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Imagine if there was a map that showed you how to get from where you are now to the most brilliant, rich, fulfilling, and dazzling life you could ever dream of having. Imagine that this map showed you every step of the journey to that life; realizing your greatest dream, how to get over any obstacle, how to overcome challenges, defy the odds, and where to find every powerful ability and quality you need to be victorious on your journey.
Hero is such a map. This is the map for your life - this is the map to greatness.
This is the fourth instalment of the popular Secret franchise. I love the first 3 and read quite often but with this one I found a very hard read and actually put me to sleep after reading just one page. The rest I can do in 2 days but this took close to a month it just did not compel me enough.
I actually found if anything it contradicted itself. The first couple of books Rhonda Byrne talks about her struggles before finding the secret and how when filming everything fell into place because it was meant to be. The universe opened doors that were usually closed to her. In this book she talks about her struggles and how she was on the corner of losing everything and nobody wanted to touch it - hardly the universe opening doors. Close to the end she had nothing what so ever and had to have other executives pay her bills and a lot of her crew went without pay.
Its not the same method that is used in other books, instead twelve successful people who all basically had nothing end up telling there stories and end up conquering the world. It talks about their struggles and how doors keep shutting for them but they persevered and go a different direction and succeed. Not really the law of attraction, more if 'you want something hard enough go out and get it'.
Was not as inspirational as I would of liked. Don't get me wrong, there is some valuable information that can be picked up, like if there is a will there is a way but hey everyone knows that. Just kinda doesn't feel like gratitude brings you much and the universe is not providing - you are.
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