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  • Paperback: 280 pages
  • Publisher: Capstone; 1 edition (15 Feb. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857084488
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857084484
  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 1.4 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 68,478 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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broken down into clear chapters that take you on a pathway to clarity and guide you in making changes as you move forward (PA Life, February 2014)

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‘A refreshing approach and a good read for anyone in business.’ Paul McKenna

‘A powerful, positive book that can help you to achieve more than you ever thought possible, in every area.’ Brian Tracy, Author of Goals and Eat That Frog

‘Thought-provoking, entertaining, and potentially life changing – highly recommended!’ Michael Neill, Radio Show Host and Author of The Inside-Out Revolution

'Take your time reading this profound book. Jamie Smart is about to blow apart every circumstantial excuse you ever came up with. He’s about to put the steering wheel back in your hands.' Garret Kramer, Founder of Inner Sports and Author of Stillpower

'The insights you’ll get whilst reading Clarity will resonant in how you manage day to day but, more importantly, provide a framework for refreshing your priorities, goals and drive.' Peter Lake, Group Business Development Director, JS Group

'The world of leadership, sales and customer engagement has changed radically over the past ten years. People are more savvy, better informed and sick of the same old story. Jamie Smart cuts through the noise of the marketplace and shows you what really works. Profound, practical and instantly applicable; Clarity is essential reading if you want to make your mark in the 21st century.' Paul Charmatz, Former Managing Director, Camelot

'Jamie, you really hit the bullseye with this brilliant book; it’s a must-read for everyone who wants clarity of mind.' Joe Stumpf, Founder of By Referral Only and Author of Willing Warrior

'Jamie Smart takes an outdated paradigm of success and turns it on its head. Pull up a chair, get a copy of Clarity and discover how you can experience an exponential increase in clarity and quality of life.' Rich Litvin, co-author of The Prosperous Coach and Founder of The Confident Woman’s Salon

“Jamie Smart is brilliant! In his book Clarity, he has unlocked an insight into the real-life matrix. Be ready to have your world turned inside-out because, as Jamie so effortlessly demonstrates, this is how it works.” Richard Enion, Dragon’s Den Winner

'At last – a book that explains the importance of understanding the nature of thought and how the answers are on the inside! I fully endorse and share Jamie’s vision for the “Thought Revolution' Andy Gilbert, Founder & developer of the Go M.A.D.® Thinking System

'Jamie Smart writes in a way that speaks directly to the challenges people face in today’s business environment. I’m buying a copy for all my clients.' Cheryl Bond, Ed.D., President, Essential Resilience

'Clarity is an amazing book that provides you with the one realization you need to find happiness, wisdom and clarity in life. I highly recommend this book to anyone trying to deal with life stressors and find true wisdom and well-being.' Mark Howard, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

'Clarity is an utterly engaging and powerful book that brilliantly elucidates what is undoubtedly the most important revolution in psychology. Jamie shares his understanding using a multitude of real-world examples that bring this understanding to life without jargon or hype.' Chantal Burns, Leadership Coach, Teacher and Consultant, www.ChantalBurns.com

'Jamie Smart has been a master of life change for many years now, but this is an incredible, perhaps the ultimate, expression of his already powerful wisdom. It’s quite simply revolutionary.' Alex West, Co-Executive Producer of the original BBC TV series Who Do You Think You Are?

'This amazing book delivers the single most profound insight deep into your mind. All you have to do is not get in the way!' Jason Bates, CEO of Freeformers

'This book is the kick up the backside the self-help and success genre so badly needs. A word of warning – this book is very different!' Simon Hazeldine, Author of Neuro-Sell, International Speaker, Performance Consultant

'If you want real leverage and creativity in your life, read this book.' Catherine Casey M.A., Clinical Psychology, Principle Based Consultant, San Jose, California


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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C M Cotton TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 17 April 2013
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I am a serial entrepreneur, a University lecturer in Russia, Italy and the USA in Business Economics and International Law and am an international business and peak performance consultant. As such, I have read a plethora of business, motivational, peak performance, coaching, team building psychology type of books over 22 years. In fact I have enough books at home, on these subjects, to sink several ships. I therefore have read many books looking at what makes great entrepreneurs and how the best motivate employees. I therefore have used both my real life business experience and theoretical knowledge to review this book.

