The Majesty of Calmness


Read by Andrea Fiore

(4.6 stars; 289 reviews)


Change your life by changing your thoughts. The Majesty of Calmness is your guide to attracting prosperity, manifesting opportunities, and managing stress—all while discovering the values most precious to you. (Summary by Andrea Fiore)

(1 hr 21 min)

Chapters

1 - The Majesty of Calmness 9:10 Read by Andrea Fiore
2 - Hurry, the Scourge of America 10:02 Read by Andrea Fiore
3 - The Power of Personal Influence 10:02 Read by Andrea Fiore
4 - The Dignity of Self-Reliance 11:24 Read by Andrea Fiore
5 - Failure as a Success 12:20 Read by Andrea Fiore
6 - Doing Our Best at All Times 14:51 Read by Andrea Fiore
7 - The Royal Road to Happiness 13:48 Read by Andrea Fiore

Reviews

Beautifully-written inspirational gem

(5 stars)

I'm so glad I gave this a listen. I finished it without pause. I was mesmerized by the simple, logical explanations fed through gorgeous wording. I hope you give this an hour and twenty minutes. You won't regret it!

The Real Deal...I Never Knew

(5 stars)

Chapter 7...mind blowing...simple...the truth that will change my day to day life...thank you for this great resource!

Best read so far

(5 stars)

This book is so inspiring. I I chapter 4 speaks loudly about self reliance

(5 stars)

I have listened and kept on listening, returning to this. time and time again. this and many more.

Great read

(5 stars)

This book contained great information. Andrea did a great job reading it. I especially liked chapter two: Hurry the scourge of America, it's so true especially in today's world. We all need to slow down a little

Some wisdom, some myopia

(3.5 stars)

Don't get me wrong, I intend to revisit this book in a few months. It's a good read and Jordan's insights are sometimes quite effective, specially his similes. As illuminating as it is, the books suffers a bit due to its excessive reliance on commonsensical aphorisms. Also, calmness is approached only in the first chapters while its alleged causes are explored in the rest of the book. To me this is an excuse. Its clickbaity title doesn't live up to the rest of the text, that becomes progressively more generic, even if homeopathically wise. Still, his advice of individualism is refreshing (although not an absolute solution, hence his myopia).

Absolutely Fantastic

(5 stars)

A truly enlightening and honest book. well worth the read to obtain a noble perspective of living. Only if everyone could view life this way

ch 2 ridiculous

(2 stars)

ch 2 about the horrible husband who comes home and wants a break from the stresses of life is everything wrong with feminism. home should be a respite, not a worry. nothing wrong with thatm