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Practical and Revealing,
This review is from: Wishcraft : How to Get What You Really Want (Paperback)
As with other reviews I've read, I wish to commend WishCraft for its practical and effective approach to strategy planning and development.
I first read WishCraft in 1990. I was homeless and emotionally destitute, in the worst part of my mid-life crisis, and clutching at straws to find ways to rebuild my life. A friend whose couch I was sleeping on suggested I give it a read, and I did.
I have since rebuilt my life. I have the wife of my dreams, a home overlooking Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong and a brand-new, bright and shining son, all of which I treasure.
This is two "five year plans" down the road, and I still use the book's tools as an outline for planning and shaping my life. It is not the only tool I use, but it is invaluable. It provides a reference for me to determine and adjust my life's goals.
Like any such book, I don't believe you should marry it. It is not a bible. Rather, it is a guidebook, and especially suited for those of us who have not had any training is creating life strategies.
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Initial post: Nov 16, 2010 8:40:06 PM PST
If your story is true how in the world did you not give the book 5 stars?
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 24, 2010 2:23:22 PM PST
Stephen Lang says:
LOL, that was my exact thought. Maybe his 5 star review is saved for the 3 wolf moon t-shirt, which he was wearing while on this tremendous journey.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2012 4:18:01 PM PDT
Musical Mama says:
I guess it has to be a bible or something you'd marry in order to get five stars.
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