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A real Stinker
on May 17, 2009
The writer's style is irritating in the extreme since it's obvious English is not his first language so he writes with what seems like a heavy, thick accent and gives directives as if he's an authority figure. Actually he says absolutely nothing new, insightful, remotely clever or interesting. I gave this trash one star because the review box doesn't allow for less.
"Set one hour aside every week to see if you are really doing what you like in your life. This might reflect in enhancing your goals or even replacing them with more important goals for your true happiness" he says. Wowwww! Ask yourself if you're happy (and for an hour a week, yet)! If you're not, make some changes! Revelation!
"The best way to make a major achievement is to expand your experience and knowledge base". Another gem! He's telling us more education is a good idea! Brilliant! The whole book is of the same transparently moronic calibre, as if he presumes the reader's a fool. This thin, weak, silly volume tells one nothing at all of use or value, states the screamingly obvious, and appears to have been written expressly to jump on the popularity of the 'Law of Attraction' bandwagon.
One can't help but wonder if the other reviewers who praised this dim-witted rubbish, this waste of time and money, are actually related to Mr. Al-Maimani.