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Inspiration by Wayne W. Dyer
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Sep 17, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: self-improvement, pop-psych

This book is pretty light on substance. It is interesting but falls short of the title's claim. Dyer celebrates of the existence of G_d. However, his eclectic appellation is overshadowed by flashes of self-promotion. Aside from a couple of interesting insights, the book lacks direction and falls short as a "how to" guide. The gist of Dyer's message is to ditch the, "woe is me" attitude and substitute it with the "Woah! it's me" mantra. Its a pretty fluffy book heavy on anecdote - more akin to tossing darts in the dark with the primary advice being to maintain a positive attitude and sense of wonderment while tossing.

Save your cash and check it out from your local library if you are remotely curious how the self-described "best selling author" was and continues to be inspired as he walks the beaches of Hawaii.

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