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Title : Clarity: Clear Your Mind, Have More Time, Make Better Decisions and Achieve Bigger Results
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ISBN : 9780857084484
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Number of Pages : 280 Pages
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Clarity: Clear Your Mind, Have More Time, Make Better Decisions and Achieve Bigger Results Reviews

  • Will Once
    2019-02-25 14:43

    This book is weird. It is called "Clarity", but it is one of the most muddled and difficult to read books that I have ever come across. The layout of the book is incredibly distracting, with a bewildering array of different fonts, shouting in CAPITALS, text-boxes, italics. Each chapter ends with a URL and QR code to go for further information, although I am not quite sure why you would want to.The book starts reasonably well. We need clarity in our lives because we are distracted by things we don't need and superstitious thinking. And I thought ... yup, that sounds sensible. On that basis I bought the book.But about a quarter of the way in, it started to dawn on me. It is yet another of those "it's all in your mind" books that promises much but delivers very little.And that means ...... lots of cod-scientific analogies that don't actually make much sense. Everything from the discovery of germs, the realisation that the world is round and the film Inception. It all gets thrown in to "prove" the main theory.... three column lists... always a promise of the answer being on the next page, and the next and the next... words like "paradigm" being thrown around.... repetition, repetition, repetition.... meaningless diagrams with arrows pointing from one vague word to another... MIND, THOUGHT, CONSCIOUSNESSAfter a while, the book began to be spookily familiar. I had read much of the same stuff in a book called "Instant Motivation" by Chantal Burns. Very similar lists and terminology. And similarly lacking in any scientific evidence.There is the germ of a good idea in here. That is what elevates it from a one star to two. That is what got me to read the book in the first place.But it is so poorly presented and repetitive and opaque that it can't get beyond two stars.Not recommended.

  • Robert Nelson
    2019-03-19 12:39

    The middle chapters lost my interest because they talked about how we perceive our mental images of reality instead of reality itself, which should be familiar to anyone with a moderate background in philosophy. However, I liked the beginning and end of the book because they really got me thinking about how we so often buy into the myth of what Smart calls "superstitious" thinking--not in the sense of ghosts and the paranormal but rather in the sense of getting caught up in the outside world and not seeing the forest for the trees. I'm not sure whether his goal is to just help people see the world more clearly to solve problems or to help people reduce their anxiety/depression/etc. by realizing that it is not reality that is making them feel bad but rather their own thoughts about reality. Either way, clarity will presumably set us free. Examples that Smart gives include a dog realizing that he is chasing his own tail and doctors learning about germ theory for the first time. If I understood the book correctly, my own example would be a situation at work where everyone in the office kept complaining about how we never got the extra computer we needed and always were told to put in a request with the secretary. While everyone went up in arms about being deferred to someone else again, I simply put in the request to the secretary, and we ended up getting the computer.

  • Lindsay
    2019-03-08 09:32

    One of my pet peeves is Life coachy 'self help' books or shows. I avoid them like the plague. I really liked 'Clarity' from the beginning because it is NOT steeped in dime store mysticism, or great yet to be revealed 'Secret' knowledge. It is simply an exploration of your thinking and the patterns that result as a consequence of reactionary and superstitious thought. The clarity lies in the fact that everything you need to 'connect' is already within you. You don't require self help, just simple self knowledge. It is a further exploration of innate thinking and intuition. For those that require the sciency approach (like me) The writer provides plenty of 'data' to back up his assertions. The simplicity of the approach is what appeals most to me, and the fact that it is neither new agey or religious in its approach. A good and thoughtful read.

  • Dawn Peers
    2019-03-04 15:26

    Clarity by Jamie Smart brings together a lot of "modern thinking" ideas on the arrangement of your inner personal space (thoughts, oh, I'm sorry, THOUGHTS in your mind... whoops, MIND).It's a well-laid out, well edited and well written book. Smart clearly believes in what he's pounding out on the pages and doesn't hold back in what he's trying to communicate to us, the reader. To be honest, from a book that exonerates clear thinking and bigger results, I would expect a well-delivered tome.I'll be taking away some good messages and decent tidbits from this, but...Jamie Smart feels compelled to write IMPORTANT words repeatedly in CAPS. I don't appreciate being SHOUTED at when I'm reading. It jolts the brain. And trade-marking small phrases? Oh please, give it a rest.Couple with the lack of practical exercises to give real-world context and practice to what Smart is trying to construct, and you're left with barebones ideas. Because these ideas aren't a pile of shash, he gets three stars instead of two.

