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Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life: How to Unlock Your Full Potential for Success and Achievement Perfect Paperback – August 15, 2005
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It is hard to believe some critics of this book have actually read it. Check it out for yourself. I am an avid reader of Brian Tracy and have led seminars myself on many of the subjects he presents. This is clearly one of his best. Here are some facts:
While this book does repeat many of the ideas you will find in his other books, there is excellent new material as well, and in many cases he adds to previous concepts--sometimes short but exciting ideas that offer a potential to help people make dramatic improvements in their lives.
One feature of this book that is not as common in his other works is the reference to numerous studies by universities and other research groups that demonstrate the validity of the concepts presented. It is helpful to know the basis and validity of these ideas.
The chief value of this book when compared to Brian's other books, or to other books in the field, is that it focuses on the key concept for all thinking about successful living and personal achievement--how you think determines everything. Other works focus on goal setting, time management, and other topics in a somewhat isolated way. This work discusses these but in the context of a person's attitude toward them as the key to success. This is a subtle but important concept.
It is unfortunate that some people who have read widely in the field have downgraded this book by giving it a low rating simply because they already know much of the material. On this basis the very best first grade reader would receive one star by a fifth grader because he/she already knew all the words. This is an outstanding book and deserves five stars on the basis of what it is, not put down because somewhere in over thirty volumes written by the author he may have touched on most of the topics found here. (But remember, there is enough new material to make it worth buying even if you have many of his other works.)
Get it. Read it. It will change your life.
Dr. James G. Salmons