‘Using a Bug Free Mind’ is the second book by Andy Shaw in a 2 book series, following on from our review of ‘Creating a Bug Free Mind‘. If you want to see an overview of both books, then we would recommend that you read : A Bug Free Mind Overview.
These books are important to the world of self-improvement…. very important. So much so that we have a total of 5 articles in this series. Links to the other articles can be found on the Bug Free Mind Overview page (link above).
If you are looking to purchase this book, then you can, here.
It’s important to understand that this book is to be read and applied after you have cleared the ‘baggage’ from your mind. There is no point in trying to put fresh water into a polluted pond (you’ll still have pollutants in the pond) or, to use another analogy, put new advanced software onto a computer with a virus (it will just corrupt the new software).
Assuming that you have cleared out your poor internal programming (e.g.fears, procrastination, self-confidence issues etc.), we shall now go through each chapter of the Using A Bug Free Mind book, hi-lighting the key learning points.
As with Creating a Bug Free Mind (the first book), this book also comes in audio format. As we have both versions, we shall high-light where there are (small) differences in the content.
Each title (below) is followed by the number of pages in the book and the length of the audio track for that particular chapter.
Review of Using A Bug Free Mind
Introduction – (Book 25 pages / Audio 48mins 21secs)
There are 5 elements to this introduction :
1. Special Thanks
Although the author is critical of the way personal development is taught (see Creating a Bug Free Mind), he provides a list of 8 recommended books which complement the 2 books he has written.
2. How the book was written and why
We learn of the author’s recovery from his roller coaster career. From these experiences though, he started to share his knowledge on an old website he had. The articles received good reviews and he soon realized that this material should be shared with a much wider audience.
3. Chaotic thought – The human problem
In this part of the chapter, we learn that personal development fails the vast majority of people (over 99% in fact) who study it. People are starting out with poor internal programming and expecting to load new software (i.e. self-improvement programs) onto corrupt computers (i.e. our minds).
We also learn that we need a structured way of thinking, to replace the chaotic way that most people think at present. Think of this as needing an operating system (like we need Windows to make sense of our computers). Most of us are pushing information into our heads with no real operating system to organize it all. THAT is the problem.
The personal development ‘experts’ know how to make the system work for them and design the courses to fit their minds…. not yours. Of course, there are a small minority of people who are ‘in tune’ with the experts way of thinking and they are in the minority who actually make these self-help programs work (these can be mental programs, and physical ones – like weight loss programs).
We may understand the program to start off with, but as soon as something ‘gets in the way’ and throws us off track, then all of the good learnings are thrown out of the window. Examples :
- A weight-loss program is de-railed when you have ‘had a bad day at work’ and want ‘comfort food’
- A fitness program is thrown off-track because you lose motivation one morning (“I just can’t be bothered”)
- The lessons from a time management, or goal-setting, program are thrown out of the window when you’ve had a bad day at work and you just want to slump in front of the TV
Andy provides an interesting ‘circle of doom’ with respect to personal growth material and hints that we could be chasing our tails with the information we consume. You end up reading a load of stuff that you just can’t implement.
FOR ANYONE WHO HAS READ A LOT OF PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT BOOKS, OR KNOWS A LOT OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE SUBJECT, BUT STILL CAN’T MAKE ANY OF IT WORK IN THEIR OWN LIVES, THEN THE MIDDLE PART OF THIS CHAPTER IS DEFINITELY FOR YOU !!!!
Knowing self-improvement material intellectually and being able to apply it are two totally separate things !!!
Shaw uses an excellent pond analogy :
Are you still drinking (thinking) from a dirty pond after 20, 30, 40, 50 years ?? Of course you are. The dirty water is your life experiences and these don’t stop seeping into your pond. You need an effective filtering system (i.e. the Bug Free Mind Books).
This is a structured system of thought (like a computer operating system). It’s like having grammar to assist words in a language. Without grammar and a recognized structure for sentences, the words on a page would just be meaningless. That is exactly how we are thinking. We are thinking without grammar. Saltori (as taught in these books) is the grammar for the mind.
Thomas Edison recognized that we needed light bulbs. Andy Shaw has recognized that we need a structured way of thinking. He defines Saltori thinking as :
“Purposeful use of the mind’s power to achieve health, wealth, wisdom, and of course inevitable success”.