  • Monwar Hussain
    2019-03-17 11:47

    This is a book I happened to had on my phone. This was, well, mostly for toilet reading. And as it so often happens, it then became breakfast reading, then work break reading, then meeting reading, then lunch reading... you know it!The author does one thing very well: illustrating the simulatory nature of our 100-trillion-neuron machine. This biological phenomena and its philosophical implications are alluded to in other books, but Dimon develops it into very clear business practises. He uses repeatation and structure; did he knew readers would only read this book during short breaks? The structure is almost perfect for the kind of reading I did.On the negative side, Jamie Smart doesn't provide a sense of completion. Some of the ideas are almost half developed. This is somtimes good, sometimes confusing. Perhaps later in the book we will see a grand synthesis, but for now, parts of the book are still disjointed to me.I take this book as very good practical neurobiological philosophy. :P

  • Enda Hackett
    2019-03-21 09:23

    Clarity is a book that skims over many self help issues and advice. It repeats many points I have previously read in other books. The author at some stages seems to be writing just for the sake of it and those url and smartphone reminders at the end of each chapter are just page fillers and annoying.

  • Conrad Toft
    2019-03-18 09:33

    A good simple premise: don't mistake your thoughts for reality. Continue for way too many pages of psycho-babble. Having finished the book, though, I must admit that it has changed by outlook on life.

  • Iamsaud
    2019-02-20 12:46

    This book has cleared my vision towards everything from inside to outside !! must re-read it again

  • Leo
    2019-03-05 16:39

    What a mind shifting book!!! After reading Jamie's book, i have been able to apply Clarity to my life and relationships. Thank you for putting your wisdom in writing Jamie.

  • Nelson Marcos
    2019-03-21 17:34

    An interesting approach to a new problem. Instead of adding new techniques to handle your daily life, this books tries to show you how to let your mind to his job without pushing it too hard.

  • Jared
    2019-03-09 13:20

    Clarity is another self-actualization book that I picked up. Typically, these 'new you' books dont make much of an impression on me but this one actually made me think and I caught myself contemplating its concepts during the day. The first few pages talk about a 'hidden hamster wheel' that many of us find ourselves on. I had no idea what such a term meant but the author went on to describe how many of us tell ourselves things like "I'll be happy when.., ". Its a conditional phrase, the author says, the keeps us from becoming happy and fulfilled. "Okay, let's see where he goes with this", I thought. The author goes on to describe how our thoughts is what determines our reality and provides the lens through which we experience life. As a result, our daily lives are impacted tremendously by our thoughts which are based on how our mind sees the world around us. To get the full concept you will need to read the book. At any rate, I really was caught by the message - which is definitely some New Age malarkey in case you are wondering. If you want to change your outlook and try to be more positive and let go of prejudicial, erroneous thoughts then give this book a read.

  • Dawn Peers
    2019-03-16 16:43

    Clarity by Jamie Smart brings together a lot of "modern thinking" ideas on the arrangement of your inner personal space (thoughts, oh, I'm sorry, THOUGHTS in your mind... whoops, MIND).It's a well-laid out, well edited and well written book. Smart clearly believes in what he's pounding out on the pages and doesn't hold back in what he's trying to communicate to us, the reader. To be honest, from a book that exonerates clear thinking and bigger results, I would expect a well-delivered tome.I'll be taking away some good messages and decent tidbits from this, but...Jamie Smart feels compelled to write IMPORTANT words repeatedly in CAPS. I don't appreciate being SHOUTED at when I'm reading. It jolts the brain. And trade-marking small phrases? Oh please, give it a rest.Couple with the lack of practical exercises to give real-world context and practice to what Smart is trying to construct, and you're left with barebones ideas. Because these ideas aren't a pile of shash, he gets three stars instead of two.

