Notes from a Friend: A Quick and Simple Guide to Taking Control of Your Life

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
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Now updated with new material, Notes from a Friend is a concise and easy-to-understand guide to the most powerful and life-changing tools and principles from Anthony Robbins, bestselling author and an international leader in peak performance.

Starting in 1991, a self-published version of this book has been handed out to thousands of people in need, as part of the Anthony Robbins Foundation’s Thanksgiving “Basket Brigade.” The book helped so many individuals overcome the most challenging circumstances that people repeatedly asked to purchase it for themselves and for their friends. Now, for the first time, it is available to you in this special, updated edition containing new material.

Buy this book and you change a life. Read this book and you’ll change your own.
  

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Review: Notes from a Friend: A Quick and Simple Guide to Taking Control of Your Life

User Review  - Akmal Hizam - Goodreads

The thickness of this one from Mr Robbins is considered as onion skin compared to his others. Perhaps that's the appeal for me to grab this from the bookshelf. In it are many bite size chapters and stories and tips which is easy to follow and for us to start with. Recommended. Read full review

Review: Notes from a Friend: A Quick and Simple Guide to Taking Control of Your Life

User Review  - Nate Hewitt - Goodreads

Wonderful read. I picked this up and read it in less than 2-hours. Very inspiring, and useful techniques. All in all, a very good read that I've often re-read. Love Tony Robbins. Read full review

Contents

One Mans Story
19
The TenDay Mental Challenge
89
Epilogue
97
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Anthony Robbins is an extraordinarily successful entrepreneur and a consultant to professional sports teams, presidents of corporations and countries, and members of royal families around the world. More than 25 million people have benefited from his audiotapes, videotapes, and books.

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