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I Was Blind But Now I See (English Edition) par [Altucher, James]
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We've been brainwashed. We need to acknowledge this. We need to recognize who has been doing the brainwashing and work towards reversing its effects. Then, building from the core, we can learn who we really are, get success, wealth, and finally happiness. This book lays out the techniques to escape the zombie recruitment machine, expanding our personal frontiers, and finding the tools to build up the wealth of happiness inside.

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Ce livre est vraiment intéressant pour ceux qui débute en anglais et pour ceux qui se posent des questions sur la réussite, les vrais objectifs de la vie et la conciliation entre vie professionnelle et vie privée.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Raw but informational 15 juillet 2015
Par Richard D. Bradford - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've never heard of Altucher before this book. I really don't remember how I was lead to this book either. Like other reviews, I felt that 'similar' thought patterns and familiar failures and successes would help me to relate more to the ideas and, dare I say, themes James describes. I feel that the brainwashing that is described here mimics the concepts that Buddhists teach about 'conditioning' of the mind. Otherwise known as 'habits'. I'm a die hard fan of Eckhart Tolle who, in his own right, brought the unfamiliar Eastern Spirituality to the Western-mind in a much clearer and concise way that helps those of us that find our path to this level of understanding to have a healthier mental aspect not just spiritually. (I would recommend Tolle over Altucher initially).

I'm sure that the experience James backs his ideas on are sound, but all too familiar for those of us already past our 40's. I didn't find anything new or worthy of sharing with friends or family or even here on this review. However, I will say, James' dedication to helping others is obvious and commendable.

James, only as another experienced human could tell you, find someone to edit your material. Even if it's copy/paste from a blog or anywhere else, a published book needs to be well edited. I'm only talking about grammar and punctuation. The flow of your material is pretty good and the information is well presented and only once felt a little 'lost'. It comes across as self edited which rarely works well unless you've shelved the book for 6 months first.

Although a bit raw, this was informational, helpful, and hopefully more and more people will start to understand the shift in perception that is needed to make the move from living in hell, to living in peace. Good luck!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 What's a Girl Like Me Doing Reading a Book Like This by a Guy Like James? 30 juin 2012
Par Cassie Piasecki - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I think I first found James on Twitter. Someone probably retweeted him. I clicked onto his blog and instantly fell in love. If you could see a picture of me and a picture of my life, you would DEFINITELY wonder what a girl like me is doing reading a book like this. From the outside looking in, I am an Orange County Housewife who spends her days doing pilates, running along the beach, eating big salads with my friends, getting my nails done, cooking dinner for my husband and playing with my fluffy white dogs before I go to bed. But on the inside, I am a serial entrepreneur, a tech geekette, a voracious reader, a soon to be author, and owner of a small biz. Even deeper, I am a ball of anxiety, I am obsessive and compulsive, I struggle with still finding my passion and raising a teenage daughter in 2012. I don't trust people, am somewhat resentful and oftentimes jealous. And, I totally DIG James!!!
The first post I read was about entrepreneurship and I bookmarked the site looking forward to more inspiration. But what I ended up reading was post after post from James not only about small biz but about struggling with demons, working to be happier, going after what you want and not always following the herd of sheep. James writes from the MOST HONEST place I have ever read on a blog. So may people on social media/blogs try to build themselves up into the Guru of the Month. James is just honest.
I really enjoyed this book as it takes a lot of what he talks about on the blog and expands on it. I'm still not convinced on the whole "not owning a home" and "don't send your kids to college right out of high school" plan. But I am willing to listen. This isn't a self help book but I absolutely will be a better person now that I have read it. Not only to the world but to myself.
James, you rock!
@SmartyCassie
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent outlook for your life 26 mai 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book has a refreshing perspective on many "sacred cows". It's honest, enlightening, and healthy. The author's idea - that we should be able to take every aspect of our lives - remove it from our commonly accepted and taken for granted area of our lives - thoroughly review it from every angle - and then make the decision that it is working or not working for us. It is honest, enabling and at this point in my life, a much needed process. He touches on such subjects as the need for colleges, buying a house, and life in a corporate cubicle. An analogy is that of taking everything out of the house and putting it on the front yard. Then deciding on each and every item before taking it back into your house. The author's point is that just because an outdated belief is promoted or handed down to you years ago, does not entitle it a place in your life.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Belligerent and Riddled With Typos -- I Loved It! 8 août 2012
Par Debra Eve - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I only read a couple of Altucher's blog posts and liked what I saw before I threw 99 cents at this book. I wasn't disappointed.

Altucher's on a soapbox you may or may not agree with, but he'll make you think. He starts with a poignant memory -- Christian and Jewish boys facing off on a playground -- and asks, "why would six-year-olds care enough about something 2000 years old to fight about it? It's because from an early age on, we're brainwashed about almost every single belief we hold dear."

I have to agree with him there, but just as often I didn't buy in. For instance, if you're one of the unlucky dupes stuck in a day job and can't quit this very instant, make yourself competitive by sucking up to your boss, getting to work two hours ahead of him, and giving him credit for all your bright ideas. Is this the 1950s?

Altucher calls attention to his mistakes and makes myriad typos, as others have pointed out: "As I write this I see I misspelled 'guarantee' in the sentence before this one. I'm not even going to correct it. Because in the next version of the American Dictionary they will include 'gurantee' and say as the definition: 'see "guarantee."' Because that's the way I roll."

He also calls BS on the Law of Attraction and personal finance (Rhonda Byrne and Suze Orman fans, don't bother), and tells how to deal with crappy people (some of the best advice I've read).

Why did I love this book? Because it's a slush pile of brain teasers, stunning advice, and passionate polemics that comes across as 100% inspired and genuine. You'll need to sort for yourself.

For someone like me, who's not familiar with Altucher's blog, it's a great way to get up to speed before jumping on the rollercoaster with him.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 A very big blog 28 juillet 2012
Par Ori Albin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is written as a various peaces of blogs items all under the same cover.
I am reading James Altuchers blog from time to time and the book resembles it a lot. I wasn't sure if the peices were taken from the blog itself or written specifically for this book.

In general it seems that the author had has a tough life, going from top to bottom and back. As a meaning from his life he breaks the common american religion of success themes, and finds his rest on the planet.

At some parts of the book he seems pretty mad at life. Mostly on people doing differently from himself. On other parts he seems compelling and loving.

There are very nice ideas in the book that I'll probably take on with me. I mostly liked the part on how to deal with yourself regarding work, and handling the crappy people around.

In general its a nice advice book from a man that seems to have had it all.
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