this book if these topics interest you. My only hesitation now is that the author is also involved in 'the secret' film/book which is way more gimmicky and superficial. Hence I have some scepticism of this method, but I'm willing to try and re-listen to see if this more substantive book and approach yields benefits.

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6 chapters in, very informative

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Reviewed: 02-10-18

The science of anxiety and the brain win respect to anxiety. Veryinformative. Recommended. Keen to hear more.

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Useful info and well worth a listen

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Reviewed: 01-10-18

I've listened to a lot of personal dev books and similar advice books but this book still added something useful. of course specific to the problem of difficult people but also questioning ones own communication and in general to think more about how one reacts and approaches certain situations. I would highly recommend this book and would interested to know of more on this topic.

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Very good if you're new to personal development

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Reviewed: 04-09-18

I was skeptical to buy this audio book and was ready to return it, however I have listened to it all and have to say its written and narrated very well. The style is very amusing, the style of writing is down to earth and witty and Rob understands that the narrator makes a huge difference - this book is narrated excellently. I found the points raised in the book to be far better in the first half. If you have read or listened to Brian Tracy or similar books, you may not find anything new here, but a good reminder. The main take away for me was aggressive time management, outsourcing of anything that is more expensive in terms of time performing myself than getting someone else to do it. I have a cleaner which is worth every penny, but there are other aspects which one can cut lost time but getting appropriate help or re-organising. This I feel I could improve some parts of my life and hope to put that into practise.

Find the Pooh in you

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Reviewed: 03-02-18

I have been reading Winne the Pooh to my daughter while also reading a lot of self development and philosophy books for myself lately. I could see the themes coming up in Winnie the Pooh and my daughter loves the stories - how happy Pooh is, how grumpy Eeyore is and angry Rabbit is and so on. This is a fantastic book to explain to us adults why we should be more like Pooh. Enjoy the simple things in life and you will love life like Pooh bear.

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Exaggerated but a solid truth

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Reviewed: 23-01-18

a lot of what is said in this book makes sense. However some of the examples are too simplified and exagerated which decreases the value of the book. I will re-listen to this to fully take in the information.