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The Type-Z Guide to Success: A Lazy Person’s Manifesto to Wealth and Fulfillment ePub download

by Marc Allen

  • Author: Marc Allen
  • ISBN: 1577315405
  • ISBN13: 978-1577315407
  • ePub: 1671 kb | FB2: 1652 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Success
  • Publisher: New World Library (April 5, 2006)
  • Pages: 160
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 818
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The Type-Z Guide to Success: A Lazy Person’s Manifesto to Wealth and Fulfillment ePub download

Marc Allen introduces us to the opposite of the "Type A workaholic personality" with the "Type Z personality-the laZy personality".

Marc Allen introduces us to the opposite of the "Type A workaholic personality" with the "Type Z personality-the laZy personality". The way he presents it and has more or less proven through a lifetime of Type Z success it seems to be not only doable but is also much more appealing than the way most of us have chosen to conduct our work lives. This book is also a testament to his Type Z approach; there is very little information in this book that is not already covered in his previously published "The Millionaire Course"

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Marc Allen answers this question with a resounding YES! In this miraculous little book, you'll learn an extraordinarily simple four-step program and discover how you can achieve your dreams in life - even if you're lazy, inexperienced, overwhelmed, or financially challenged

Marc Allen answers this question with a resounding YES! In this miraculous little book, you'll learn an extraordinarily simple four-step program and discover how you can achieve your dreams in life - even if you're lazy, inexperienced, overwhelmed, or financially challenged. And if you're a workaholic or a Type A, you'll learn how to have more time for relaxation and fun - and still be successful.

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A lazy person’s guide. You will be as great as your dominant aspiration. It’s for anyone who wants to succeed, and yet do it in their own unique way. She says my work appeals to two types of people: Lazy people (like me) and Type-A people (like her) who have worked hard all their lives and would like to relax a bit more now and get off the treadmill of stress and constant work. These simple tools work for anyone who applies them. HERE’S A LITTLE TALE - a day-in-the life story.

Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success.

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Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success. Here, he shows how anyone who is disorganized, inexperienced, overwhelmed, financially challenged, or just flat-out lazy can still create the life of their dreams. In the book’s short, inspiring introduction, Allen describes the system he devised on his 30th birthday that completely changed his life — a four-step system so simple to understand and easy to implement that it could be called revolutionary. In the following chapters, he details the importance of each of the four steps — dream, imagine, believe, create — and shows how to forge them into a blueprint for success. A final section includes tips for staying on — or getting back on — course. A quick, breezy read, the book uses centered bold type scattered throughout to ensure that even the laziest readers can grasp its essence in just a few minutes.
Sat
I decided to grab this book because the title appealed to me and because I have a trigger Kindle finger ;)

Overall, what I can say about this book is that 95% of it is things, principles and ideas that are repeated over and over in both the author's books as well as other books on the subject of the Law of Attraction and manifesting. It's just really not anything exciting in that regard. However, there are a number of principles and techniques in here (argument settling, the process of going through and addressing/clearing out your doubts and fears) that make it interesting. To summarize briefly:

The Pros:
1) Even though this book feels a bit stale and canned in terms of the ideas and principles around working with manifesting and the Law of Attraction, it's length and formatting with the bolded sections make it a great 'quick reference' or refresher read for advanced LOA buffs or for people who just want to stick a toe in

2) The sections on financial controls is very helpful for those who are working on managing their finances. Again, nothing particularly new, but still insightful.

3) The process of addressing your doubts/fears around each goal and argument settling are handy.
It was logically and clearly formatted, which I always consider when reviewing Kindle books.

The Cons:
1) This book is basically a rebranding and rehashing of every book this man has written or that you will find from similarly high profile authors such as Rhonda Byrnes or Wayne Dwyer.

2) The author's repeated emphasis on his own success can get a bit grating. Yes, I get it, you're super successful. But what have your ideas done for other people? Examples are sparse.

Overall, I'd recommend it to a total newbie, especially someone who was a skeptic or indeed typed themselves as 'lazy' because it feels like little to no effort was put into this, but I'd warn off anyone who has more than a passing familiarity with the concepts presented herein - save your cash and work with what you've got.
mr.Mine
I have been following Marc Allen for a few years and if you are anything like me this book is going to get you thinking. Most of us not only grew up with the "being successful takes hard work" advice, we live the hard work part without gaining the concomitant successes. Marc Allen introduces us to the opposite of the "Type A workaholic personality" with the "Type Z personality-the laZy personality". The way he presents it and has more or less proven through a lifetime of Type Z success it seems to be not only doable but is also much more appealing than the way most of us have chosen to conduct our work lives.

This book is also a testament to his Type Z approach; there is very little information in this book that is not already covered in his previously published "The Millionaire Course". This book is a condensed version of that great book. "The Type Z Guide to Success" is a very quick read-about two and a half hours and full of very doable and usable Type Z approaches to business and life. Great read.

post script Oct 4, 2007
For an amazing type Z approach check out "The 4 hour Work Week" by Tim Ferris. It may just make your head spin. Great stuff.
Iaiastta
Since I don't get up before noon, this book is perfect for me. He even highlights the salient points so you don't have to read the entire book to get benefits from it. Procrastination is my middle name so I am slowly going thru it.
Pettalo
First off, my husband never reads but when I got this book, his ears just perked up and he bacame immersed!That's a first!LOL! I've never seen him like that before!We LOVED this book and are starting to reread it again, this is a book you can never get tired of. If you are a Gen Xer or a Gen Y, You owe it to yourself! This book has really motivated me to live my life my way! Since reading it, I've done something I've always wanted to do! I've started my own bookstore and I'm also beginning another REALLY fun company as well that's in demand! There were also so many suddle hints that just inspired pure original innovation within me and my husband and while reading it. We also started getting blessings to go forth with those goals while reading it, so that's a good sign that you are going in the right direction.This book is excellent for anyone who knows that life is meant to be enjoyed and wants to drop out of the rat race!
Steelraven
Great book! I've read so many books of this type, but not a lot of them have helped. They all say, "Just believe... Law of Attraction, attract how you feel... Get in the gap..." But I've always felt after reading those books, "Great, but how?" Well Marc Allen tells you how. And, since it's the "Lazy man's way" it's easy to do and easy to follow. I've already noticed a change in my life. I think as a society, we all want something instatnt, like magic. Well, everything takes hard work and practice to achieve, and this will too. But it's easy to impliment in your daily life. Easy as eating breakfast every day, and just as fast. So I recommend buying the book.
Dalarin
There are a couple of good things in this book, but most of it is 1980's new age "thought is creative" clap-trap rehashed. I could almost accuse the author of plagiarizing Sondra Ray, if it weren't for the couple of painfully trite quotes by Eckhart Tolle. I'll be the first to admit that I tend to over-complicate things in my life, so I was really looking forward to something more along the lines of the simplicity movement. This isn't that and I'm truly disappointed I spent $10.55 for the Kindle version of this book. It just goes to show you that there's nothing new under the sun. The ideas are good, but I've heard it a thousand times before. It's just Wonder bread repackaged in a different wrapper. I suppose these concepts are new to Millenials who didn't track this movement in the 80's. But really, Marc Allen, you are lazy.
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