He goes on to say that Saltori is :
- Structured thought applied without effort
- Becoming predominately awake (i.e. being present)
- Thinking on purpose, not by accident
- Thought consideration
- Thinking consciously, not acting unconsciously
- Intending without need, without want, and without hope
- Being relaxed, harmonious, serene and above all happy
In short, Saltori is a way of taking back control of your thinking (no it’s not hard work) and therefore giving you much more control over the outcomes in your life.
He goes on to define it even further – leaving the reader very motivated and inspired to read on. Then we learn a list of the potential benefits of this system :
- Know your true life purpose
- Effortlessly create any desired outcome which aligns with your life purpose
- Eliminate doubt, worry, negativity, fear, stress anxiety, depression, overwhelm, and loss
- Eliminate, or use to your advantage, procrastination
- Find true love
- Discover yourself, know yourself, and master yourself
5. How to get the most out of the book
- You have to know that this is the missing piece (that realization soon drops into place)
- You have to read and apply what you are told
Shaw provides some techniques which makes the process as easy as possible. We are told that the magic solution is not at the end of the book, but it’s contained within each page. However, you are unlikely to absorb everything on the first read through…. and you really do have to absorb what is being taught if you want to see success from this process.
We learn in this chapter how Andy first discovered the Law of Attraction and how he used it to design his perfect partner. This woman became his eventual wife.
Shaw goes on to say how he used this same ‘system’ to create £millions. However, once he stopped using this ‘process of thought’ his life turned upside down.
Chapter 2 – Seeing Is Believing Right ? ….Wrong (Book: 9pgs / Audio: 21:27)
In this chapter, we learn that believing is weak, and knowing is strong. Believing is just a thought that you hold until something better comes along. Knowing is unshakable.
Think of the times when you’ve said, “I believe xyz is going to happen in the future”. For example :
“I believe I’m going to see success in my career in the next 12 months”
Now swap the word believe with “know”. Does it feel right, or are you secretly shaking your head in ‘disbelief’ as you are saying it ? If it does not feel right, then you don’t know it at all (and therefore don’t really believe it). Basically, IT’S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN !!!
You need to work out (using these books) WHY the above didn’t feel right. You might have to really dig deep – but it’s something you simply MUST do !!!
“I’ll believe it when I see it”
This is a common phrase that people use all the time. However, it’s totally the wrong way to think. You need to ‘believe’ it in your mind first – THEN you’ll see it for real. All great inventions start off being ‘seen’ first. So you should be saying:
“I’ll see it when I believe it”
There are lots of things in our life that we can’t see (electricity, radio waves, anything when the lights are switched off etc.). This doesn’t mean that they are not there. Similarly, just because you can’t see life’s opportunities it doesn’t mean they are not there in front of you.
The useful ‘summary of techniques’ section starts from this chapter onwards.
Chapter 3 – Creating Your Design For Your Ideal Life (Book: 8pgs / Audio: 18:12)
The purpose of this book is for people to learn to create by design and on purpose, as opposed to just creating by accident (as most people do). In addition, it’s important to note that creating a life by design should not be seen as ‘work’ (a word often attached to goal-setting), but rather an effortless process (like eating is).
You’ve got to be able to ‘conceive’ and then ‘know’ before you can ‘create’. The author goes into quite some detail about these words.
There are no ‘summary of techniques’ at the end of this chapter.
Chapter 4 – Why The F**k Do You Believe In Luck ? (Book: 10pgs / Audio: 22:59)
So many people believe in luck…… or worse they rely on luck.
However, if you believe in luck you are effectively saying that you are out of control and you’re relying on external forces to ‘provide’ for you. This is NOT the way to live your life. Take control of your life and you will be much more successful….. AND happier.
We learn a lot, from Andy, about the thoughts of Professor Wiseman from his book “The Four Principles of Luck”. Shaw takes a couple of the exercises from Wiseman’s book and repeats them – informing us of how he scored himself.
Luck is just another word for ‘chance’. Therefore, you can create your own luck simply by increasing you ‘chances’ of success.
Chapter 5 – The Process Of Success (Book: 16pgs / Audio: 39:04)
This chapter contains a lot of tips and words of wisdom about success, rather than being a blueprint for success.
You are going to make bad decisions along the way. Successful people take the learnings from them and move on. Unsuccessful people will carry around the ‘baggage’, from the bad decisions, for years (i.e. they will become hesitant about making decisions in the future… or just won’t make them at all).
By reading a book you are either planting a seed or watering those which are already planted. So ONLY read good books. Andy Shaw makes some brilliant points about the medias portrayal (and assumption) of rich people; and another a brilliant point about the Titanic film and it’s portrayal of poor people.
