on July 13, 2013 :
It is not easy to write a convenient description to something as “all encompassing” as Charles Lambrou’s work, ‘The Alchemist’s Way.’ But let me attempt to describe it in one line: It will change your life.
First off, Lambrou espouses what he calls the “Three Steps.” It is a distinct method that has been proven to help countless people improve their personal situation—from business people mastering the art of negotiation, to professionals trying to succeed in their chosen vocation, to anyone who simply wants to have what each of us aim to enjoy on a daily basis: to wake up enthused, to be happy.
I have read countless self-help books, some of them bordering on the mystical, but ‘the Alchemist’s Way’ easily stands out for being thought-provokingly spot on—you feel the staggering truth behind every line. Overall, it is a thoroughly satisfying read, especially if you’ve been trying to find yourself and somehow all those other books dismally failed in helping you. And better yet, it shows the path towards “happiness, well-being, and ultimately, success” in straight, non-BS ways that allow you to immediately reap the positive benefits and really feel that it’s working.
Most importantly, ‘The Alchemist’s Way’ is perhaps the most comprehensive self-help book I have ever encountered—it tackles every single aspect of your personality, from mental, physical, spiritual, to emotional, that I believe it’s the book that can really change your life. What’s more, Lambrou has a rare flair with words, as he writes emphatically and sincerely. ‘The Alchemist’s Way’ would be a perfect gift to your friends and loved ones—download or pick up a copy today and see what the fuss is about. Five stars, no less.
(reviewed the day of purchase)