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  • Paperback: 287 pages
  • Publisher: Why Power Publication (30 Jun. 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0979311802
  • ISBN-13: 978-0979311802
  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 1.6 x 23.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,836,591 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Mind Karate" is much like any other PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) book on the market these days really, but, it is still amongst one of the best, along with the likes of Napoleon Hill, Clement Stone or even Anthony Robins. The thing I liked about this Brandon's book was the enthusiasm he instils in you, with easy interactive and realistic exercises so that you can question what it is you really want out of life, which then helps you get ready to do the things necessary to go out and get what you desire.

Those who are learning karate will recognise his quite original use of Funakoshi Sensei's use of "The 20 Guiding Principles of KARATE" (Funakoshi was the founding father & supreme grand master of Shotokan Karate). Here Brandon takes each principle and uses it as a tool to motivate you to overcome past problems, fears and worries so that you can plan for what you will do, achieve and become in the future.

Brandon keeps the tone realistic, unlike some other similar books on the subject; it's not full of any psychobabble hype or strange cosmic chants concerning getting something from nothing. His passion and energy leap out of the page to invigorate you into taking action in sensible easy going steps.

His inspiration comes from the experience of his own life and upbringing. Once he realised that he was in charge of his destiny, he did something about it & changed his life for the better.

It's an easy to read book full of positive and inspiring quotes to help you plan your road to your eventual success. It's laid out in easy and logical stages. There are a couple of small typo's however, but they don't detract from the powerful message this book provides.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A New Perspective on Things 2 Oct. 2008
By Terry Tozer - Published on Amazon.com
Mind Karate" is much like any other PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) book on the market these days really, but, it is still amongst one of the best, along with the likes of Napoleon Hill, Clement Stone or even Anthony Robins. The thing I liked about this Brandon's book was the enthusiasm he instils in you, with easy interactive and realistic exercises so that you can question what it is you really want out of life, which then helps you get ready to do the things necessary to go out and get what you desire.

Those who are learning karate will recognise his quite original use of Funakoshi Sensei's use of "The 20 Guiding Principles of KARATE" (Funakoshi was the founding father & supreme grand master of Shotokan Karate). Here Brandon takes each principle and uses it as a tool to motivate you to overcome past problems, fears and worries so that you can plan for what you will do, achieve and become in the future.

Brandon keeps the tone realistic, unlike some other similar books on the subject; it's not full of any psychobabble hype or strange cosmic chants concerning getting something from nothing. His passion and energy leap out of the page to invigorate you into taking action in sensible easy going steps.

His inspiration comes from the experience of his own life and upbringing. Once he realised that he was in charge of his destiny, he did something about it & changed his life for the better.

It's an easy to read book full of positive and inspiring quotes to help you plan your road to your eventual success. It's laid out in easy and logical stages. There are a couple of small typo's however, but they don't detract from the powerful message this book provides.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This book really does kick butt! 8 Oct. 2007
By Laura A. Baker - Published on Amazon.com
I didn't know what to expect from this book but I bought it after hearing Iurato speak at my company. Wow! I love it! It takes the 21 principles of karate and brings them into real life, like how do you get out of poverty, divorce etc and make it big. So many books are not realistic for regular people. This one gave me concrete examples and great exercises at the end. I bought copies for my teenage nephews and several for friends.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This is a Book to Change Your Life 22 Jan. 2008
By Daniel Holliman - Published on Amazon.com
Do not be fooled by the cover of this book. While the principles of karate and martial arts are thoughtfully weaved into the "take away" points of the author, this is a book that will change your life. Fundamentally, it is a work that inspires and teaches you how to make your life the way that you want it. Brandon's own story--his challenges, losses, and feeling that there is something more we all can do with our lives--is what makes this work unique, meaningful, and inspirational. While it is less about "kicking your own butt" than living your own dreams, the practical wisdom the author provides --the why and the how of it all-- will give you the boost you need to get started today! I plan to purchase more copies for my staff.
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