Without a million dollar publicity campaign, this little book, which only inspires us to ask ourselves three questions, has spread around the world via the best advertising machine that exists: word of mouth. That grass roots promotion has propelled this little book into the ranks of one of the fastest-selling...
A cosmic guidebook for living.
...the little self-help book that could:Word of mouth largely has produced sales in more than 40 nations.
After 21 mornings of stream of conscious typing, the small, white cafe he (Strelecky) had envisioned in his mind was open for business. John P. Strelecky s little guidebook poses a profound question to readers: Why am I here? --Orlando Sentinel
This book is really enlightening...makes you think about where you are at and where you want to be.
You'll find it hard to put down and short enough so that even the busiest person can make the time to read this great life-changing book.
"My friend lent me your book "The Why Cafe" and I actually read it out loud (haven't done that in years) to my husband and daughter.
Had gotten this from a friend and now ordered two to give as presents. Great for persons in the midst of their life to re-think and re-evaluate. Very interesting little book.Published 3 months ago by Omarose
If you need to be walked through your existential crisis, get this book. The book gets its point across and its good for pondering, but as a story, it is awful. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amy Schaeffer
I only wish I had read it twenty years earlier. It was recommended by a friend
And I have since reccomended it to several of my friends.
Strelecky's own journey is well reflected in a book that ask more questions than offers answers. "The Why Cafe" personalizes individual purpose and takes the reader through... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pat Broeschen
This book was very much like The Secret, though I do appreciate that it was written as a story rather than a lecture. And I would probably give it 2. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Crystal S.