The original post was written BEFORE I got my copy of The Bug Free Mind book from Andy Shaw. This is the actual review:
I knew it was worth reading, (muscle tested it, of course) but I had no idea why. The truth value sounds like not enough, but compared to others’ truth value, it is at least twice, and what may be even more important: it talks about things, it makes you think about things that no one else does… except me.
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As I mentioned in a previous article, the Bug Free books** can be your kindergarten, elementary school and maybe even your college… Then you need, if you are ambitious enough, if you have done well enough in those grades, you can start working with me.
Yesterday I had a session with a student, and that really drove it home for me.
Attending a class with me gives you the instant illusion that you have learned something. That you know something.
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