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Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success. Here, he shows how anyone who is disorganized, inexperienced, overwhelmed, financially challenged, or just flat-out lazy can still create the life of their dreams. In the book’s short, inspiring introduction, Allen describes the system he devised on his 30th birthday that completely chang Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success. Here, he shows how anyone who is disorganized, inexperienced, overwhelmed, financially challenged, or just flat-out lazy can still create the life of their dreams. In the book’s short, inspiring introduction, Allen describes the system he devised on his 30th birthday that completely changed his life — a four-step system so simple to understand and easy to implement that it could be called revolutionary. In the following chapters, he details the importance of each of the four steps — dream, imagine, believe, create — and shows how to forge them into a blueprint for success. A final section includes tips for staying on — or getting back on — course. A quick, breezy read, the book uses centered bold type scattered throughout to ensure that even the laziest readers can grasp its essence in just a few minutes.


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Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success. Here, he shows how anyone who is disorganized, inexperienced, overwhelmed, financially challenged, or just flat-out lazy can still create the life of their dreams. In the book’s short, inspiring introduction, Allen describes the system he devised on his 30th birthday that completely chang Marc Allen admits he’s lazy. Not only that, but he considers it a key to his success. Here, he shows how anyone who is disorganized, inexperienced, overwhelmed, financially challenged, or just flat-out lazy can still create the life of their dreams. In the book’s short, inspiring introduction, Allen describes the system he devised on his 30th birthday that completely changed his life — a four-step system so simple to understand and easy to implement that it could be called revolutionary. In the following chapters, he details the importance of each of the four steps — dream, imagine, believe, create — and shows how to forge them into a blueprint for success. A final section includes tips for staying on — or getting back on — course. A quick, breezy read, the book uses centered bold type scattered throughout to ensure that even the laziest readers can grasp its essence in just a few minutes.

30 review for The Type-Z Guide to Success: A Lazy Person’s Manifesto to Wealth and Fulfillment

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jena Hemsworth

    I am a Type Z personality all day, every day and finally I have finished reading this book. My mum bought it for me as a joke on my birthday a few years ago and I remember barely getting through the first few pages. I started reading it again because I was really bummed about how my life was looking. Was not disappointed! Even Type Zs can have a successful life and I aim to do it in a relaxed way. It lifted my spirits in a moment when I feel really down and I believe that if I follow those basic I am a Type Z personality all day, every day and finally I have finished reading this book. My mum bought it for me as a joke on my birthday a few years ago and I remember barely getting through the first few pages. I started reading it again because I was really bummed about how my life was looking. Was not disappointed! Even Type Zs can have a successful life and I aim to do it in a relaxed way. It lifted my spirits in a moment when I feel really down and I believe that if I follow those basic advises he gives throughout the book I'll succeed. It just takes a little faith and right now, that's all I have.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Diana Nagy

    I read this great little book in about a week. I very much enjoyed everything contained within. I will definitely keep it around to read often. This is a book to read when you need to remind yourself that good is what we're supposed to receive, and yes, there is a way to make it happen! I read this great little book in about a week. I very much enjoyed everything contained within. I will definitely keep it around to read often. This is a book to read when you need to remind yourself that good is what we're supposed to receive, and yes, there is a way to make it happen!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mye Villao

    creating a vision of what you want to be in 5 yrs time...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Narinder Bhatia

    The book was quite an eye-opener for me :) and i had not expected to come across a book which talks about "lazy approach to success". Almost all the success mantras or principles or habits that we read or listen to has "Type A" personality at the core but this book tries to break that myth (and succeeds too) by citing personal stories and examples. The book talks about how being a Type-Z a.k.a "lazy" has nothing to do with success and one could be successful by going about life in an easy, relax The book was quite an eye-opener for me :) and i had not expected to come across a book which talks about "lazy approach to success". Almost all the success mantras or principles or habits that we read or listen to has "Type A" personality at the core but this book tries to break that myth (and succeeds too) by citing personal stories and examples. The book talks about how being a Type-Z a.k.a "lazy" has nothing to do with success and one could be successful by going about life in an easy, relaxed way. The book is worth a read as it is a good mix of real-life examples, success affirmations and belief-change strategies. The "4-simple steps" approach provide a framework for implementing the "lazy approach". In the book, the readers would get plenty of insight into how rest, relaxation and recreation play an important role in preparing us for success. According to me, the book is a must read !

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nasa

    This book came at a perfect time for me. It was inspiring to learn you can be lazy and still achieve success. I would call this book a simple/modern version of think and grow rich. For such a short book, it contains a lot of hidden gems such as relaxing throughout the day, taking time off (he takes Mondays off) and the ideal scene I was also a massive fan of those small summaries throughout the book. I wish other authors would do something similar. However, this book was not perfect. I would’ve This book came at a perfect time for me. It was inspiring to learn you can be lazy and still achieve success. I would call this book a simple/modern version of think and grow rich. For such a short book, it contains a lot of hidden gems such as relaxing throughout the day, taking time off (he takes Mondays off) and the ideal scene I was also a massive fan of those small summaries throughout the book. I wish other authors would do something similar. However, this book was not perfect. I would’ve preferred if the author didn’t include the chapter on relationships. This chapter felt out of place.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Vanetta Ranger

    Useful It was a big help. A useful tool that inspired the course correction I needed. Thanks!!!. It was worth it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Marian Suwono

    The content has a very strong self-help tone and it is rather simplistic, but I still learn quite a bit from this book, just like I always learn from all books that I've read no matter how cheesy they are. There is hardly anything new in the content but to me it serves as a reminder. As my BJJ instructor puts it, he knows that we already know what he's telling us, but he questions whether we are already doing it. Remembering this makes one able to learn from any book one reads. Oh and I like how The content has a very strong self-help tone and it is rather simplistic, but I still learn quite a bit from this book, just like I always learn from all books that I've read no matter how cheesy they are. There is hardly anything new in the content but to me it serves as a reminder. As my BJJ instructor puts it, he knows that we already know what he's telling us, but he questions whether we are already doing it. Remembering this makes one able to learn from any book one reads. Oh and I like how peaceful and chill and happy about life the author seems to be.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Celi

    This was a easy read and gave my life a motivational boost. Here are a few key points that were reinforced when I read this book. To live your life with a sense of ease and lightness in your heart. The way to achieve this is an inside job. It is all in our mind. Set goals and set up a clear plan to achieve them. Learn from others mistakes.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Very simple. Good introductory content on vision and goal setting, but overall limited in detail and depth. Additionally, the author seems to be all about the power of positive thinking ala the secret and Think and Grow Rich. ie, just ask for a million dollars and you will get it. A short fun read, but little substance.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kari Peltola

  11. 5 out of 5

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  12. 5 out of 5

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  13. 5 out of 5

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  14. 4 out of 5

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  15. 5 out of 5

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  16. 4 out of 5

    Yellowchrist

  17. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Deanna Joseph

  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

    Hatem Araar

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katia Geffrard

  23. 5 out of 5

    Carles SD

  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Harnisch

  26. 4 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

    Kayleigh Cook

  28. 5 out of 5

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  29. 4 out of 5

    Tim Kirchner

  30. 4 out of 5

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