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Whether you are a newcomer or a veteran on the path of self-improvement, I Had it All the Time will awaken you to a life so magnificent that you will laugh at the notion of improving what love made whole. Quit fixing yourself and get on with the life you came to live.
Paperback: 318 pages
Publisher: Alan Cohen Publications (December 1, 1994)
Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.9 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
5 stars for the book 3 stars for the audios …I have both
54 people found this helpful.
on February 23, 2004
THE BOOK REVIEW:
Simple Wisdom for Self-Discovery
33 people found this helpful.
on August 14, 2002
By Lydia Clark, Life Strategist and Executive Coach
Alan Cohen provides inspiring and practical information for creating possibilities in your life through simple tools, methods and stories. Alan has a wonderful way of writing in an easy-to-get-it style and each chapter gives you the opportunity for transformation through a self-discovery activity. After reading Alan’s book Why Your Life Sucks and What You Can Do About It, I yearned to read more of his books, which lead me to this book. I recommend this book for the enjoyment of improving and leading an authentic life!
I Had It All The Time
23 people found this helpful.
on August 2, 2002
This is one of the books I go back again and again. Alan’s teachings are so down to earth, applicable to the real life, empowering, and loving. My heart and soul always says, “Yes! Yes!” whenever I read the words of the Truth about life that Alan writes, and I regain or increase the power to live my life. As I read his words, I can feel how Alan is looking at human life with overflowing love and humor. Wherever the life stage one is in, this is the book that changes one’s perspective of life and the universe into the Truth which is love. I highly recommend it.
Great Book! A nice diversion from the self-help norm.
16 people found this helpful.
on October 31, 2006
By Inspired Dribble
I found this book by Alan Cohen much better and different in style than anything written by Wayne Dyer (who is very good) if that helps put my review into perspective. Refreshing, insightful, and uplifting yet down to earth in a spiritual way (which is what are all doing of course).
Treat Yourself To Yourself
18 people found this helpful.
on August 14, 2006
By Ol’ McShelly’s Farm
“This book will not have a sequel; to the contrary, it heralds the end of a long and self-diminishing train of thought- the notion that you need to be something other than you are. It will not introduce you to a revolutionary technique; but it will introduce you to yourself. This book will not direct you to a mystical master or exotic gems- but it will assist you to unearth your own hidden treasures and awaken the master within you……The Spirit within you is greater than anything in the outer world. The power of your life is now redeemed to your own hands, where it has always been. You had it all along.” (from the introduction)
Self discovery and empowerment made clear and easy…
19 people found this helpful.
on July 30, 2002
By JAMES A. OBRIEN
A great, clear, and easy introduction and guide for self discovery as the path to the really awsome being you know you are. The perfect follow-up book for people who have read and enjoyed Alan’s: Why Your Life Sucks, And What You Can Do About It. More great self empowerment teaching and exercises to work on to help you apply this stuff to your real world. You’ve tried the rest…now read the best!
The best book for people who are ready to start to live.
14 people found this helpful.
on December 10, 1997
One of the problems of those who are interested in self-development is that they try to learn more and more how to develop, and they do almose nothing to improve themselves. This book, using humor and anectdotes, tell you how to start living the way you already know you should.
The Best Book
18 people found this helpful.
on April 6, 1999
By Dave Davis
of all time! The end-be-all self help book. Cohen is the MASTER. 🙂 If you’re looking for help, here is a one stop shop for understanding who you are.
One of the Best Self-Help Books I’ve Ever Read
3 people found this helpful.
on August 8, 2012
By T. B.
Flat-out, one of the best self-help books I’ve ever read (although the author would contend you don’t need any ‘help’, that you already have all you need within!)
12 people found this helpful.
on August 19, 2005
By Charles W. Lyon
After being a self help junky for the last 15 years Alan Cohen gives good advice and stop trying to fix your self and just enjoy life
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