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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Secondary to his ideas for wellness are his stories and his rants, which are way more fun, and the only reason this review gives two stars and not one star. Like any book, you have to be in the mood to read it.
This isn’t exactly mind-blowing information. On the topic of “crappy people”, I’ve taken some immediate steps that have happily reduced my exposure to negativity I learned this while watching my wife deal with her Lyme Disease. The content is great. He’s not living in a rarified atmosphere, oblivious to the real world, he is not insulated from pain, and moreover he exposes that pain so it ii more banalized, because he makes it appear smaller than what we imagine it to be, he takes it out and examines it from every angle, and then he says, you know what?
Click the above link to see why and how. So the secret to being happy is to wake up early, don’t hang around “crappy people,” and just be happy.
Open Preview See a Problem? Well, not nearly all the dreadful blind dates, but the years of singleness. It is a series of his blog posts on many different life subjects, such as whether to own a house or rent his take: He will challenge many things you hold dear, your life philosophies, the way you were programmed since childhood, your values and the entire system of values that you know and that is part of your existence as the human you know yourself to be.
It’s a good read, and it will definitely make you think. This book is a very long “rant” with no real support to stand on. You should self-publish also. The second half of the book is designed to give the reader practical advice. He’s not profane or anything, he just likes to slay unlikely sacred cows, and that makes him interesting to read.
In other words, he made it a book, something I neglected to do with my first self-published book. James Altucher is a writer, successful entrepreneur, chess master, and investor.
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We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. I describe more, below, what some of the original material is. I, for one, wouldn’t want to be admitted to a hospital only to find my life depends on a doctor who is getting on-the-job training, but has been too busy thus far to study any medical texts — doctors don’t have loads of free time when at the hospital.
Felt like a bunch of repurposed blog posts shoved into a book. While this might typically be labeled “self-help” Altucher himself states that it is not meant to be so. This book is ok to read alongside another one or if you’re bored on a flight.
I had to put it down and I may or may not ever come back to this one. 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. We need to acknowledge this. With fear comes stress, and stress leads to sickness, inertia, and blihd of the other things that slows down our happiness. The author fails to mention that the President is in charge of the managing the entire federal bureaucracy and appoints his own cabinet, which is then approved by Congress.
Books by James Altucher. I also appreciate his chapter on obstacles Another great James Altucher book! I can strive to become one every single day. Luckily, his method of dealing with them and mine are the same so I didn’t learn a lot there.
I Was Blind But Now I See : Time to Be Happy
The three goals in life: Book ratings by Goodreads. Serendicritique [Book Design] by: Add to Collection Copy link. If you’re troubled jamea being overly compassionate to people who suck or if you are over involved with a lot of current issues, this book might help you. This book lays out the jzmes to escape the zombie recruitment machine, expanding our personal frontiers, and finding the tools to build up the wealth of happiness inside.
Then, when surviving a particularly vicious storm he denounced slavery and became a strong spiritualist.
Why “I Was Blind But Now I See” is My Best Book Ever (and now on Kindle)
Why am I so enamored with James Altucher? The contents are more scattered than that. Credits Alexander Becker Berlin, Germany. Don’t go to college. Anyone who owns a business will appreciat Warning: I’d highly recommend pairing this book with Sam Harris’ short essay on Lying. Thi Felt like a bunch of repurposed blog posts shoved into a book. This is chock full of problems. The editing was a bit rough, but the price was right.
I’m a huge fan of Altucher’s blog and while he makes it clear that the book is merely a collection of blog posts, it flows smooth enough and has his classic whit and humor. I can b e c o m e a better human being. Layout and typesetting, as well as some behind-the-scenes work from yours truly.