How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have

Abridged Audiobook

Written By: John Gray

Narrated By: John Gray

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Date: July 2005

Duration: 2 hours 22 minutes

Summary:

National Bestseller!Here's the audiobook to help you get what you want, and be happy with what you have. John Gray, the man responsible for helping millions of people improve their relationships in his bestselling Mars and Venus books, has written the essential guide to personal success. Combining insights from Western psychology and Eastern meditation, he presents an innovative and proven method to become happy, confident, and at peace through four easy-to-follow steps: Set Your Intention: Recognize where you are now and determine where you need to go in order to achieve success.Get What You Need: Learn how to get what you need in order to be true to yourself.Get What You Want: Create outer success without sacrificing inner happiness.Remove the Blocks to Personal Success: Recognize what is holding you back, and clear the way for both inner and outer success.Stop living by the age-old adage “the grass is always greener on the other side.” It's not. You have everything within your reach right now to live a rich and fulfilling life. How To Get What You Want and Want What You Have will help release your emotional blocks so that you may realize your soul's desire. There is a secret to personal success. Listen to this audiobook and not only will you learn that secret, you will be well on your way to achieving your goals.

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  • Marian

    This book is awesome. It's one I'm listening to several times in my car, stop rewind and I listened to at home taking notes. There are so many great ideas, simple things really that we overlook. There's some great information about the importance of keeping a balance in your life and the conseqences of not. I'd highly recommend this book to anyone but particuarly anyone with a high-pressure job or a business owner.

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  • Mark

    Get past his wacky voice, and you'll get good, executable instructions on breaking through mental blocks. Very worthy guide to happiness.

  • Steve Y.

    I've read some John Gray before and found it to be reasonable and interesting, but this thing was wierd. It was the most bizarre, confusing, annoying, and complete load of nonsense I've heard in a long time.