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Abundance On Demand: Five Easy Steps to Master The Inner Game of Money Kindle Edition
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What you hold in your hands is the answer to a question people have asked for many, many years. It is the secret's secret and I want you to really treasure each word. If you have ever wanted to know the secret of the universe, how to create your reality or what the rich and famous know that you don't; the answer will lie in these pages.
My name is Christopher Duncan. I'm very fortunate to have built multiple companies and employ around 40 staff in my current business. I have 2 bestselling books: "The Freedom-Business Blueprint" and "The Freedom-Business Explosion".
People search their whole lives for this. It really is THE ANSWER. I've told all my top clients that they needed to take Colette's course and they have. Their results have been incredible and all I have heard are success stories! Colette literally is the source! She literally can help you manifest or create anything you want. My results are proof but the best part is, she has designed a system and it is replicable meaning there is no guess work!!!
What you will find in this book is Colette's simple and powerful system. I hope it serves you as well as it served me but it will only work if you follow it, let go of the past and just believe!
Good luck and Happy Manifesting.
To Colette, I love you. You are brilliant and I am so honoured and grateful to be on this life's journey with you. What a ride!!! You are a true gift. Look at what you are creating; it's truly amazing!!
Bestselling author and founder of the Freedom FASTTRACK
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- ASIN : B0721JT677
- Publisher : Results Press (11 June 2017)
- Language : English
- File size : 2890 KB
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- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 231 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0998890510
- Best Sellers Rank: 38,983 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I love the nuances snd smaller distinctions she makes in this book.
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One of these steps is to teach your brain how to rewire itself on command. Sounds great - I completely get that our brains might need rewiring about certain things. However the chapter, which is called "train your brain to rewire itself on command" says "I cannot give you the full training here" and sends you instead to register at a URL that gives a 404 error. I did find the page in the end and managed to register but the "training" then regurgitates what the book has already said, using the metaphor of recipes and that they need changing and tweaking and this represents our subconscious. Yes, I know that already, as do most people who would be buying this book. It's no good giving us examples of what amazing things MAP can achieve and then not telling us how to do this. Basically, Colette wants you to sign up for a $249 course.
There is a summary of the 5 steps at the end of the book and again step 2 is glossed over. Step 2 is about eliminating fears and doubts. Again she refers to her website for this rather than giving practical advice about how to it.
The third step is about blocking beliefs and memories that make up our blueprint. The chapter talks about some of these being memories that we can't access or even that happened before we were born. There were some really interesting ideas in this chapter and I had a couple of insights myself. HOWEVER, she summarises by saying that we need a tool to change beliefs and that basically you need someone "on the ground" ie a practitioner to do this. Obviously, if the memories are in our subconscious and we can't access them then this is true. But you then shouldn't write a book that makes you think that you can do this yourself in an "easy step". Really, completely and utterly frustrating and misleading.
Something else that is very annoying is the sheer amount of typos in this book. They are everywhere. It feels as though it's been rushed and no care has been taken. It doesn't feel like the work of someone who cares, but of someone who has had an idea and wants to milk it. It refers to colours on diagrams that are black and white and one diagram is completely illegible.
In summary, I do not recommend this book at all. Instead I'd buy a book about tapping where at least you are given information that you can actually put into practice.
I am the target market for this book and although I definitely had some insights I have no idea what to do with them as it doesn't tell you!! A waste of money and there will be lots of second hand, cheap versions of this available soon I'm sure.
Then on the bottom of page 103 Streicher says, “I cannot give you the full training here, obviously, it is not the goal of this book.” And this is the moment she betrays the reader. She could (and should) have said, “It will be challenging to give you all of the ways to use the superconscious in this book, but let me give you a taste of the ways the superconscious uses metaphors, and ways the superconscious helps me see the treatment process.” From there she could give examples of how the superconscious trained her to ‘see’ and know what to do in treatment. Then she would be fulfilling her promise. She could say, “This is how this works and for more details, join me. But give it a try and see what the Superconscious teaches you.”
If she is going to fulfill the promise in the last paragraph of her introduction, she’s not going to then say, “Sorry, I’m not actually going to show you how to do this, but you can go to my website, which I give to you over and over and over and over and over again until you get sick of the advertisement for my program and are a little disgusted with me because it’s not free, but $17 or some such thing (after you have paid for the book which is supposed to teach you but doesn’t), or you can sign up for my full training, that you now know you need because my self-help book doesn’t actually help you.”
If Chapter 5 were rewritten and all of the obnoxious reminders of her website were cut, I would be buying a number of copies of this book to give to friends. As the book stands now, with the missing text sections, on page 23 to 24, on page 84, and then again on 188, with the typos I find along the way, the way she gives details to explain color charts that are printed in black and white on the page, and the way Streicher promises to deliver, only she doesn’t, I cannot recommend it at all.
But here’s the thing – if the whole thing were useless, I wouldn’t be so upset and wouldn’t care at all the author betrayed me. I would just chalk it up to a bad job and move only. Only here, I know Streicher has amazing things to share and tell. I know that this book could be much more successful than it is. I can see the value and the worth of it, which is why I take her betrayal personally.