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What you are today is not important...for in this  runaway bestseller you will learn how to change  your life by applying the secrets you are about to  discover in the ancient scrolls.From the Paperback edition.
Published: Random House Publishing Group an imprint of Random House Publishing Group on Mar 30, 2011
ISBN: 9780307790972
List price: $7.99
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Trite and inconsistent self-help maxims couched as deep religious wisdom.read more
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It is abook that gives easy matra to repeat for thirty days. According to the author if you do these matra for thirty days each your life will be changed. I have not had the discipline to do that so I am not sure if it would work.read more
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Offers ten principles for sales, salesmanship, and personal growth, through the story of Hafid, a young camel boy who is offered the keys to success after giving away a valuable cloak to the infant Jesus.read more
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Trite and inconsistent self-help maxims couched as deep religious wisdom.
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It is abook that gives easy matra to repeat for thirty days. According to the author if you do these matra for thirty days each your life will be changed. I have not had the discipline to do that so I am not sure if it would work.
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Offers ten principles for sales, salesmanship, and personal growth, through the story of Hafid, a young camel boy who is offered the keys to success after giving away a valuable cloak to the infant Jesus.
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This venerated story just didn't work for me. The concept is good, but I don't like the way it was approached. Leveraging the Christmas story and Paul declared a brazen hubris not backed by the merit of the message. I also found the word choice overly descriptive. Every noun gets its own adjective, e.g. "Beyond the long row of silent tents, strands of thick hemp curled around four ancient olive trees." Moving from this cadence into the main inspirations made them seem more hypnotic than inspiring. There are plenty of useful meditations about persistence and positivity, but they weren't delivered in a way the resonates with me.
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It is an inspirational book! I am looking forward to reading all his books.
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