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Once again, a title that hides its "spiritual" side. By spiritual it actually means quotes from the bible that to a practicing synic / agnostic find uncomfortable.
For those that are happy with the whole jesus / bible thing...you will love it.
This book seems to be the Anthony Robbins of the Christian self-help books.
I can see how it will be great for those who believe, for those who dont, you'll end up having to mentally ignore the lines such as: "as Luke says in verse blah blah..."
Not for me
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I have a large collection of self improvement programs and must say, The Power of Decision has been (still is) the most effective. People like me (chronic procrastinator, indecisive) have always found making decisions quite stressful due to fear of making the wrong one. But, this book helped me realise that deciding on acting or not acting is still a decision. So in order to move forward in life you still have to decide.
I specially loved the affirmations in each chapter, and listen to it regularly. I learned to believe in my decisions and stick by them, if it (decision) doesn't work, i don't get upset, i just see it as feed back and try a different approach, but still believing that i would succeed. That is believing in my decision! Which has helped improve my relationships both at work and at home.
I listened to this book in one setting because I couldn't put it down. Can't wait to put into action what I learned!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I read the original book, and the narrator, totally ruins it, he sucks, I don't like hearing forewords, prefaces, and introductions, by people,, who totally destroy and manipulate the original text and ruins it,
What didn’t you like about Sean Pratt’s performance?
He is garbage, and I hate with extra altered text is added to books, if you would change Shakespeare, why ruin another authors work?
Do you think The Power of Decision needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Yes they need to get back to the basics, and drop this garbage
3 of 4 people found this review helpful