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Summary

French psychologist Émile Coué was one of the more underappreciated geniuses of 20th century medicine. Almost 100 years ago, Coué's popular self-healing method - which he called autosuggestion - helped cure thousands of people annually. Today, however, few people have ever even heard of him.

This book introduces you to Coué's overlooked formula and will surprise you in the process. If you grasp the simplicity of autosuggestion, you'll be able to use this wonderful tool as you wish - and it should help make your life "better and better". Get your copy now.

©2017 Tim Grimes (P)2017 Tim Grimes

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  • 05-08-17

Ummmmm... Please tell me I downloaded a sample..

Would you try another book from Emile Coue and/or Mark Manning?

Maybe...?

Would you ever listen to anything by Emile Coue again?

If it was more informative, Yes.

What three words best describe Mark Manning’s performance?

Decent, steady...okay

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Not really. It provided a little bit of food-for-thought, at best.

Any additional comments?

The meat of this book could've been covered in an article. I felt like I wasted my time even listening to it, honestly.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful