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The Shadow Effect, an Interactive Movie Experience&hellip
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very powerful!, Feb. 11 2010
I bought this DVD upon a recommendation from a friend. I am so glad I watched it because it absolutely one of the most powerful movies I have seen. The movie is very well produced and there are great interviews of famous speakers such as Deepak Chopra and Mark Hansen. The premise of the movie is that we all have shadows and what can happen when we suppress them and how we can allow it to empower us. If you are familiar at all with Debbie Ford's other books such as "Why Good People Do Bad Things", "The Dark Side of Light Chasers", etc.... then this is an absolute must buy. There are examples given of politicians, actors, etc... but it is more of an illustration of how people with strong… Read more
Made in America: The Most Dominant Champion in UFC&hellip by Matt Hughes
1.0 out of 5 stars a bit disappointing..., Sept. 3 2009
I bought this book because I am a huge MMA and Matt Hughes fan.
This book, however, falls short on expectations. I didn't find book flowed well - Matt seems to be babbling a lot about different aspects of his life with no real coherent structure on flow.
What was most disappointing for me though is how little Matt talks about the MMA side. He does cover a lot of his major fights (i.e. Carlos Newton, GSP, BJ Penn, etc...) - what seems to be lacking though is that there is not a lot of depth on what he was thinking going into the fights. The thinking on the strategies, the mindset of fighting as a champion, etc.. and the lack of insight on how the fight went from his side. Matt… Read more
Poker Face: Mastering Body Language to Bluff, Read&hellip by Judi James
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars a total waste of time!, Dec 31 2007
I bought this book with high expectations as there are not a lot of books out on poker tells but this has been an utter disappointment.

Based on my readings, author is clearly not a serious poker player and is likely only playing home kitchen games.
Ignorance is illustrated when she states that the three most popular forms of poker is: Hold'em, 5 card stud and draw poker - anyone who plays in cardrooms and internet sites today know that draw poker and 5 card stud is virtually extinct for at least 10 years now. Omaha and 7 card stud would have been a more reasonble choice.
Book has no pictures which I can't fathom how you can talk about tells without pictures. Most of… Read more

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