People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It!

People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It!

The 10 Ways You Are Sabotaging Yourself And How You Can Overcome Them

Book - 2009
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The Pitbull of Personal Development and "New York Times"-bestselling author of "You're Broke Because You Want to Be" is back with advice on the dumb things people do to sabotage their success.
Publisher: New York : Gotham Books, c2009.
ISBN: 9781592404377
1592404375
Characteristics: xvii, 218 p. ; 24 cm.

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Fuzzy_Wuzzy
Mar 26, 2014

Meet the author of this book, Larry Winget. Larry is a snot-nosed, self-loving S.O.B. who (with this book) takes license to look down his snot-filled nose at all the rest of us and collectively label us as idiots. (No. This callous, little twit ain't kidding. He really means it, sincerely!)

Hey! WTF!? Can you imagine precious, little Larry actually calling us all idiots while at the same time trying to con us into buying his book!? Like, if that isn't the screwy mind-set of a moron, then I don't know what the hell is!

In this book the pompous & conceited Larry Winget literally rips off ideas from countless other self-help books and (get this!) re-words these ideas in an attempt to make it appear as though he thought these things up himself.

Besides that, this phony baloney has the frickin' gall to tell me, the reader, that being an idiot is (quote) "your own damn fault". (snarl! snarl!)

To confuse matters even more, in the chapter that follows, slimy, little Larry tells me that it's my parents' who are at fault for making me an idiot.

Duh! This sort of flip-flopping by despicable, little Larry prevails throughout this rubbishy book. And, I guess because high'n'mighty Larry considers us all to be idiots, then, of course, none of us is going to notice.

If you ask me, when it comes to being an idiot, I'd say that asinine Larry Winget is the biggest and most contemptible one of all. And, as far as this snivelling, little book of his goes - Larry Winget can shove it right up his rectum!

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fjolie
Oct 05, 2013

This is the most offensive self help I have ever read. It woke me up. My brain had been hijacked by nonsense. This book helps you get from precontemplation to action.

I read the entire book. It gets tamer as you get into it and I think that makes the urgency wear off.

I am using this in conjuction with a procrastination book and my ability to "keep it moving" has improved. I am no longer stuck on painful experiences or locked into pleasurable ones. This book changed my life.

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