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Welcome and thank you for checking out Organized Mind: How to Think Straight and Make All the Right Decisions in 30 Easy Steps!

No matter how small or big it might be, every single decision you make today will have an impact on your future. Be it financially, socially, emotionally, or even psychologically - small decisions can easily pile up and lead to huge successes or grave failures.

In this audiobook, you will learn 30 steps on how to take control of your mind and push your willpower to the right direction. These steps include methods and strategies on how to improve your motivation, improve your health, strengthen your connections, overcome your fears, and reduce stress.

©2015 Yap Kee Chong (P)2015 Yap Kee Chong

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  • Cynthia
  • 24-06-18

Decision to use this narrator disproves theory

The basic premise has some merit, but the author misses the mark by a long shot, and frankly his decision to use this narrator disproves his own theory that you can always make the right decision using these principles. The narrator's voice is not particularly pleasant to listen to, and he repeatedly uses the wrong intonation (e.g., "why?" is a question, but always sounded like a statement). Also, there are numerous instances of improper grammar. Lastly, as an educator I can tell you that no reasonable process can consist of 30 steps. It is simply impractical! Even 10 steps is a lot, but 30?? Who in the world wants to go through a 30-step process every time you need to make an important decision?

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  • BookLover
  • 18-04-18

Great Reminders

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Yes/No, this was a great refresher, however, did not inspire me to do anything or learn anything new.

If you’ve listened to books by The Blokehead before, how does this one compare?

I have not ready any other books, to my knowledge, by The Blokehead previously

Did Kirk Hanley do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

There are no characters, only a narrator.

Did Organized Mind inspire you to do anything?

No, these are items that I am currently doing. I am very goal oriented and do believe this is one of the reasons for success