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The author, a personal trainer and nutritionist, has a tough skin. He writes about the ways he overcame early hardships, but never with a tone of self-pity. In fact, he suffered the most terrible form of death-sentence imaginable and revealed how, in one mental swoop, he changed his death sentence to a life-affirming reality. It is a shame he stopped short of giving tangible steps and realities to this new mental attitude that saved him - it might have helped countless others going through the same thing.
The beauty of this well-written book is the unveiling of fallacies that people live with from young ages. Ethan Holmes shows how well-meaning adults lead children to magical thinking; at the same time, immersing them in the education of bias and harmful judgments that later limits them.
Holmes writes about the beliefs that keep people locked in place - miserable and afraid to change. He shares the two most prevalent blocks to transformation, and he gives the key to freedom and true success. This book is a treasure chest of help - yet the author never once says anyone has to do anything in order to lead the life of their dreams. This is a book steeped in transformation through personal freedom. It is a must-read book.
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To read this book you need: a sense of humour and a few hours free time. It’s an easy read and if you take it in the spirit in which it is written, it will prove to be a good tonic! Thoroughly recommended.