If you are thinking about buying this book and have read any of the 1000's of books on success, motivation, confidence, popular psychology, human performance etc, then much of what is in this book is not new. The main idea of this book, is that you have to change your mental thoughts, before your world changes. Earl Nightingale in the Strangest Secret taught us that idea. Whatever you focus on, you get more of in your life. Want to change your life? Change your focus. I am sorry but there is nothing new in this idea. What I did like was the detail this book goes into on how and why we create our own mental "filters" and how it affects our lives. This analysis is good. The next step is how do you change old thinking patterns and these potentially destructive filters? This is where the book becomes weaker, as there is no concrete plan of action you can use to change these areas. What the author suggests is to "go within". Great fantastic, but if you are in a stuck state and have deficient filter systems, you may find this difficult to do this.
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136 of 152 people found the following review helpful By A human on 8 April 2013
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Jamie Smart informs us that Innate Thinking®, which he apparently credits himself for discovering, is a "new paradigm" in the Kuhnian sense that will revolutionize everything in psychology. In fact he compares it to be as important and as true as the theory of gravity and germ theory. Such is the self-righteous drivel scattered about his book.

He also refers to THOUGHT in capital letters every time he mentions it, as well as CONSCIOUSNESS and MIND. Oh, and Innate Thinking® isn't the only term he made up which he feels compelled to include a registered symbol or a trademark (TM) after.

At the end of every chapter is a plea to go online and comment on different pages on his website.

The material's alright, even though Jamie is completely arrogant (he calls everything else in self-help a delusion, while praising his own approach on basically every page), he seems to be entirely oblivious to the fact that most, if not all of the principles he divulges in 'Clarity' have been understood for centuries. A lot of what he describes is simply understood by people practicing mindfulness, for example, or Buddhists, or so many other people. It's been around in more recent forms according to a previous reviewer as being "The Three Principles, first described by Sydney Banks and developed by Jack Pransky, added some concepts of his own, registered his 'Innate Thinking' as a trade mark and packaged it up as a corporate and professional development tool. It will probably make him a lot of money and good luck to him".

So what is Innate Thinking®?

Basically, it's the most wishy-washy definition you can imagine.

It's hard to put his enormously vague definition of Innate Thinking® (is that registered symbol annoying you yet?
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70 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Simon76 on 14 April 2013
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The book jacket - and the Amazon page - are full of gushing praise for this book, so I thought I must be missing something. However if you look behind the pen-names you can find most of the reviewers are life-coaches, consultants or Jamie's happy customers. Very few business references.
My opinion? A lot of words to dress up an interesting observation, however almost no recommendations for how to apply this observation. I tried hard, and got 2/3 of the way through waiting for the moment of clarity before finally realising that the book was not going to tell me anything of practical use.
I finally reached the conclusion that the whole purpose of the book is to flog Jamie's consulting service.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By DeanP on 21 Aug. 2013
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My main gripe is that I'm not getting what I paid for. The book seems to rely on links to video clips on the website - but you have to 'like' the website links in order to release the second video for each section. I want to be able to read books like this without broadcasting the fact to the world. I want what I've paid for with no strings attached.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Authur Biscuit on 13 July 2013
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Currently a qtr way through this and already annoyed
Anyone that constantly directs you in every single chapter to a website that requires that you 'like' the topic before you can access it puts me right off. I will not know that I like this book until I have finished it so the whole concept is horribly presumptuous. Add to this that I don't like Facebook in the first place makes me even more annoyed

As others have said there are some interesting pointers here if you haven't read one of the very many other texts out there... So far I have found nothing new here.. Nothing at all.

Also 'Clear' this text most definitely is not! (I suggest bill Jensen for accessible good works on simplicity and clarity)

Still.... I'll plod on in the hope that this hideous self promotion and pretentiousness is made worth it by some enlightening content at some point in this text

I'll post an update when done

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Another quarter done and nothing yet to change my mind. :(
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Final update .... I tried further but gave up for good! And down rated to 1* as a result

This is just so annoying/ irritating.
I 'get' the concepts and some of the practices of mindfulness, understand the principles of NLP and self development, and am interested in anything useful re: simplification/clarity

There are much much better and useful books out there on all these subjects. This book adds nothing!!

This book is really an elaborate link to 'consultancy' type services! Look at the videos and they appear largely waffle as well!

Life is precious .... DONT WASTE YOUR TIME on this is my advice.

... only my opinion though!
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