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101 Essays That Will Change The Way You Think

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Abby Craden

10 Hours 46 Minutes

Tantor Media

August 2018

Audio Book Summary

Over the past few years, Brianna Wiest has gained renown for her deeply moving, philosophical writing. This new compilation of her published work features pieces on why you should pursue purpose over passion, embrace negative thinking, see the wisdom in daily routine, and become aware of the cognitive biases that are creating the way you see your life. Some of these pieces have never been seen; others have been read by millions of people around the world. Regardless, each will leave you thinking: this idea changed my life.

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  • James W.

    The point is that this is a series of lists, rather than real essays. Which is to say points aren't argued or linked together, but rather fired out as a series of truisms. And for a book with a highly repetitive style, it is way too long.

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  • Claire B.

    This is a good book to dip in and out of for daily inspiration. A lot of the content though when listened to on an audio book, is repeated quite a lot, and the list format is impossible to follow, just random numbers being called in the end.

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  • Daniel V.

    A lot of repetition and an unusual number of numerical lists. This is not a book of essays as much as book of spiritual, self actualizing quotes. Some of these quotes or self affirmations are good. Some are trite but remain in the minority.

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  • Vasilije S.

    Nice listen. Sort of a “ smooth jazz” of a book. Wonderful narration though.

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  • Emmanuel N.

    Great Essays. I loved them.

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  • Nazim C.

    This is a great book, its simple yet effective. If you're looking for a reminder of good habits and a way to relax and sit back, this book is for you.

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  • Aaron R.

    From almost the first essay the content was useless. It reads like a men’s health or cosmo article. Not to detract from these magazines but I expected a little more depth. Essays include “10 things that socially intelligent people do” or “10 things emotionally intelligent people don’t do”.

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