We then look at the way that modern-day TV soap operas are set up – full of ‘doom and gloom’, to make ‘normal people’ feel better about their lives.
Chapter 6 – You’re Amazing (Book: 9pgs / Audio: 20:52)
This is a short but very enjoyable chapter (we learnt a lot that actually inspired us to write a few articles, expanding on Andy’s teachings).
In this chapter, we learn about how our Reticular Activating System (RAS) is our internal spam filter. It does a great job in preventing us from being overwhelmed. However, we have to make sure that it has the correct ‘settings’ so that it will provide all of the information we need in order for us to achieve our desires. We set the RAS by clearly defining what it is that we actually desire.
As soon as you know what you’re looking for, the opportunities will become more obvious to you (the filter is ‘activated’). However, if you don’t know what it is you desire then the information hi-lighting the opportunities you need is likely to get caught up in this filter and you won’t be made aware of it….. even if it’s right under your nose !!
Andy speaks briefly here about the power of visualization to help ‘program’ our Reticular Activating System. Visualizing takes little time and very little effort, but it is vital for our programming.
It really is as simple as :
- knowing your destination and
- Visualizing the steps that’s going to get you there
Andy uses some great analogies in this short chapter covering :
- The flight of a plane
- Booking a holiday
- Going to a seminar with the intention of finding out how to make money
Shaw also touches on the importance of programing our minds for success. For example, you once had to program your mind to walk. You didn’t know the ‘facts about walking’ when you started out. You would have even failed at some points. However, after programing your mind and body (i.e. practice) you knew how to do it.
Finally, the author comes up with an alternative phrase for ‘goal-setting’, which traditionally is a term that sounds really boring and ‘hard-work’….. is it any wonder why people are put off by this ? His new phrase is much more compelling and leaves you with motivation to want to start immediately.
Chapter 7 – Having A Sense Of Direction (Book: 18pgs / Audio: 38:40)
Andy starts this chapter drawing on his experience in window manufacturing. Initially, he wasn’t an expert in this field, so when his members of staff had a problem he would employ a sneaky little trick so he could he come up with a logical solution for them. We can easily employ this same methodology when we have our own problems and are ‘stuck’.
Shaw identifies the principle reason we struggle to achieve our life desires and what we can do to avoid this in the future. We are then provided with a step-by-step approach to achieving our main goals.
We are encouraged to write out 6 of our past goals in this chapter – 3 that were a success and 3 that were a failure. Andy provides some insightful commentary as to why we didn’t succeed with some of them (and it doesn’t matter what your goals were, his conclusions can work for all).
Do you wonder why you often say, “Why does this keep happening to me ?” or “Why am I not getting what I want ?”. You’re effectively on a ‘walkabout’. This is explained in the book.
Chapter 8 – Simply Mind Boggling (Book: 11pgs / Audio: 24:24)
This is a fascinating chapter, where the author has drawn on the knowledge of Phil Gosling and his book “Success Engineering”.
Andy talks about the body and mind. He actually makes quantum physics understandable (for those of us who have been trying to make sense of it for years). There are a lot of strange-sounding phrases like : sub-atomic particles, quarks, leptons, and fermions. However, don’t get too wrapped up with the terminology.
Shaw talks about numbers…. BIG numbers (with lots of 0’s), but the purpose is all explained later in the chapter as he relates this all back to the power of your brain….. which is your own mega-computer.
The point of all this is not to under-estimate your mind, or its capabilities. But if our brains are so brilliant (and you WILL realize this after reading this chapter) then why do people struggle in their lives ? The author has this point covered !!
Chapter 9 – Some Of The Successes I’ve Had (Book: 22pgs / Audio: 50:21)
This chapter is more about the author. However, readers should not be put off by this. Andy had set himself the goal of “I want to be a millionaire in 2 years” in one of his earlier careers. This had three ‘roadblocks’ to it, which he covers off in this chapter.
The key to this chapter is that Shaw not only tells you what successes he’s had, but how exactly he achieved those successes (in his career, health, relationships, and weight loss). It is the type of thing that everyone can do and it’s very inspiring.
He then goes onto provide 6 commonalities which have enabled him to achieve ALL of his goals. NB there are only 5 in the audio, so if you end up buying the audios, then the 6th one – from p112 of the updated book – is:
“I worked on it UNTIL I achieved it”
The final part of this chapter is a great section, where the author debunks the ‘traditional recommendations’ for setting goals for self-belief, confidence and perseverance. When you read this part of the book you’re likely to have a real ‘a-ha’ moment.
