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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful

"Disappointing Countless Hours of Philosophies"

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What is really missing in the Blueprint De-Coded is practicality ...
There are hours and hours and countless hours of philosophies and parables, but very few infield applicable material.

Tyler argues that the techniques of how to open a set, for example, are not addressed in this material purposely because they were targeted by other conferences: Foundations and Transformations

There are great Mindsets to raise your inner game, but you'll be always waiting for something that will add a baggage to his game, something to apply, and that content never comes...


I tried to apply the few practical ideas to get "In State" (a state of resource defined by Tyler, in which you do not feel approach anxiety and can easily open sets in any way you desire without even having to think about it), but unfortunately, the my case, that such "State" ended up being an unreachable utopia with the resources available on the 20 DVDs ..

Although I found valuable mindsets to achieve real self-confidence, how not to seek outcomes in interactions, initiate from a point where you really believe that you're the one, the guy with high value, from the point that you do not need " tricks " and routines to achieve the level of the HB and everything else , I found myself disappointed after so many hours that were not converted into real results , though I engaged in what was proposed on DVDs ..

There's several other products I've already used which brought me applicable results in my game
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful

"Many Other Have Touched Upon This."

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I was really giving this product a lot of praise. But then I was talking a friend online and he was saying man this is good stuff but I've heard it before and he was asking me if I've ever read 'Awaken the Giant Within' 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People' and a bunch of other good self help books and I have and now I realized where alot of these concepts he talks about came from and this is what he means by he's been working on this for X amount of years.

I'm rereading the 7 Habits and the part on being Proactive and reactive, Tyler covers.

He makes a big point of talking about just 'being' instead of trying hard to do which is important but again Tolle, Covey, Robbins and so many other have touched upon this.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful

"It Over Rated for Sure"

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I am around cd 17 now.
There is a bit good stuff on it but if u take the good parts u could narrow it down to 3 cd's i guess. It's not that great.
It over rated for sure.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

"It Really is Bizarre."

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I finished watching 19 hours of the blue print yesterday. it was either great or shit. It really is bizarre. It has a rediculously slow start.

The key concepts of the blueprint......

Be happy with your self

Be the source of your own fun

Do not give a [f***] about what anyone thinks of you

Know your core beliefs and values

Live in the moment

Don't analyse situations just go with it

Be outside your head not inside it listening to self dialogue

Give value

Have I missed anything?


Yes it took 19 hours to say that!

To me scripted game is training wheels. I also think it's very good to have a couple of routines you can pull out the bag when needed. But in essence scripted game reduces brian farts and 'what do I say next' when you become more confident and centered you can take off the training wheels and jst go with the vibe. I think the blue print is for people in the process of making that transition.

it's very analytical of the triggers of human emotion but at times I was feeling that I'd heard alot of this before but this was just a re packaged version of some already well known community concepts.

The mad thing is I actually feel like I want to watch this again to see if I missed something, have I understood and internalized the concepts, do I need to? After all it's said within the package if you're thinking about this stuff when you are in field then you are in your head and not in the moment.

It's all very very paradoxical.
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