The Me Myth: What do you mean it's not all about me?

The Me Myth What do you mean it s not all about me Successful businessman and bestselling author Andrew Griffiths has a simple but effective message to share it s time to stop analysing our lives and time to start living Andrew defines The Me Myth as

  • Title: The Me Myth: What do you mean it's not all about me?
  • Author: Andrew Griffiths
  • ISBN: 9780731814251
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
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    Successful businessman and bestselling author Andrew Griffiths has a simple but effective message to share it s time to stop analysing our lives and time to start living Andrew defines The Me Myth as the limiting belief that the world revolves around me In short chapters he gives advice on how to shift the focus away from me and start living a better life throughSuccessful businessman and bestselling author Andrew Griffiths has a simple but effective message to share it s time to stop analysing our lives and time to start living Andrew defines The Me Myth as the limiting belief that the world revolves around me In short chapters he gives advice on how to shift the focus away from me and start living a better life through simple actions like mastering empathy, giving generously, inspiring people and having fun The message is simple, but profound And, most importantly, Andrew makes the journey fun The Me Myth is a result of Andrew s observations as well as his own personal journey His life has been filled with extraordinary hardships and obstacles, from an unusual childhood to near death experiences, which he has not only overcome, but thrived on This is the next step in personal growth it s time to move away from internal analysis and move the focus outwards

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    • TW Yeung says:

      superbly easy to read and smooth to follow + honestly revealing and inspiring!you can definitely relate yourself with the author's own personal journey and find inspirations throughout the book. highly recommended!

    • Leticia says:

      This book's spine has been peering out of my office bookshelves for ages. Actually, 'ages' doesn't quite feel long enough. If you read this other review, you would have heard the story about how that book arrived on my doorstep. The Me Myth was in the same package of books.It started out quite promisingly. Andrew Griffiths has an easygoing, very Australian style about his work. It's the kind of narrative that makes an Aussie feel quite at home. It's one that is at once self-deprecating, honest, [...]

    • Sheila says:

      To say Andrew Griffiths has had an interesting life would be a serious understatement. Deserted by parents, abused by carers, and more, you could excuse him for feeling down on life. But instead he tells each chapter with an upbeat hope, ending with the sort of question that makes his tale apply to the boring everyday lives of his readers. Then he challenges us to make the most of our lives. The comfortably familiar can hold a child back from hope, and an adult from learning to make something of [...]

    • Chris says:

      It's a self-help book that's similar to other self-help books but uses the 'Me Myth' theme to try to distinguish itself. (In reality, of course, all self-help books are encouraging people to focus on themselves). The author had a very bad childhood (the woman who bought him up was a monster) but overcame it.I suspect that some parts were made up e.g. the author said that he received advice for improvements to his business that would cost $5000 to implement then bought a lottery ticket and won $5 [...]

    • Banafsheh Serov says:

      As self-help books go, this is not one of the best. Griffiths is a successful entrepreneur who repeatedly reminds his readers of his humble beginnings. Drawn purely from his own life experiences, The Me Myth lacks the authority that comes from cumulative studies conducted by researchers and psychologists. Griffiths however does offer some sound advice ‘the less time you spend thinking about ‘me’ and the more time you spend getting on with living, the greater your life will become’ and th [...]

    • Tricia says:

      Great read! Easy to read, funny and light hearted. Now I'm inspired!

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