There are thousands of agreements that you have made with yourself, with other people, with your dream of life, with God, with society, with your parents, with your spouse, with your children. But the main agreements are the ones you have with yourself. In these agreements, you tell yourself who you are, what you feel, what you believe and how you behave. The result is what you call your personality. In these agreements, you say, “It`s me. That`s what I think. I can do certain things, and some things I can`t do. It`s a reality, it`s imagination. it is possible, it is impossible.┬áThis book is a bit “woo woo,” not bashing at all, but I could see how hard parts of it are to get through for someone who`s not in trouble.

The basis of the four agreements is strong and so important. Beyond the new old woo woo tone of the book are four tenants who are so important and important to succeed personally and professionally. The four chords are simple and easy to follow and will serve you well in life. I was looking for a book that could open my mind to new thoughts and perspectives after reading Dan Millman`s amazing The Way of The Peaceful Warrior. It is sad to say that there are very few books that can really change your life, despite the bold assertions of many, but this path and the path of the peaceful warrior (at least for me) mentioned above has really contributed to a remarkable change in my life. If they find out that you spend your days thinking, “It has to be more to live than that, then you`re right!” And these two books could help you see this opportunity. I would recommend this book to anyone involved in depression, trust or dissatisfaction in life. I often listen to this book. The lessons, even if they are simple in concept, are profound. Enjoy x This book is perfect for mothers and people who want to please others with a mistake…

It taught me to be strong and affectionate in a way that never made me feel guilty, I gave it to a lot of friends who need positive direction. The rather religious attitude at the beginning of the book discouraged me at first. I decided to stick to it and keep listening. I was rewarded when the book outlined some useful principles:1. Be immaculate with your words.2. Don`t take anything personally.3. Don`t make assumptions.4. Always do your best. Easy, not always easy to practice, but swing with me! According to Ruiz, everything we do is based on agreements we have made, agreements with ourselves, with other people, with God, with life.