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5.0 out of 5 stars A truly interactive instructional, August 8, 2008
This review is from: Be Who You Want, Have What You Want: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life (Paperback)
It takes more than sheer will power to change a life, alter a life style, deal with life issues. It takes an understanding of the underlying principles of human behavior, the conditions necessitated to successfully dealing with obstacles to desired change, and a practical guide to what is possible with respect to personal self-improvement, self-help goals. "Be Who You Want, Have What You Want" by Chris Prentiss (co-founder and co-director of the Passages Addiction Cure Center, in Malibu, California) is just such a manual of step-by-step procedures for accomplishing significant and enduring personal changes, the attainment of goals and desires, the overcoming of negativity and emotional obstacles to success (including letting go of the past), and the instilling of daily life with peace of mind, enthusiasm for, and the joy of, oneself and the surrounding world. "Be Who You Want, Have What You Want" is a deftly written and superbly presented 288-page compendium of insightful advice and practical assistance also includes work spaces and exercises that make it a truly interactive instructional that can be confidently recommended to non-specialist general readers seeking to improve themselves and their circumstances.
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Initial post: Jul 24, 2010 9:56:39 AM PDT
Sounds like an excellent book. I am looking at self-help books because we are in the midst of producing our first feature (an independent, new age/self-help film) with Andy Feld, who wrote a couple of theses types of books. For my partner and me at Avenstar Productions, we are looking at more than scratching the surface and hope not to resent generalities but specifics. Part of our approach has been to re-enact true stories from individuals whose lives have been changed - each from different walks of life, each on their own unique and personal journey. Religion is such a hot topic and we make a point of saying that any religion has value if it brings you peace. The important thing is not to bash others while you have faith in yours. If anyone wants to see a trailer of our film, Shamshara... check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4XL73F7GZI A book is in the works too. I love reading comments like yours, because it helps direct me to show unexplored themes or at least present themes in a new and different way.
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