Chapter 10 – The Biggest problem Is You Don’t Know What You ‘Want’ (Book: 18pgs / Audio: 40:37)
This chapter starts off explaining one of the key reasons why you are not succeeding. After this, it is time for the reader to do a bit of work. You are encouraged to undertake a written exercise that will be really challenging for some….. but very revealing…. especially when the author analysis what you’ve written (based on the structure of your sentence).
Andy Shaw is pretty hard-hitting at this point, with some insightful commentary. This really is time for you to ‘step up’. Do you REALLY want to be a success ?
The Law of Detachment is covered as it is a crucial part of the manifesting process. We have all had those moments when we’ve ‘tried’ to think of an answer to something. However, the more we tried the further from the answer we became. So we ‘gave up’…. Then, ‘all of a sudden’ our subconscious mind fed us the answer, as if by magic. This only happens after we become ‘detached’ from ‘trying’ to find the solution.
Manifesting your desires should happen without effort (i.e. just like when you want to make a cup of coffee – you just do it). THAT is the level you need to get to, to be successful.
In the final part of the chapter, Andy looks at the problem with being too attached to our desires.
Chapter 11 – It’s All About How You Look At Things (Book: 19pgs / Audio: 42:10)
The start of the 11th chapter is devoted to looking at what you can give to the world, as opposed to what it can give to you. Give value and you will be rewarded.
The Author then talks about disappointment and how best to handle it. Disappointment is a form of dissatisfaction and that is not a positive mental state. Observe your reaction to it and then just allow the disappointment to dissolve.
Goal-setting sounds like ‘hard work’ and it’s the reason why so many are put off engaging in it. However, designing your life should be a pleasurable experience and something to get excited about.
What follows in this chapter has had people talking on the Bug Free World membership site. It is designed for you to exercise your manifestation skills. Once you can do this your whole world opens up !!!
Anyone skeptical about manifesting should read (or hear) the commentary from the author at this point. He puts forward some compelling points that just might dissolve some of the skepticism.
Towards the end of this chapter, Andy introduces the concept of creating your designs (fully covered in the following chapter). It is useful that he provides some background at this point and also shines a light on the possible obstacles that your ego (poor programming) is likely to throw at you.
Buckle up…. This is where it gets REALLY INTERESTING……..
Chapter 12 – Creating Your Designs (Book: 28pgs / Audio: 59:53)
The emphasis of this chapter is about enjoyment. Designing your future life should be enjoyable. if you start to see it as ‘work’ then you are self-sabotaging and your poor programming (ego) is trying to take over.
The author asks an interesting question :
“How many hours have you devoted to ‘life planning’ so far ?”
To make the process easier, Shaw provides a link to a downloadable MS Word document. This ‘desire template’ is the starting point for designing your life. He also mentions software which is being designed. However, as at the start of 2014 this software is still not yet available.
You are then provided with a 13-part step-by-step process to designing you life. Whilst many people will want to immediately dive into this section, it really is recommended that you have cleared your mind of bugs before you go anywhere near this process.
There is a lot of guidance given as you go through each step, with plenty of prompting questions and thought-provoking statements.
Chapter 13 – Why Do People Usually Choose The Hard Way (Book: 24pgs / Audio: 55:48)
There’s a short, but complicated, section at the start of this chapter whereby the author explains the battle you’ll have against your own ego. Basically, your ego has the advantage as it is playing the ‘long game’ and waits for you to drop your guard….. which you are almost certain to. Being present every now and again is not good enough. You must be predominantly present to win this game.
Andy then goes on to talk about following the ‘herds’ (we all do it). The crucial thing is to follow the right herd. Now depending on what bonuses Andy provides when you buy the book (or audio), you may get complimentary free access to his “Bug free World” on-line mastermind group. This is well wort attending, as there are some very smart questions being asked and a lot of encouragement from fellow members.
Next, comes some advice on what to do if you get wrapped up in a ‘destructive conversation’ with someone, or you find yourself watching a ‘destructive’ TV show. Once you are open to the fact that TV serves very little purpose for someone looking for success, then it is very easy to stop watching it.
One guy in the Successful Personal Growth offices has only switched on his TV 3 times in the past 6 months (and on each of those occasions it was for less than 3 hours). He says that he has never learnt so much since he made the decision not to watch it any longer.
