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Detox Your Ego

7 Easy Steps to Achieving Freedom, Happiness and Success in Your Life
Lu par : Des Yankson
Durée : 8 h et 27 min
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What stops you from winning and performing at your best? Your ego. Your ego ensures you get in the way of yourself when you're doing something important: whether you're preparing for school exams, taking your driving test, playing a sport, speaking in public or making a business presentation. Whatever you do, your ego is sure to interfere with your performance. We all have egos: it's our natural defence system which is triggered when we experience strong emotions, such as anxiety and fear.

Steven Sylvester's inspiring and groundbreaking approach focuses on a brand new approach to winning. He believes the pursuit of winning, like smoking, should come with a government health warning - it can seriously damage your health.

This is a journey of self-discovery, a process that enables you to build self-esteem and have a higher degree of freedom when performing. In Detox Your Ego, Sylvester shares for the very first time the seven easy steps to be freer, happier and more successful in your life.

©2016 Steven Sylvester (P)2016 Headline Digital

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A few messages are really valuable and important, but they are unfortunately lost in a lot of details and unnecessary stories the listener cannot relate to

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  • R.L.
  • 06/06/2018

great book by a psychologist

the narrator has beautiful English. I love the points that the author brought out about the ego. he explains the reason for unhappiness clearly, which motivates me to follow the steps to happiness and peace in this life. in chapter 14, I saw clearly where my unhappiness began, and at the same time gave me hope and direction to a happier future. thank you for this great book.

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  • joshua eli scuteri
  • 21/04/2020

What?

It's more of an autobiographical take on one athlete's approach to cricket than any sort of insightful psychological perspective of ego. For instance a chapter titled "Dealing with Adversity" walks us through how the author faced adversity in a cricket match, and ends with asking "how do you deal with adversity?" This is junior high school level self- help. Rubbish.

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  • Sanjeev Anand
  • 25/09/2019

Pedestrian

Struggled to finish it. Lost interest in first few chapters. Narrator was flat. Struggled to keep myself awake.

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  • Michel
  • 28/02/2017

Repetitive

Good advise however could be said in a shorter matter. Narrator is monotone during the hole book.

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  • Claudia Dalchow
  • 27/04/2018

Too repetitive

Some good ideas, but it could have been half as long if one were to cut out all the word-for-word repetitions.