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Outwitting the Devil: The Secret to Freedom and Success Capa comum – 14 abril 2020
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Sharon L. Lechter is co-author of the #1 New York Times and international bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad and 15 other books in the Rich Dad series of books. More than 27 million books in the series have been sold in over 50 languages and 100 countries. Sharon now works with the Napoleon Hill Foundation to expand Napoleon Hill's principles around the globe. In January 2008, President Bush appointed Sharon to the President's Advisory Council on Financial Literacy. She serves on the National Boards of Childhelp and Women Presidents' Organization and speaks internationally as an advocate for financial literacy.
Focused solely on helping people from all walks of life reshape their vision of what's possible, no one is better respected in the area of human potential than Mark Victor Hansen. Creating powerful change in thousands of organizations and millions of individuals worldwide for over 30 years, Mark delivers proven messages of possibility, opportunity and action. "You can easily create the life you deserve." -Mark Victor Hansen
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- Editora : Sound Wisdom; Annotated edição (14 abril 2020)
- Idioma : Inglês
- Capa comum : 288 páginas
- ISBN-10 : 1640951830
- ISBN-13 : 978-1640951839
- Dimensões : 13.97 x 1.65 x 21.59 cm
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 83,348 em Livros (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Livros)
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Don't be a spectator of life, be a participant!
The book focuses on Hill's imagined conversation with the devil. Written whilst the author was alive, it was not published at the time for fear it would cause too much offence!
Get the book, read it!
Keep in mind, Hill was commissioned by Andrew Carnegie to interview 500 of America's most successful and wrote his other and now very famous and renowned book based on those interviews.
Also, I recommend the Conversations With God series by Neale Donald Walsch. They are the same format as this book, but the imagined conversations are between the author and his idea of what a god is and how that god would respond to the author's questions. Beware, the Conversations With God series are in general critical of religious theologies!
My other recommend reading -
TNT: The Power Within
Grow Rich While You Sleep
The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind
This book raises those detriments and how we can become slaves to the habits which it imposes. The delivery however of the 'conversation' is made playful to the point where it's silly - enough to repel. What's more, the sillyness is repeated over and over and over, arguably to drive the message home. There's a lot of filler with him and The Devil having silly exchanges before they get down to the actual question. A large part of the book featured these. it's as annoying as Holden in Catcher in the Rye repeating 'That killed me'.
To anyone versed in theology or psychology, this book presents nothing new. Ultimately, it details the habits of the destructive ego and explains the best course of practice to break free from indoctrination and bad paradigms brought about by them.
Since this will be a revelation to some, I'm giving this a 3 star since the knowledge of the 'The Devil' in us is very valuable.
The style is quite easy to read, and is intriguing. It's broken up well, so you can read little parts here and there when you have time, without disrupting the flow too much.
It's perhaps slightly repetitive, and could have been made a little more concise, but it's well worth a read. Hill covers some topics in this book, such as Hypnotic Rhythm, that I haven't seen him cover elsewhere, at least not using the same language.
The main message of the book is that drifting, without definiteness of purpose, will have you claimed by the devil!
Written in the style of a conversation between a man and the devil the story unfolds in intricate detail about how “the devil” stops us all from achieving our wants and desires. The book goes into great detail to explain how we get derailed and as well as that how to get back on track.
I’d recommend buying two copies and a notebook. One copy to make margin notes in and a spare to give to a friend. The notebook for all the additional notes you’ll want to take from it.
Has it changed my life? Absolutely. Few books have had an impact on me like this has. I’ve developed a “definiteness of purpose” mindset thanks to this book.
To get a taste of tbe book check out the YouTube version which has it narrated by two people. You’ll get a good feel for the book and its style from that.
I’d rate this ten out of ten. One of the best books I’ve read.