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    In this follow-up to the international phenomenon The Courage to Be Disliked, discover how to reconnect with your true self, experience true happiness, and live the life you want.

    What if one simple choice could unlock your destiny?

    Already a major Japanese best seller, this eye-opening and accessible follow-up to the “compelling” (Marc Andreessen) international phenomenon The Courage to Be Disliked shares the powerful teachings of Alfred Adler, one of the giants of 19th-century psychology, through another illuminating dialogue between the philosopher and the young man.

    Three years after their first conversation, the young man finds himself disillusioned and disappointed, convinced Adler’s teachings only work in theory, not in practice. But through further discussions between the philosopher and the young man, they deepen their own understandings of Adler’s powerful teachings, and learn the tools needed to apply Adler’s teachings to the chaos of everyday life.

    To be enjoyed on its own or as a companion to the best-selling first book, The Courage to Be Happy reveals a bold new way of thinking and living, empowering you to let go of the shackles of past trauma and the expectations of others, and to use this freedom to create the life you truly desire.

    Plainspoken yet profoundly moving, listening to The Courage to Be Happy will light a torch with the power to illuminate your life and brighten the world as we know it. Discover the courage to choose happiness.

    ©2019 Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga (P)2019 Simon & Schuster Audio

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    A relire

    Plus dur à lire et à comprendre que "le courage de ne pas être aimé" mais comme pour le premier ouvrage, de grande chose à tirer et à méditer. C'est le genre de livre qui impact une vie.

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    • Matt J
    • 23/06/2020

    Amazing content, if you can tolerate narration

    Again, life changing content that is difficult to find anywhere else. I've read hundreds of books on science, philosophy, etc but this book (and the earlier one) had insights I was not exposed to earlier.

    The biggest issue is with the performance of the young man which was so annoying that it was hard to get through the book. Big nonsensical emotional outbursts over and over with every new philosophical point. Tedious.

    The books have such great content that I'll want to read them multiple times, but I'll have to get the text version because I don't think I can listen to this performance again.

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    • Jack P
    • 12/06/2020

    Excellent content If you can handle the narrator.

    Literally everything one of the narrators says is in a childish, adversarial and whiny tone. Holy hell. The whole book could have done without his commentary entirely.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 29/12/2019

    A must buy

    Loved it I finished it the day after it came out. Perfect for a road trip..

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    • Ivan Klarich
    • 24/11/2020

    Great Book, Presentation and Thought Provoker.

    was very easy to listen to and kept me engaged... the back and forth discussion was will balanced and didn't feel too controlled.

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    • jokyspy
    • 03/08/2020

    Absolutely wonderful

    What I like most is the way ideas presented in everyday terms. Very easy to follow, yet the meaning is very deep.

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    • Hans
    • 27/05/2020

    Good

    Good but somewhat culty here and there.
    Yes the boy is annoying but is so to show the extremes.
    Biology, and cross cultural adaptation is not mentioned aswell which would benefit the listener.

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    • milene
    • 25/05/2020

    life changing

    The courage to be disliked was wonderful. This one managed to be 100x better. But I still don't get why the youth had to be so disrespectful hehe

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    • Gustavo Adolfo
    • 12/02/2020

    it's a philosophical book

    honestly, I love the book because it uses a very rational and reasonable approach in how to see things in a logical perspective. The way the philosopher explains adlerian psychology makes a lot of sense and make you want to learn more about it. but, I hate how the kid is so rude and arrogant.

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    • Joe Provenzano
    • 01/01/2020

    Nicely done.

    This is an excellent continuation with additional insights. Short but with great impact on the understanding of friendship, work and love.

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    • Livina
    • 18/07/2020

    the young man's anger starts annoying me

    I guess the basic idea for the young man's role is that he voices all the doubt, criticism and anger that any reader or listener might raise. Otherwise his behaviour is not explicable. As a person who has a relationship with an elderly philosopher, why would you shout at him, throw curse words at him and freak out at every other sentence. In the first book his role was less aggressive, at least in the English edition. But in this book, I sometimes have to take a break because it makes me sick to listen to a fight that goes on and on, and which is not really convincing but rather artificial. I wish there was a good book on Adler's philosophy without this bellowing!

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