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Product Details

  • Paperback: 140 pages
  • Publisher: Founderzen (June 27, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0989584992
  • ISBN-13: 978-0989584999
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,002 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Kamal is one of those people whose words are as powerful as his presence. When Kamal speaks, I listen. 
Tim Ferriss, author of #1 New York Times bestseller, The 4-Hour Work Week


Kamal takes the concept of "truth" and slices it into hope and faith and mystery and magic. This book continues to deliver on the promise of his incredible first book. 
James Altucher, author of Wall Street Journal bestseller, Choose Yourself


If you want to be really inspired, then read this book. It will help a lot of people. 
AJ Jacobs, author of New York Times bestseller, The Year of Living Biblically


Poetic, poignant, expansive. This book has both breadth and depth, absorbable in short segments that left me breathless, curious, and more open in the moments after I read his words than before. If you can let his truth in, it can and will illuminate the possibilities of yours.
Gayle Karen Young, Chief Talent and Culture Officer, Wikimedia Foundation

About the Author

I've been fortunate enough to have some amazing experiences in my life so far. I've trekked to one of the highest base camps in the Himalayas, meditated with Tibetan monks in the Dalai Lama’s monastery, earned my US Army Infantry patch, walked 550 miles across Spain, lived in Paris, been the only non-black, non-woman member of the Black Women’s writers’ group, held the hands of dying patients, and worked with some of the best people in Silicon Valley.

But the most transformative experience has been the simple act of discovering and living my truth: loving myself.

More About the Author

I've been fortunate enough to have some amazing experiences in my life so far. I've trekked to one of the highest base camps in the Himalayas, meditated with Tibetan monks in the Dalai Lama's monastery, earned my US Army Infantry patch, walked 550 miles across Spain, lived in Paris, been the only non-black, non-woman member of the Black Women's writers' group, written several bestsellers, held the hands of dying patients, and worked with some of the best people in Silicon Valley.

But the most transformative experience has been the simple act of loving myself.

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I often get asked if I've done anything else related to my books. Sure. Here are some that you might find useful.

Videos:

- A talk I gave called "Love and Entrepreneurship." http://youtu.be/OBrPQTY48_8
- Interview: Living your truth. http://youtu.be/y7umuxkOSsA

Podcasts:

Angel Investing with James Altucher.

http://www.stansberryradio.com/James-Altucher/Latest-Episodes/Episode/634/Ep-28-Kamal-Ravikant-How-to-Become-an-Angel-Investor-with-Only-1000

Blog:

http://www.founderzen.com



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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jodi on July 10, 2013
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I am currently going through a divorce and in this process it makes you question everything about yourself. This book was the medicine I needed, the pages that made me not feel alone and more alive.

This book exudes love. The author takes a big leap forward from his last amazing book. I applaud him for laying it out there at the risk of what other people may say. By doing that, it reminded me everyone fears being their true authentic self. However, when you take that jump, the world that opens up to you is endless. In the beginning it made me cry and in the end it made me cry again, but they were tears of happiness. Tears of relating to every word. If there is one thing that stood out to me it is that you begin to realize how little you really need and how the only thing we need to be in charge of carrying is our thoughts.

It made me wonder if I can sit in silence in the middle of nowhere and find myself. I really do not know... The one thing I can say is, this book has sure inspired me to find out!

Thank you for writing this book!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Linda N. Walker on September 17, 2013
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Four weeks ago, I was in search of an insightful and inspiring book to help lift me out of a debilitating rut. At that point, no amount of self-assessment (of personality, communication, learning, working, cognitive processing, and creative expression styles), values & beliefs affirmation, engagement of my imagination, or confrontation & rejection of accumulated shame and fears had managed to uncover or re-enliven my sense of the real me. I wasn't depressed, nor lacking in optimism or the "nerve" to restructure and start over after a series of painful personal, occupational, and financial collapses. Yet I remained hamstrung to direct or execute my overhaul by my inability to locate the virtue & energy at my core--to tap into the person who long ago used to have passions, interact eagerly, unguardedly, and delightedly with others, and feel she played a role in the greater scheme of things and made a difference.

I don't remember how I came across Live Your Truth, or what about the book struck me as potentially helpful to my plight. But I decided to borrow it from the kindle library, I read it over the course of two afternoons, and it transformed me.

The author's deeply personal accounts and insights, conveyed with a peaceful and uncomplicated wisdom, permeated me palpably: I wasn't reading someone's story or advice or lesson...I was feeling. For the first time in months of self-exploration, I was actually appreciating--in the largest sense of that word--the value and significance of all I'd gone through and the re-emergence of my soul, as an almost transcendental extension of the sense of appreciation described by the author so vibrantly, yet modestly, vulnerably.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By mrblackcard on July 9, 2013
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Having just come off of reading Kamal's first book, Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on it, I was expecting another earth shattering, paradigm-shifting experience. Instead what I got was a book that read more like a collection of blog posts and didn't seem to come full circle with the title.

Perhaps it was the experience of loving his other book so much more that made this pale in comparison, but I was expecting a more solid and direct message instead of the free-thought-associative type prose that this book explores so often. I hate to be a detractor but I couldn't shake the feeling that I was waiting for the preface to end and the book to begin.

Bottom line, this book is not a manual or a guide, but rather a collection of observations and ideas about how to increase your quality of life. Either way, give it a read for yourself - because it's still miles above the noise that fills this genre.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Claudia Azula Altucher on July 3, 2013
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Kamal's first book came to me at exactly the time I needed it. Now a best seller, "Love Yourself Life Like Your Life Depends On It", reminded me of the most important truth: that healing and growth can't happen if I don't start at the beginning, with loving myself. "Live your Truth" is an invitation to go deeper, and one that I am happy to accept.

The book starts with the author taking us with him to a retreat in Southern California were he plans to spend some time alone, meditating, away from electronics, and reflecting. Already I can relate. He then offers brief chapters with insights he gets, like: "What is the point of it all? You are", or "Peace is knowing that the maze the mind plays is not the truth".

Along side his reflections there are stories he has drawn from the world. For example, when he says he read "Power of Now" and could not finish it, but he was startled by the first page, where Tolle, as he was having a breakdown, heard a voice telling him: "resist nothing". It reminds me of the areas in my own life where I resist.

There is a twist at the end where he realizes the reason why he went to the monastery and why he leaves. He does exactly as the books suggests, instead of following preconceived rules (like: you must stay for the whole duration of a retreat) he "lives his truth", and does what comes naturally, in a life affirming way and in his own terms. Another invitation I am willing to take.

I am ready to disconnect and take some time in silence. Reading the book makes me notice how much I miss it.

This is what Kamal says happens when you do that, when you disconnect (and I put ellipses in the middle as not to reveal it all): "At first nothing.... Three days in you notice ... that's when you start to hear yourself, a yourself you didn't even know could speak"

I ache for that silence, and to hear the Self.
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