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The Importance of Command

Gain the Knowledge and Learn How to Apply It Very Well
Narrated by: Pam Rewers
Length: 21 mins
Categories: Business, Career Skills
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When you live without command, your default demeanor is to waste your time. You might gain some knowledge, but you won't apply it very well. You've the potential to live a mighty, self-directed life of your choosing, but until you take command, this potential stays an illusion. With taking command, you not only accept responsibility for your life story, you take total charge of it. You'll have the clarity to distinguish the sort of life story you wish to live, as well as the might to really produce it. Learn more through listening to this book.

©2014 Alex Coffey (P)2014 Alex Coffey

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  • 31-12-17

Command, Might, Reality

Unless Command is applied to Might and Reality, reality does not change.. No authority is greater than you... The compact message. The book is brief. But it seems to me that each idea/synopsis is compact.

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  • 05-08-15

turned off right away by self defeating logic.

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Right away the book starts in that you shouldn't have a god interferes with your freewill... because according to her logic 'no one would give a child a gift of freewill and then punish them for opening it up'.
This is the most self defeating logic EVER... I will 100% guarantee that if this author has kids then she makes rules for them... OHHHH she is sooo oppressive, she gives them the gift of a freewill life, and then she makes them follow rules?? Anyone who does not immediately see her self defeating logic, I cannot help anyway.
If you love bumper sticker logic with no true deep thought this book is for you...