Morsels of Wisdom up for Grabs

December 27, 2008 by  
Filed under Happening Space

This is one we couldn’t resist sharing with you!

Brian Johnson is giving away the top 25 Philosophers Notes – that’s right, giving them away! He is aiming to inspire the world by giving away 1 million subscriptions this holiday season.

What are Philosopher’s Notes?

From the website:

Think: Mini-CliffsNotes for Self-Development Books! :)

The easiest way to describe PhilosophersNotes: they’re kinda like mini-CliffsNotes for self-development books or “Concentrated wisdom for your hero’s journey.”

Have you noticed that in any given book, there are usually 5-20 REALLY “Big Ideas”—those life-changing gems that really make an impact in your life?!? (… those pages are usually all marked up, underlined, starred, highlighted and all that goodness in my books! ☺)

Well, what I’ve done is opened up my favorite books, gone straight to those pages with the BIG IDEAS and created “PhilosophersNotes” that quickly give you the inspiring gems along with my thoughts on how these ideas have impacted my life and how they can impact yours.

Sound good? They’re better than good – they’re brilliant. Brian distills the essence of some of the wisest and most profound authors of all time, and delivers it to us in bite sized chunks that are so much easier for us to fit into our extraordinarily busy lives.

(I have to admit, it’s one of those ideas I think – now why didn’t I think of that?!)

And now he’s offering the top 25 – from authors such as Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra and Eckhart Tolle in both PDF and MP3 for nix! For me, this one’s a no-brainer.

With the books I’ve already read, Brian’s notes are like a refresher course, and there are a lot of books in that 25 I’ve never got around to opening so there is a whole host of new learning there as well.


2 Responses to “Morsels of Wisdom up for Grabs”
  1. Hey Karen:

    Thanks for your support!!!

    Sending you love and smiles and wishes for the greatest year of our lives,


  2. karen says:

    Hey Bri,
    thanks so much for visiting! It’s an honour to have you here.

    The greatest year of our lives sounds like a plan to me – here’s to 2009!