Following on from this, the author talks about the importance of ‘play’. It is what humans were designed to do. We did it as children and it was a natural thing for us to do. Young animals also play – it’s natural. Play is when we are at our happiest – so do more of it.
In the next part of the chapter, Shaw looks at some tactics to help you when your friends and family start to question what you are doing with this whole Using a Bug Free Mind process. And doubtless there will be a few concerns, or at least raised eyebrows, as you move from a ‘normal’ uninspiring life-style to one which is helping you to get things done and seeing success.
In particular, there is a good section on how to handle arguments (when perhaps you are starting to diverge from a partner who doesn’t understand the road that you are now on).
Finally, Andy Shaw looks at dead-lines. In many other personal development programs we are taught to set deadlines. This might be good for the planning stage, but is not good for the creation stage. If you desire something in your life, don’t put pressure on yourself by setting a time-scale. Success will come to you when the time is right.
Chapter 14 – No Thought Stands Still (Book: 24pgs / Audio: 54:39)
Shaw starts the chapter talking about auto-suggestion, and intention statements. These are very powerful affirmations which are well worth exploring further.
In his ‘clarity of mind’ section, Andy hits you with something that will go against the teachings of many goal-setting gurus (we totally agree with him though). He tells us why we should NOT share our goals and plans with anyone else (some say you should, as ‘other people’ – who know of your plans – will hold you accountable).
Half-way through the chapter, Shaw unexpectedly gets you to bring in ‘No Mind’ (from Creating a Bug Free Mind) for 30 seconds. Even having practiced this for the past 6 months, this is still a hard thing to master ‘on demand’. We highly recommend practicing ‘No Mind’ at the end of each chapter of ‘Creating a Bug Free Mind’ – this is something you MUST master as your ‘internal dialogue’ will continue to drag you down – even during this transition process.
And don’t think that 6 months is a long time not to have mastered ‘No Mind’ (even for us working in a personal growth company). The author goes on to quote a letter from someone who finally mastered the silencing of his mind…… after 8 months.
Chapter 15 – Design Around Your Weakness (Book: 9pgs / Audio: 20:48)
Andy Shaw talks briefly about his own potential self-sabotage during the writing of these books.
He then talks about debt and the fact that we should not see this as a bad thing, but something which we should accept and learn from. We also self-sabotage with our health and this is covered briefly by the author in this chapter as well.
Chapter 16 – The Truth, The Whole Truth (Book: 20pgs / Audio: 49:15)
There’s a great start to this chapter, which we at successfulpersonalgrowth.com can totally relate to. Andy tells us why people procrastinate on goals. Basically, there is too much emphasis on the regimented approach to goal-setting; and how we apply the goals once we have them ‘set’.
Shaw then goes on to talk about creating our life designs and how we should not see this as work, but a pleasurable activity. 3 days of ‘work’ (or rather play) here could save you 4 years of effort later on.
The middle part of this chapter talks about the design process (but not in any great detail, like in chapter 12). The author’s communication here is sometimes in a chatty style, other times more direct and forceful.
At the end of the chapter, Andy Shaw talks about the power of letting go and the power of least effort. This is an important point because you can easily get too wrapped up with your designs (goals) and start to resent them as work if you’re not careful.
Chapter 17 – Why? (Book: 18pgs / Audio: 40:18)
Andy Shaw starts off this chapter talking about confidence. Then he moves on to talk about keeping your life designs simple.
A brief digression re-enforces some of the things learnt in the previous chapters. For example, how poor the personal development industry’s record of success is (0.001%); and how Shaw’s own teachings can benefit you because he seeks not to complicate the life planning process.
Next we learn the importance of following small ideas and why we shouldn’t just wait for that ‘big idea’ to come along.
We also must appreciate that we need to exercise both sides of our brain – reading books is not enough as that only stimulates one side of our brain. We need to visualize as well. So it’s not all about reading – it’s about thinking as well. This is the key element which helps make us grow.
Finally, “The Why Process” explained at the end of the chapter is a very interesting section, particularly if you have children.
Chapter 18 – Taking The Red Pill (Book: 27pgs / Audio: 61:02)
Early on in this chapter Andy Shaw provides his own mission statement (his ‘true purpose’). This is very enlightening – although the audio version does differ to the one written in the book.
Shaw uses an interesting method for dealing with bad situations whilst, at the same time, trying to design a better future. You don’t need motivation – you need inspiration. The difference is explained in the middle of this chapter.
