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I Was Blind But Now I See: Time to Be Happy Paperback – September 16, 2011
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About the Author
James Altucher has written seven books, has written articles for every paper and website in the known universe. Has run several businesses. Has ridden the roller coaster of success and failure many times, in money, love, success, career, etc. Now he shares his experiences on how to get it right, unravel the brainwashing, and ultimately succeed and be happy.
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I have always believed that happiness should always be the primary goal and that making a positive impact on the world should be our primary consideration before taking any action. So my beliefs match well with James views as stated in the book.
For the younger generation who seem so disillusioned with society's brainwashing since they know all too well how it failed to make their parents happy, this book is a going in the right direction.
I highly recommend they give this book a read. And for many of the recently unemployed it maybe the answer they're looking for.
I was baffled by the fact that he promised to send readers a free copy of his previous work in the book but when I contacted him that didn't happen. I didn't think an author of his caliber would prank you so that was a blow to his credibility. Regardless of what happened, I'd still recommend this book to people seeking ideas on how to be a survivor in this day and age.
He reminds us what is truly important in life. Spending quality time with loved ones is at the top of the list .
This young writer has been through it all and has gained wisdom through pain
. If you are not satisfied with the stressful life you are leading, this book will help you get in touch with your own spirit and give you the courage to make some positive changes
." I was Blind But Now I See" offers encouragement to think for yourself.
The content is enjoyable and engaging, and at 99 cents it's hard to complain. Still, I'd rather pay $1.99 (or whatever it takes, actually) and see the copy get properly edited. This book is so full of grammatical errors that it makes you feel like you're grading it. Hopefully the author reads these reviews and at least corrects the digital version.