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Personal Revolutions: A Short Course in Realness is a book designed to help you look at every level of your life from the inside out. It contains 166 practical ‘Revolutions’ for awareness and nearly 8000 Self-Guidance Questions for you to start building your real life on the realest possible foundation. See olianderson.co.uk/revolutions or the book preview for the full lis ...more
Paperback, 2.0, 504 pages
Published September 29th 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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One of my biggest inspirations in life. My kind of Bible. Keep coming back to the wisdom of the essays from time to time.
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This is a big book about a big issue: how to build your real life based on your real self, instead of listening to the usually wrong and dellusional messages your ego sends you. In this book, Oli Anderson proposes 166 practical ‘Revolutions’ for awareness. After each one of them is philosophically discussed, there is a section of Self-Guidance Questions, aimed to help the readers build their new, more authentic lives.
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Oli Anderson was born in East London in 1982. At this rate, he will probably die sometime around 2050 - 60 (if he's lucky).

He works as a performance coach and service designer, helping individuals and businesses to design themselves around their real human values and to find purpose and community in this cold, empty world.

Oli's real passion is writing and he is an author of transgressive literary
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