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on October 25, 2012
There is a part of me that really likes Jaworski's Synchronicity. The part of me that believes in wizards, unicorns, and fairy tales really loved the book. It is a compelling story about a guy that made a lot of money being self-centered in his early life. In his later life, he turned his self-centeredness toward a more noble occupation of leadership development. A real hero's quest. In fact, Jaworski isn't shy about calling himself the hero.

There is also a part of me that hates the book. It is so hypocritical -- it is easy to preach "don't work for the money" when you've lived a very privileged life and have stacks of money in the bank. It is easy to preach the need for a "wilderness retreat" when you have a privately-owned retreat complete with a cabin in Colorado. It is easy to preach about integrity to your life purpose, but apparently hard for Jaworski not to cheat on his first wife.

When both the good and bad aspects are summed up, I think this could be an important book. Certainly, the message is a good message, and Jaworski does a pretty good job of delivering the message. However, I don't think I can buy off on the idea that Jaworski is the divinely-inspired prophet that he makes himself out to be. In the final analysis, the book was thought provoking and an enjoyable read.
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on January 12, 2018
Not 100% clear about the thesis of the book. It's more of an autobiography and a description of events than anything else. If you want to learn about Joe, then it's all here. Written well and not boring. After reading it I'm taking a second look into qigong.
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on September 26, 2017
Absolutely enjoyed reading this. Honestly, exceeded my expectations. Listen to him on YouTube.
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on April 4, 2017
This was an excellent read. It had me in tears as it really spoke to my heart. God began to use the content of this book to truly minister to me. It is thought provoking and pushes it read to soul search. EXCELLENT Book!!!👍🏽👍🏽
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on March 14, 2016
This is such a great book, even though it's old. The message is timely, and relevant to today. It needs to be read and discussed in 8th grade, 12th grade, 1st year college, senior grade college, freshman graduate school, completion of graduate school and early career launch and mid-career burnout.
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on December 9, 2012
This is Joseph Jaworski's spiritual journey from high powered corporate attorney and big business to enlightenment via a series of supposed coincidences. I have a lot of respect for what he has accomplished.
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on February 13, 2018
Deep questions and original storytelling. Makes you think a LOT about your approach to life and what is important \central
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on February 4, 2016
A fantastic book in all aspects. I enjoyed tremendously following the life of this remarkable man.
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on September 4, 2015
Powerful book! Great read.
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on May 30, 2015
Awesome book...This is a great read.
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