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About the book
This is "Think & Grow Rich" for the 21st Century, if it were written by an honest-to-goodness mind reader. The ideas & principles included within these pages are the exact approaches the author has used to create a custom-fit life that has allowed him to travel the world and be paid very well for it. If you're interested in breaking out of the standard social narrative, this is the book for you. You'll learn a lot about yourself, others, and how we all tick. (There's even a magic trick built into the book that you'll get to perform with your friends!)
What do people say about it?
Insightful, wise, and easy to read, Think Like a Mind Reader is filled with valuable life lessons and useful guidance. Jonathan Pritchard writes with enthusiasm and wit, sharing strategies that will help you create the life you want to live. I especially love the glimpses he gives the reader into his own journey. What a fun, savvy, and valuable read! ~Dorie Clark, NYTimes best selling author
This book takes a really simple, personable tone to explaining some really personal, complicated stuff, I really enjoyed the insight and perspective and find myself quoting some of the observations mentioned in the book. I gave this book to an Argentinian friend of mine and he loved it and found the insights applicable to Argentine culture as well! I wouldn't miss this book! ~Amazon Reviewer
My favorite line: “Success is getting what you want, happiness is liking what you get” appears in the best paragraph of the book – I won’t tell you where it falls but you’ll find it. I truly enjoyed the book; it’s an easy read, nicely paced, and it shows Jonathan as he genuinely is. The mentalist devices and “tricks”, even a quiz, and the life lessons he shares, were both good and good fun.
I feel the same way Jonathan does about “positive thinking” and self-help books. So, while he may seem, now and again, to veer near or even hover over that genre in [think] Like a Mind Reader, fortunately for you, dear reader, he’s anchored on sturdier stuff, with a happier, more down-to-earth perspective.
What he does bring is…yes, a kick in the butt now and then…but also a peek into his own life. From his stumbles and his success so far (he’s still a youngster!), he’s learned some lessons and he shares them here. From that, what comes through is that he places a high value on clear thinking, openness to self and others (ok, yes, he certainly hides a few things when performing on stage), as well as a “just do it” orientation and commitment.
But make no mistake, he pays his dues and does his homework. He was stubborn enough as a child to commit to reaching a goal by working at it relentlessly. Thus, he offers us, no recipe made of short-cuts. Instead, this book - and this man - remind us there’s no escape from hard work and dedication to mastering skills, physical and mental, in order to achieve outcomes. ~Amazon Reviewer
Want to be one of the most interesting people at your next social or business gathering? Want to know what one easy step you can take to find a solution to a problem? Want to learn how to multiply the power of your mind? Then “[think] Like A Mind Reader” is the book for you!
I have to admit I was skeptical. My psyche requires empirical confirmation before I can truly believe in something. So, I put Mr. Pritchard’s strategies to the test.
Did I become more interesting? Yes! More surprising to me, though, was that others became more interesting, too. The easy step to solving problems? Yep. Easy and effective. Multiplying mind power? Hmmmm. Simple in concept but more complex in execution because you have to become a logophile.
This book has already helped me make more money, be more creative, improved my personal and professional relationships, and made problem solving easier. And I’m only halfway through the book.
Written with a contemporary and illuminating sophistication, Mr. Pritchard’s strategies are one giant giant step toward “Surround[ing] yourself with people who are smarter than you” - Russell Simmons
Highly recommended. ~Amazon Reviewer