First impressions: Tony Robbins

This is a second post about modern self-help guys. I’m fond of works from (chronologically) James Allen, Rudolf Steiner, Norman Vincent Peale, Wayne Dyer and lately Eckhart Tolle.  I’ve read others, philosophers and theologians mainly, but these four are the core I can always go back to, to find answers, or more questions. I guess self-help books […]

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First impressions: Tai Lopez

A funny thing happened. I was discussing Donald Trump one day and the person whom I was talking with said: “Donald Trump must be a very good businessman if his book in on Tai Lopez’s bookshelf”. I said: “I don’t know who Tai Lopez is, and how does any book list define someone’s business skill?”, […]

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