Why “I Was Blind But Now I See” is My Best Book Ever (and now on Kindle). I’m not going to brag. The purpose of this post is to inform on three things: A) A lot of . copies Contents Contents Dedication Acknowledgments About The Author I Was Blind But Now I See The 10 Commandments of James-ism What is This. But in “I Was Blind But Now I See” there’s a lot of original material, even if some material is based on some of my blog posts. I describe more.

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I describe in detail:. Another great James Altucher book! Who will write the bill?

I Was Blind But Now I See by James Altucher

I appreciate his willingness and courage to challenge the status quo. Who is ultimately responsible for the federal government? James goes against the grain in stating that things such as owning a house is a really bad idea and investment or there are better alternatives than wasting your money on college.

Sign Up With Email. Feb 01, J. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Rather, it is focusing on creating a relationship with God, despite the pitfalls of dating that may come This book is about Stephanie Rische, who tried to find someone to fall in love with, but always came up empty.

I should finally say that part of the reason I rank this book so high is that I think the author is an authority on this given his history in terms of pursuing and finding the ‘successful’ life, losing it all and finding it again.

I Was Blind But Now I See : Time to Be Happy

It’s Easier on the Eye. We have money to make. Listen to their “Ask Altucher” podcast and hear for yourself; great dynamic there between the two. I liked his ideas about creating ideas and the daily practice and to avoid crappy people.


This is chock full of problems.

I can b e c o m e a better human being. Along with his perspective, he outlines a Daily Practice focused on making progress across physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual realms, plus his sage advice to stop engaging with crappy people.

I’d highly recommend pairing this book with Sam Harris’ short essay on Lying. Now Altucher does make two decent suggestions. A concise, quirky, fantastic read. This books gives you a reason to re evaluate and look at things from a different view.

Serendicritique [Book Design] by: By submitting your email address, you will receive a free subscription to Altucher Confidential. Presidents have been largely incompetent. It’s a very entertaining read, there is a lot of humour, the author is brutally blinc towards himself, almost to the extent of self-destruction, and expresses some very strong anecdotes to support his ideas.

It’s pretty much self-help anyway with a healthy dose of commiserating with a guy who just happened to figure it and do something about it. She made it as though we were best friends and she was sharing her struggles in her quest of finding her mate.

Why “I Was Blind But Now I See” is My Best Book Ever (and now on Kindle) – James Altucher

Lists with This Book. This book was an interesting experience. This book still reads like it may have been copy pasted from his blog. Bljnd summary could be put as, “I bought into the dreams and lies they believe in and shared with me. I dunno it was okay. He shares in a raw thought provoking honest way.


James Altucher is pretty latucher, in a shock jock kind of way. Some parts of the book were captivating but then towards the end you just wanted to finish it. Drinking or shopping buddies?

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There’s some information in this book that altuhcer resonate with me as well, but overall I really like his writing style and the fact that for what I consider a “self help” book the ideas presented within come from a different place than most authors. It will give her courage and aware, that finding Mr.

Oh, and he also says that people who criticize his works must have been molested or otherwise had a terrible childhood. I’ve heard it said that those l don’t proofread their grammar must have also failed to proofread their ideas. Why am I so enamored with James Altucher? I can’t believe I bought a book that acts like this is a novel suggestion.

More practical are the ten hints for succeeding on the job. Don’t go to college.

I’m on page 43 and again I’m converted back to a fan of James Altucher’s insight, and writing style. Now he could see! People who are crappy to you. Kind of makes me feel everything was rushed and little regard was held towards the reader. Who encourages you to stretch your mind in this way? Well, not nearly all the dreadful blind dates, but the years of singleness.

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