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The Courage to Be Disliked

How to Free Yourself, Change Your Life, and Achieve Real Happiness
Durée : 6 h et 29 min
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 notations)
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The Courage to Be Disliked, already an enormous best seller in Asia with more than 3.5 million copies sold, demonstrates how to unlock the power within yourself to be the person you truly want to be.

Using the theories of Alfred Adler, one of the three giants of 20th-century psychology, The Courage to Be Disliked follows an illuminating conversation between a philosopher and a young man. The philosopher explains to his pupil how each of us is able to determine our own life, free from the shackles of past experiences, doubts, and the expectations of others. It's a way of thinking that is deeply liberating, allowing us to develop the courage to change and to ignore the limitations that we and other people have placed on us. The result is a book that is both highly accessible and profound in its importance. Millions have already read and benefited from its wisdom. This truly life-changing audiobook will help you declutter your mind of harmful thoughts and attitudes, helping you to make a lasting change, achieve real happiness, and find success.

©2018 Ichiro Kishimi, Fumitake Koga (P)2018 Simon & Schuster

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one of the best book i red this last few years

this book was a blast. I think it will become one of my most gifted books. a huge sucess in Japan for a real western philosophy

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Poor content has nothing to do with/ title

Terrible book, written in a so basic form that 10 yo would be bored listening to it.

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  • yoguinha
  • 30/09/2018

Life Changing

I read a lot and listen to a lot of audiobooks, from classic literature to contemporary biographies, philosophy, psychology and the latest in non-fiction. Seldom do I find a book that surprises me. This one did. Though very familiar with the thoughts of Freud and Jung, I had never heard of their colleague Alfred Adler until I came across this book, interestingly enough through the recommendation of a guy I don’t like. The thoughts of Dr. Adler opened new possibilities and pointed to solutions of problems I have been grappling with for years. His original way of thinking and his method truly can change ones’ life. Even though the questioning young man in the audio version irritated me at times (maybe it was supposed to) the content is so good that I could not turn away. If you are interested in personal growth and how to better navigate the journey of life, allow yourself to get immersed in Adlerian thought through the voice of the philosopher. Chances are, it will change your life as it did mine.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01/06/2018

drawing a definitive line between you and the rest

this great book will definitely help the listener/reader achieve own goals. it draws a very clear line between yourself and everyone else. this will help you and whoever around you to live in peace and harmony. eventually everyone around you will benefit from it. I can recommend it enough for anyone who wants to unravel the questions about life and who we are.

one thing about the audio is, after a while, I started to predict the dialouge and to be honest, I got a little irritated by the narrator's voice. just my two cents.

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  • RR
  • 07/07/2018

Good Ideas Delivered Inefficiently

I loved many of Adler's ideas but the Platonic dialogue device is a huge time-waster.

Also, the kid often struck me as an irritating brat. For instance, he kept shouting, "That's so hypocritical!" like it's the worst sin in the world but what he really seemed to mean was "contradictory." Maybe it was a translation problem.

Also, at times the old man's affection for the young boy he just met seemed a little creepy/pervy. Perhaps that's partly a performance problem and/or a cultural difference between Japan and America.

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  • Shama Patel
  • 10/05/2018

Fabulous. A must read!

Listened in almost one sitting. It is life changing. Complex concepts simply explained. Loved it.

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  • Quality Pet Company
  • 03/01/2019

Great book in an excellent format

This is an incredible book that is digestible, understandable, and still profound. I've heard many of these ideas before but never attributed to Adler. The ideas in this book truly have the potential to change people's lives for the better and help them live a life of freedom without constraints of the past weighing them down and without living according to others' needs. Some people complained about the format but I found that it was a great way to express the ideas and also harkens back to Socrates/Plato dialogues that are the foundation of philosophy. A++

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  • Simplyararity
  • 15/09/2018

Narrating is a killer

I'm sure the overall lesson of the book is good but the narrator's voice is quite irritating. I just couldn't stay interested. I stopped at the second chapter.

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  • Emily Saine
  • 25/09/2018

Amazing!!

This book helped give language and a system to becoming more comfortable in your own skin. The idea that all of life is divided into tasks was very help to imagine. No need to try and complete any task that is not your own. This book talks about how “trauma” doesn’t exist. Don’t let that deter you. The lessons learned from that idea are helpful, but I don’t think I’ll be walking around telling myself or others “your trauma isn’t real” any time soon. It just helps to give power to the here and now. Overall great book! I will probably listen to it again just to make sure I remember everything.

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  • Todd Levesque
  • 24/03/2019

Have courage

This book is exceptional and presents a groundwork dialogue between a young man and older philosopher on a journey of questions.
New to me are the ideas that happiness is the feeling of contribution and that every problem is an interpersonal relationship problem.

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  • Nichole C. Rip
  • 23/03/2019

Not what I thought it would be, but I LOVED it!

When I read the description for this book I expected it to be more self-helpy and inspirational, which it was in a sense. But mostly it was a presentation of a particular philosophy of self-actualization based on an ages-old type of psychological theory by Alfred Adler (a psychological theorist I've never heard of).

What I loved about this book is that the very heady material was presented simply through a dialogue between the characters of a philosopher and a seeker. So the concepts were presented in a way that apply the concepts to every day situations and were easy to follow along with. It gave me much food for thought!

It will take a lot of courage and faith to initiate the types of psychological changes to follow the Adlerian model, but may be worth at least dipping your toe into that pool!

I highly recommend this book, but expect to have your views of interpersonal psychology challenged!

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  • Allie
  • 19/03/2019

Noah Galvin ruined the book

He constantly sounded like a very rude kid...... I wish he did not narrate the book at all

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  • tikutiku
  • 26/06/2018

Disappointing

Many interesting idea are presented here, but unfortunately not discussed to convincing conclusions.

This makes the ”oh that perfectly describes my behavior/problem” moments all the more disappointing, as the explanation or analysis often feels half baked, leaving the advice seeking listener without a robust new perspective to reframe their world with conviction, in order to elicit cognitive and behavioral change.

The Adlerian view is often cited to as the revelation itself, when it's actually a theory in need of more thorough ”unpacking” and justification.

The rhetorical device of the skeptic youth didn't really work out either. While he did repeatedly question the elder’s argument – half of the time by repeating a presented statement in a confused tone – he also tend to end up accepting them unexpectedly later, without showing why and how his view is transformed.

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  • Patrick
  • 04/09/2018

Nothing new

The book sais nothing new really. You can learn some things here and there but it's not eye opening or doesn't really go deep.

The worst part was the kid that asks the questions. This little kid is such a little annoying c*nt. I couldn't continue, listen for yourself lol

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  • Kerstin Mayer
  • 05/02/2019

A jewel

Werd ich nochmal hoeren. Ist mit der beste Sachbuchtitel den ich bei audible gekauft hab. Übermittelt durch Dialog, nicht Monologisierung der Vorleser. Ein bischen im Stil von Sophies Welt, nur eben mit anderem Inhalt.