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Dominate: Conquer your fears. Become the man you want to be. (English Edition) von [De Las Morenas, David]
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A No-Holds-Barred Strategy for Breaking Free from the Chains of Society and Becoming a Great Man

Our society is moving in an unfortunate direction. The average man is growing weaker, less ambitious, and more dependent on the approval of those around him.

Are you sick and tired of fantasizing about changing careers, dating more attractive women, starting your own business, or making any other significant lifestyle improvement? Then this book is for you.

Inside you'll learn an aggressive approach to becoming completely fearless, accomplishing bigger goals, establishing yourself as a leader, and developing an undeniable social presence. The book is broken down into 19 actionable rules, each of which is illustrated by a dominant historical figure as well as a story from the author’s own life.


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  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 131 Seiten
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HASH(0x91bc9d20) von 5 Sternen Steadily Good Advice 10. Juni 2014
Von Fred - Veröffentlicht auf
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This little book (about 120 pages) is a quick read but it is comes with some excellent pieces of advice. Borrowing heavily, whether or not deliberately, from the well-known series of Robert Greene books, the reader will surely find something--many!--useful in here. De Las Morenas starts out describing the status quo, what is the average man’s (American man?) pitiful existence, and what that man can actually do to raise himself out of the mire.

One thing I liked in reading were the number of questions De Las Morenas asks the reader. This practice quickly grabs the attention and actively involves one so that you’re not merely reading and absorbing, but also participating.

As I have already described, if you have read the Greene books, you will be quite comfortable with this format, outlining principles of success buttressed by anecdotes and examples from the lives of as diverse a group as Miyamoto Musashi to Jay-Z and 50 Cent. I sometimes although rarely, couldn't exactly grasp the mechanics of how one particular example illustrated the principle topic, especially those from his personal experience, but thankfully this was rare enough that it didn't get to the point of distraction.

The form of writing is very 21st century business school, with loads of modern words (like “actionable strategy”) and some Tough Guy Who Loves You speech thrown in for good measure. I believe the mix works more times than it does not. De Las Morena’s suggestion is to read through once, then come back again with a more analytic eye and a notebook. The book is short enough and quickly read through that this is a good idea.

The most relevant part of this for me was the beginning in which he opens with discussing that most important aspect of life, after birth: death. Using Tibetan Buddhism with its Nine-Point Meditation on Death, he grounds the reader in what is to be a sobering experience. Setting the stage in this way shows some obvious thought has gone into this work, even if this is a staple of some other, more established earlier works, such as The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (‘Begin with the end in mind’). For his audience, which I suppose would be mostly young, not widely-read men, this is appropriate.

The book meanders a few times here and there, but overall is tight and I am not surprised to see recounted he had produced an outline beforehand. There are a few missing & dropped words that cause the reader to stumble, but this is rare. A keen editor should be able to fix these without too much effort.

The content is great, gives ample food for thought, and more importantly is “actionable” certainly. With some more work streamlining the anecdotes and personal examples, polishing the grammar and sentence structure, this little tract can be bettered tremendously. 3.5 stars out of 5 if I were being severely critical but a solid, if charitable 4.
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HASH(0x91bc9d74) von 5 Sternen Perfect for ninth graders 11. Juli 2014
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I don't think this book was worth the price, unless you're into trite observations from a meat head with the writing level of a 9th grader.

It's formulaic. Chapter starts out with an example of a person of note such as Muhammad Ali or Alexander the Great, ties that person to some archaic principle such as "face your fears" or "have a game plan". Then, it launches into an idiotic autobiography of a gym rat like, "this one time I was worried about starting a new job but I started it and it worked". This is nothing you couldn't find from a real book, like Plutarch's Lives or Machiavelli's the Prince.

