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Third Circle Theory

Purpose Through Observation
Lu par : Craig Jessen
Durée : 5 h et 58 min
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The Third Circle Theory is the theory that the founder of Secret Entourage created to explain how visionaries are made and billion dollar ideas born from nothing more than your observations. The theory which has proven to be the same for all the successful individuals who have not only found their purpose in life but have executed on their beliefs, and as a result established themselves as successful innovators, explorers, educators, and entrepreneurs is now clearly defined and will teach you how to live successfully, not just with money, but with the way you live your life and impact those around you.

©2012 Secret Entourage (P)2013 Secret Entourage

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Une vision interessante du monde

Si vous pouviez résumer Third Circle Theory en trois mots, lesquels seraient-ils ?

passionnant, troublant, motivant

Qu'avez-vous aimé le plus dans cette histoire ?

On peut se retrouver dans cet ouvrage, trouver sa place actuel, et progresser.

Qu'avez-vous aimé de la performance de Craig Jessen ?

Très claire, facile à suivre, très agréable.

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  • Robert
  • 07/06/2015

On repeat

If you enjoy killing time while driving, walking around, or anything else then keep doing what you're doing. Now if you're looking to make use of all that "free" time you have, this is the book for you. I've read the paperback, along with all of SE's ebooks and now have TCT on audio repeat. They provide nothing but pure useful knowledge that'll lead you to a path you ultimately want to create.

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  • Andrew Vega
  • 09/12/2015

Phenomenal!

Absolutely one of my favorite books now. No attempt to sell you on the "perfect path" to success nor any ra ra pump you up language. Written in a very matter-of-fact manner. He gives you the reality. The choice to acknowledge and apply the knowledge he leaves in your hands. This is a book you can pull up at any time and it will help. A foundation for anyone truly trying to Impact the world. Recommend!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18/09/2017

This is a terrible book

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book is best suited to someone who hasn't read any other self improvement books, as the best parts of this were lifted from other, better books.

What could Pejman Ghadimi have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

He could have elaborated on his criticism of education, self help books, and Generation X to actually make points and not just run down things he isn't a part of. We get it, you didn't go to college. But does that necessarily mean college is a waste of time?

How could the performance have been better?

The voice on the audio book was terrible. The reader sounds like an arrogant robot.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I was mostly confused. Don't go to college, don't waste your time on other books, ignore the self limiting Gen X mindset. Do be confident, manipulate the system when you can (the car buying experience was awful: Lie to everyone to get what you want). Use the google imndset. Weird because the dudes that invented Google were born smack in the middle of Gen X; but whatever.

Any additional comments?

The examples are shallow. How to get girls, how car clubs are successful, why school is unimportant, once you are successful, you'll need all new friends.This is like a SNL skit of bad advice. This isn't secret entourage. It is more like an episode of HBO's Entourage.

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  • Rigo
  • 27/03/2019

It Needs a Different Narrator

The book is outstanding, the story and the principal are A+++, but the narration sounds like a computer talking. Maybe another narrator would've make it better

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  • Canadian Customer
  • 11/03/2017

Too Black&White, Too General, About Money & Status

What disappointed you about Third Circle Theory?

Its too black & white, he divides people in 3 circles, and makes general statements like, your life experience affects your outlook on life, or your upbringing affects your attitude. I do not think any of us need to read a book to know this. I think the 3 circle idea has merit, but he boxes people in too tight into each category. It tends to talk about money, career and status.

What was most disappointing about Pejman Ghadimi’s story?

At one point he gives a story about how he bought a car and lied his way through getting a good deal (close to dealerships cost for the vehicle). He says, "no one was hurt by what I did, and I got a good deal because I knew how to work the system". The car dealer's business got hurt in this transaction, I saw this as a "win-lose" philosophy and stopped listening.

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  • Leonard
  • 14/07/2015

Deep mindset programming- great book!

This book is very helpful no matter where you are in life there's plenty to be gained from exposure to the ideas contained within this theory. I'm better for listening to this book, now I will study it!

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  • Guitar Guy
  • 09/03/2017

Great book

Narrator sounds like a serial killer. However the content is amazing and can really help anyone find a path or correct a path their on.

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  • Chris Messier
  • 17/01/2016

Great Principle, Anti-Education Becomes Repetitive

Would you listen to Third Circle Theory again? Why?

A good listen if you're seeking a motivational nudge to follow your passion and find purpose in life. As a 20 y.o business student, however, I found that the author kept making jabs at the education system which becomes annoying if you find value in college. I also found that the narrator places strange emphasis on words throughout. Overall, I'd recommend giving it a shot, but I strongly recommend considering it in print form and selecting another title with your credit.

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  • Brett
  • 29/05/2015

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU READ THIS BOOK

I can't describe how much this book has helped me. It has given me the ability to rediscover my vision, and pursue it fiercely and consistently.

Thank you Pejman.

- Brett

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  • Alana Gooch
  • 26/05/2015

Read this now.

Mind blowing read. Surprisingly easy to follow and understand. This book has opened my eyes to who I am and why I make certain decisions. Would definitely recommend.

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  • Vidar Andersen
  • 06/07/2016

Marketing Vehicle Filled With Anecdotal Shallow Fluff

The author provides zero unique insights and all arguments presented anecdotal. At the end it becomes clear it's nothing more than a marketing vehicle, and a poor one at that, for an online product he is trying to peddle.

To boot, the narration is annoying.

Avoid.

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