#10 – Book Pre-review: The Power Of Now

The Power of Now by Caro's Lines.

The last book that I have on my list of books to read for my performance plan at work is The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.  There’s a section of our performance plans dedicated to personal growth (or something like that) and I’ve been wanting to read the PoN since forever, so I figured I’d add it to my list.

I was a wee bit disappointed to find out that it’s not availabe on e-audiobook from the VPL, but I guess when I think about it, listening to the Power of Now while you are doing something else is kind of against the spirit of the whole thing!  Anyway, Tod has a copy that he has leant to me, so I’ll have to make some time to actually read it the old fashioned way.

In conclusion, I’ll read the Power of Now. Later.

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  • Urgh… can't say I'm usually at all excited to read “the latest self-help/change you life/fix the universe” hit… (same with “getting to yes”). It just seems… well, to be honest, and I know not every book is the same, but it just seems a lot like the hype surrounding The Secret. And we all know how awesome that book is!

    I think with a lot of things, the more hype they get, the less I trust they are actually worthwhile. Hence me not being all that excited to read Harry Potter.


  • Well, you won't get the full experience of the greatness of Harry Potter since you've seen the movies (and thus the good surprises won't be surprising should you choose to read the books), but it is pretty damn spectacular.


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