• Ninja Psychology 101

  • Learn How to Train Your Mind to Become Invincible
  • By: Madison Taylor
  • Narrated by: Jim D. Johnston
  • Length: 3 hrs and 20 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)

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Did you want to become a ninja as a kid? Do you still want to, at least a little? Who wouldn't want to be a ninja? Ninjas are ruthless and stealthy and always cool. Well, now is your chance to make your dream come true. All of your dreams can come true now, actually. This book will teach you how to become a true ninja at life.

This book holds the secrets to totally transforming your life and yourself into a ninja of the mind. By being a ninja of the mind, you become ruthless, efficient, patient, discerning, and disciplined. All of these traits enable you to make your life's dreams come true. They enable you to go after what you want without fear or doubt. They also enable you to become a master of every area of your life.

If you feel powerless, that is just because you are giving your power to other people. By learning ninja psychology, you will take your power back to yourself and use it as you see fit. This allows you to become the ultimate best at whatever you want to be. You can achieve anything that you want by using ninja psychology.

Ninja psychology is not just a self-help philosophy. It is a game-changing philosophy for people who are tired of not living their best lives. It is a way to make all of your dreams come true and your life amazing.

©2017 Madison Taylor (P)2017 Madison Taylor

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“How to be a psychopath!”

Chapter 4: “your enemies father left him a stamp collection, it’s all he has left of him. Destroy it” is but one example of why it should be called “Becoming a psychopath”.

F*** this book. A genuine nut wrote this, the entire thing is projecting and contradicting. And I bought it. Don’t do it. Sucks audible is lacking on authentic shonobi material. Because this “author” is NO authority, on anything.

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need to screen your narrators better.

seem like a good book to listen to, i stopped 3 minutes in because of annoying narration. every time he annunciates an S or Sh he basically whistles. ill be sure not to get any other audio books with this guy narrating. getting kindle instead and im not happy i wasted a credit.

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This is an interesting book for passing time. It suggests ways of behave and think not necesary convebtional.