Andy Shaw is lazy (by his own admission) – however he wants (desires) to use that to help others.
The author then goes on to speak about security and why desiring security actually creates a ‘lack of security’ in our own minds. They key – once again – is using of course the Law of Least Effort.
There is a very inspiring section in this chapter where Andy talks about his history of trying to manifest a right-hand drive Ferrari F50. When you read the story you will realize how improbable the outcome of that really was.
The final part of this chapter looks at ‘active procrastination’ – it can actually have its benefits (much to the delight of some people in our office).
In conclusion : Writing out what you want from life – and then turning it into a mission statement – should be a joyful experience and not seen ‘work’ at all.
- Enjoy the design process
- Then enjoy the journey
- Then you will scoop the rewards.
Chapter 19 – Magical Stuff (Book: 21pgs / Audio: 54:09)
The chapter starts off looking at the benefits of appreciation (similar to the attitude of gratitude).
Whilst many people might already make a list of what they are grateful for on a daily basis, Andy provides an excellent one line sentence that you can add to the end of your daily list, which really will boost your feelings of gratitude. This will raise your vibrational energy which, in turn, will kick-start the Law of Attraction for you.
In the next part of the chapter, Shaw looks at manifesting and explains how he is able to do this without effort – with everything he desires becoming an expectation.
He then provides the secret to creating your life by design and poses the question :
“What will you manifest ?”
It is an interesting question. What WOULD you manifest – given the power to create ? This isn’t as far-fetched as you might have thought. The hardest thing is actually knowing what you ‘want’.
The author then provides a short list of some of the things that he’s managed to manifest. Again, very inspirational.
Shaw then looks at the common teaching of SMART Goals :
…….and shows why this is not good advice.
Next, you’ll take a short trip into the quantum world and discover :
- How to ask yourself for extra energy, and
- How it’s truly achievable to summon up that extra energy
The language of our subconscious mind is covered next. This is a very thought-provoking couple of pages which are well worth reviewing more than once.
The author gets quite hard-hitting towards the end of this chapter – ensuring that you truly appreciate the need to clear your mind of ‘the junk’ before you even try to design your life.
Would you like to know why you buy personal growth or business opportunity information and then leave it sitting on your book-shelf (or computer hard-drive) ? A paragraph on page 342 explains it all brilliantly (And it’s not just “Failure to take action”).
Chapter 20 – You Have Everything… But Will You Use It ? (Book: 9pgs / Audio: 20:28)
In this final chapter of Using A Bug Free Mind, Andy Shaw sums up what we have learnt and what it means to us…. IF we choose to apply the skills learnt.
However, that’s a big if as throughout the book we’ve been constantly reminded of the failure rate of the human race to see success; and the failure rate of those studying personal growth programs.
This book is different though….. REALLY DIFFERENT.
Most powerful of all is the final couple of paragraphs. Shaw takes us to the scene of our death-bed in 50 years’ time….Two life paths are played out… Which one will you choose having read Using A Bug Free Mind ?
Appendices – (Book: 23pgs / Audio: 6:16)
As with the first book, there is a discrepancy in the appendices section of Using A Bug Free Mind between the audio and book versions. We are not going to go into detail as to what is actually in this section of the book – but just list the differences between the book and the audio.
- Some survey results on the struggles of achieving goals
- A website link to personal self-advertisements (this is for replacing your current destructive self-advertising)
- Details of The Golden Book (a way of collating all personal development material into one small library of key learning points)
- A brief “About the Author” section
In the Book version
You get everything listed above, and also :
- Some expanded commentary for the survey results mentioned in the audios
- 3 pages on how we can help our friends and family with this process
- A greatly expanded “About the Author” section – covering 4-5 pages
- 5 pages covering a summary of each chapter of the book
- 4 pages covering where you can leave feedback and find out more about Saltori
In reality, there is not much difference between the books and downloadable audios. So if you are predominantly someone who likes to listen, then you will not be missing out on the vital information when you purchase the audios.
Where Can I Buy Using A Bug Free Mind?
This brings us to the end of our Using A Bug Free Mind review. We have deliberately not tried to persuade you one way or another whether to purchase or not. Our aim with this review was merely to shed more light on the book’s contents.
You have to make a decision as to whether you think that the contents can actually help you, OR if you think that the way you have progressed so far in life is going to get you where you want to be in 10, 20, or 30 years’ time.