The Imposter: How a Juvenile Criminal Succeeded in Business and Life

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TransformationHelp Publishing, 2009 - Self-Help - 284 pages
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The Imposter describes how the author transformed from a hardened juvenile criminal to a highly successful corporate executive, husband and father. Through his journey, he discovered eight principles of human transformation that will help anyone achieve their aspirations.

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A personal diary, a business opportunity, a life guide , this book could be some of each of these and more. A very personal book that I could not put down and read in one sitting. I am sure we all know people who struggle in life and this book is written at such an open human level it could reach many of them. There are echoes of the Heath book , Switched, in that Kip references some of the same research on making change. I learned , again, that we make our own way , that everyone can change, but there are ways to make it stick. His section on reality slicing and how it allowed him to recognize the existence of logic behind many different points of view is very well thought out. Very readible and you will enjoy his eight principles of transformation. 

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Kip Kreilig had a troubled childhood and he was involved with crime, drugs and alcohol. This book is a semi-telling of his transformation into a successful professional and certain principles he has ... Read full review

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