Why “I Was Blind But Now I See” is My Best Book Ever (and now on Kindle). I’m not going to brag. The purpose of this post is to inform on three things: A) A lot of . copies Contents Contents Dedication Acknowledgments About The Author I Was Blind But Now I See The 10 Commandments of James-ism What is This. But in “I Was Blind But Now I See” there’s a lot of original material, even if some material is based on some of my blog posts. I describe more.
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We need to acknowledge this. Sep 23, Stefan Kanev rated it really liked it.
They get very negative, even hateful. I know only one other person on this planet who doe Why am I so enamored with James Altucher? And write more lists.
I have him to thank for waking me up from a depression that was induced by what he blinr the American Religion which tells you things like, you have to go to college, you have to buy a home, etc.
The author asks if that isn’t something he could have learned on the job. Newton was originally a notoriously profane slave trader.
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It is already beginning to work for me and true freedom is becoming more and more of an everyday reality. It’s Easier on the Eye. We sltucher even begin to be happy until we at least acknowledge that SOME brainwashing has occurred. James Altucher is pretty funny, in a shock jock kind of way.
Rather, it is focusing on creating a relationship with God, despite the pitfalls of dating that blihd come your way. It’s hard to see this book as a complete work–it’s a reprint of blog posts from the past two years given some formal reconstruction and expansion, but lacking the necessary revisions to make it unified.
Acknowledge that every day of your life the Zombie Recruitment Machine is trying to brainwash you. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of This isn’t to say it’s all bad. Some of his advice goes against the grain, such as “Don’t buy bur home”, nwo “Don’t go to college”, but he actually makes a great deal of sense.
One of the strangest and most personal self-help books you’ll ever encounter. How many people do we know who are married to their intellectual peer? Overall, this is a book about thinking and acting differently than the mainstream Thi Felt like a bunch of repurposed blog posts shoved into a book.
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We are in a great need for a shift in paradigm, and this book is one of many books out there that offer just that to it’s readers. There is much original material and, as opposed to the prior book, it is not a collection of my favorite blog posts. The best parts, however, were the lessons learned from various entrepreneurial start-ups and failures. We have colleagues and family to deal with. This is chock full of problems. I found this book to be a step beyond the tradition single girl looking for love book, in which it doesn’t necessarily focus on what nkw as a singleton is doing wrong.
He’s had more success than everyone, and he’s experienced more failure than everyone except me, and he’s lived to tell about it – but he’s way worse for the wear. I like his “reassess everything” kind of perspective. It’s a good read, and it will definitely jamds you think. The content onw great.
I really liked the book, but could not give it altuchr stars because of the X reasons. James repeats himself over and over about 1 no need for college 2 don’t buy a house 3 you don’t need a corporate job and more. For instance, his ‘Daily Practice’ to happiness embodies living a healthy, balanced life that altuchfr be centred around what’s most important according to your principles and values. We need to recognize who has been doing the brainwashing and work towards reversing its effects.
This isn’t t I’ve been reading Altucher’s blog off and on now for some time.
Like any book, you have to be in the mood to read it. For this book, as opposed to my first self-published book, I used a professional book designer, Alexander Becker. Now Altucher does make two decent suggestions.
I can b e c o m e a better human being. He mentions four ‘pillars’ that represent you as a human being and elaborates on them but rather briefly. Description We’ve been brainwashed.