  • Dawn Peers
    2019-02-27 13:29

    Clarity by Jamie Smart brings together a lot of "modern thinking" ideas on the arrangement of your inner personal space (thoughts, oh, I'm sorry, THOUGHTS in your mind... whoops, MIND).It's a well-laid out, well edited and well written book. Smart clearly believes in what he's pounding out on the pages and doesn't hold back in what he's trying to communicate to us, the reader. To be honest, from a book that exonerates clear thinking and bigger results, I would expect a well-delivered tome.I'll be taking away some good messages and decent tidbits from this, but...Jamie Smart feels compelled to write IMPORTANT words repeatedly in CAPS. I don't appreciate being SHOUTED at when I'm reading. It jolts the brain. And trade-marking small phrases? Oh please, give it a rest.Couple with the lack of practical exercises to give real-world context and practice to what Smart is trying to construct, and you're left with barebones ideas. Because these ideas aren't a pile of shash, he gets three stars instead of two.

  • Scott and Becky Wells
    2019-02-28 12:34

    Enlightening, inspiring, and life-changing.Jamie Smart has eloquently presented the world with a new way of understanding. A new way of living. It's natural, innate, and within everyone's grasp. An absolute must read!!

  • Tom
    2019-03-13 13:35

    Modern theory on self improvement presented In a convoluted way with an annoying copyrighted system and constant use of silly concepts such as THOUGHT(R) or MIND (R) etc. Very little substance to the book.I have been into books on how our brains work and how we can make ourselves better by recognizing and working with their strengths and limitations. There are many many better books on this topic that make the process of improving our thinking and quality of life so much easier to understand. Definitely would not recommend this book.

  • Maryam
    2019-03-12 09:28

    I usually don't like self help books but decided to read a few. It is not a how to book. It is more of an enlightenment. I disagreed with it on some point which I think was not the purpose of this book. You have to let go of your beliefs and be a little more acceptable to different thinking. I did gain some insight which hopefully will benefit me.

  • Tariq Mahmood
    2019-03-08 15:31

    Jamie's differentiation of thoughts into categories, inside-out and outside-in is definitely a new concept to savour. Most of the other concepts are already covered by any book or resource on Mindfullness. The narration of this book was subdued and sounded artificial otherwise for a self help book, this was a great listen.

  • Nikolay Yordanov
    2019-03-09 16:44

    First half of the book was great and said most of the stuff. Even 30% were also enough. The rest was not needed and ruined the initial enthusiasm I got from the book. Anyway the idea is great. The Michael Neill's - Inside-Out Revolution is the better book about the topic. Read the books in side by side!!!

  • Stephanie
    2019-03-17 17:22

    I found this book rather difficult to read because the language of the book (POV) was not very clear--and ideas were not really clarified. Irony--for the title is about "clarity." It held some promise from time to time and would lose me. I don't consider myself super intelligent, but I felt really lost reading this.I found other authors who were much more effective in presenting this topic.

  • David Taylor
    2019-02-26 13:19

    Too theoretical for my liking. Maybe some of the concepts are just too difficult to put into words. I still don't truly know what innate thinking is. Still there are nuggets of wisdom to take away. Food for thought perhaps.

  • Mohamed makram
    2019-03-13 10:35

    مش واضح!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anna
    2019-03-09 10:21

    Authored by a power-selling narcissist. "Think like a winner" and invest in something else.

  • Mohamed
    2019-03-02 14:45

    I don't think the writer understands what he's talking about because he can't explain his idea and keeps repeating what he's saying.

  • Peter Galamaga
    2019-03-20 13:38

    Hmmmm. This is one of those instances where I'm not sure if something is amazing...or total BS. I'm going to re-read it.

  • Brindusa Axon
    2019-03-16 16:41

    the kind of book that you'll come back to, again and again and it will surprise you with new insights

  • Ilya Mrz
    2019-02-25 13:30

    Love this book, but WTF Jamie is a fat PIG.I also hate his way write a book like a F,,,ING SALES LETTER (site)Jimie do not do it again or I'll find you and f. b.,, haha!Thats really annoying

  • Bradley Lock
    2019-03-16 16:47

    The paradigm shock is profound, unexpected content as my intention of reading this book was to gain different insights. A pleasant surprise to discover a uniquely impacting reading experience!

  • Kris
    2019-03-06 11:19

    Thought-provoking concept on how our feelings are only our thoughts in the current moment.

  • Babou
    2019-03-02 11:27

    Excellent Self-help book from NLP guru. His writing style in this book amazing & provides perfect "Clarity"

  • Bhavesh Ramburn
    2019-02-18 17:46

    This book confused me from beginning to end. I just didn't get acquire any new knowledge that was applicable. A lot of stories but it didn't change any of my beliefs and thoughts.