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Bryan C Schaeffer

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Helpful approach

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Reviewed: 06-04-19

Good size book with a lot of great information for day traders. I really enjoyed this book and the prior one that David Reese. He really know his stuff. Seems like a pretty complete guide for someone who wants to go from A to Z. Many trading strategies with examples. Really give confidence for trading.

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a very informative topic from this book

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Reviewed: 06-04-19

It is an improvement cycle that is built around data, and when implemented in your business, it will help you identify the inefficiencies that cause defects in output and learn how to get rid of them.

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I found this book particularly helpful.

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Reviewed: 06-04-19

I found this book particularly helpful. I am a special education teacher. I deal with students that have anxiety and behavioral issues. I found this book had many helpful steps I could take in which to help my students understand why they are having their thoughts and behaviors and alo different approaches on how to deal with them.

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Great book, great content

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Reviewed: 06-04-19

Great book, great content! It was very thoughtful of the writer to write this book and consider both those who have little capital and those who have much. The author was able to give advice on what the listener can do with a little amount of money and a huge amount of money. It is a wonderful book, very interesting!

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Great inspiring audio book

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Reviewed: 06-04-19

Very inspiring and insightful book. Helps to teach you to look at things from a different perspective.

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Manipulating at its finest

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Reviewed: 04-04-19

Mastering these control strategies may take dedication and time in any case I'll surrender whatever it may take. I understood that it's so basic, but then so few of us truly see how to do it. This eBook has lessons that merit reading, contemplating on and remembering.

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A precious book

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Reviewed: 04-04-19

This is a precious book even so many years after it had been published ,and it could be required reading, as it can be of assistance in everyday life; it provides one with a much improved understanding of oneself and others -- and it is not just pop psychology.

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Useful audio book

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Reviewed: 04-04-19

Basically, I liked this good book because it describes the attributes and benefits of having people skills. It could have said what it needed to say in less words but that's the only down side to it.

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Basic learning audio book

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Reviewed: 04-04-19

If you are like me and have little to no stock market experience at all, this book is right for you. The author’s honesty is essential for someone just learning the ropes in such a complex field. In the book, they emphasize the instability of the market. I thought that was useful because it is easy to think some people have the secrets and others don’t. That might be the case sometimes, but this book makes it clear that with a little basic know-how you might be able to profit from investments in the stock market, even if it doesn’t work every time.

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Step by Step Guide

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Reviewed: 01-04-19

Good insight into who we are as human beings and how we operate and the context of our emotional lives at different stages. I appreciate Alex C. Wolf thorough research citing and input from other sources. I feel like I finally read the book that people have been talking about for years and think we should all listen it. We pay dearly when we push aside our emotional realities under the guise of it being "touchy feel" instead of indicators of what thoughts we are attached to that are creating our reality.

11 people found this helpful