Think for yourself, don't buy this book.
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HASH(0x91fd80f0) von 5 Sternen Dominate your life! 6. Mai 2014
Von Robert Esparza - Veröffentlicht auf
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Dominate is similar to his other book, "the book of alpha", but goes into greater detail on how to achieve your personal goals and "dominate". I also liked the summary at the end that recaps briefly the advice he gives.
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HASH(0xa2cafaa4) von 5 Sternen Great read, I was highly motivated 11. April 2014
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I’m a big fan of David De Las Morenas website, How To Beast. Recently I had the pleasure of checking out his latest book, Dominate. The book departs from most of Morenas other works, which are about lifting, and instead covers the psychological aspects needed to obtain success. Initially I was a little wary. While I don’t have a problem with books about “the power of positive thinking,” I do feel that the genre is somewhat played out. Fortunately, Dominate is a unique book with a very masculine attitude towards cultivating a winning mindset. If you liked The Book of Five Rings or The 48 Laws of Power, than you’ll love this book.

Using examples of famous historical figures such as Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Jay Z, the book examines everything from goals to overcoming fear itself. While there was a lot of great content, my favorite chapter of the book was the segment on owning up to your actions. It’s a very well written chapter and it contains some excellent advice:

“One of the biggest mistakes a man can make is not taking responsibility for his actions. This could mean attributing his success to – or blaming his failure on – another man.

When you do either of these things, you strip yourself of the power to create your own circumstances. This is toxic. It encourages you to avoid growing, changing, or doing things that you want to, because the results aren’t under your control. It reinforces the incorrect belief that altering your life is out of your hands. You avoid viewing yourself as the leader and director of your own life. You become a helpless effect of your life instead of the cause.”

I actually read Dominate over the weekend and it provided me with some great motivation. Immediately after I set it down, I picked up a pen and wrote out a series of short-term goals for myself. It’s been a while since I’ve read a book like this, and it provided me with the inspiration to work on myself some more.

If you’re looking for a good kick in the pants to get you going, check out Dominate. The book has some fantastic advice and is a quick yet insightful read. It’s currently available on Amazon for five bucks, and is worth every cent.
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HASH(0x91bcb1c8) von 5 Sternen Must-read for young men 10. April 2014
Von Matt W. - Veröffentlicht auf
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What does it mean to dominate? We can understand the results of dominance: getting paid, getting laid, mastering a skill and so on. But what is the essence of dominance itself? And more importantly, how can you dominate in your life?

If you’ve ever wanted to achieve mastery in anything, Dominate is the book for you.

The latest book from How to Beast author David de Las Morenas, Dominate is a laboriously written and research guidebook on how to dominate in your personal life. David is no keyboard jockey; he’s a legit success in life and he has the proof. In Dominate, he breaks down the secrets of success in simple, illustrative terms that any man can understand and apply to his life.

Dominate is divided into six parts and nineteen chapters, each focusing on a particular aspect of dominance. Each chapter begins with a brief biography of a famous historical figure (Spartacus, Alexander the Great, 50 Cent etc.) who embodied the concept being discussed, closing out with an anecdote from David’s own life to reinforce the book’s lessons. In an interesting innovation, the very first part is about death and coming to terms with it.

David’s writing is very direct and unpretentious; he won’t win any awards, but his prose conveys his lessons forcefully and gets the point across. He makes the occasional misstep—for example, he refers to Vladimir Lenin as a “controversial” historical figure, which is like saying that Satan was “kind of a jerk”—but otherwise, the book is a breeze from beginning to end.

In fact, Dominate reminds me of Robert Greene’s book The 48 Laws of Power, except where Greene is a self-congratulatory nerd more focused on celebrating his own brilliance than actually teaching anyone, David just states the truth as plainly and simply as possible. As a result, I’d heartily recommend Dominate over Greene’s book because it’s actually geared towards giving you advice that you can implement in your real life.

The only area where I can truly fault Dominate is in, as I mentioned already, the book’s occasionally weak prose. Additionally, the summary at the end of the book seems a bit unnecessary; the book is short enough that having to restate its main points seems like padding.

Aside from that, Dominate is a book that will teach you how to kick ass and achieve your dreams. If you’re tired of your mediocre life, it’s a book you need to buy.
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