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"This is the only guy that actually clears the air in an ever confusing world that doesn't devolve into juvenile women bashing. Celeb Jones sees the world for what it is and teaches guys to embrace it rather than resent it. I have had many moments when reading this book where I had "ah huh" making sense of things that didn't before. The wealth of knowledge contained in this book is insane. Don't bother with jaded bitter clowns that keep you on the hamster wheel. Buy the book and get started on getting your life together."
"I'm a bit of a self-improvement junkie, and I have to say - this book is definitely high up there out of all the books/blogs I've read.
It resembles The Four-Hour Workweek in a way - it's about constructing your life to maximize freedom and happiness while living how you choose. There are even a few chapters that specifically tell you how to find your personal code of conduct and goals, and how to begin developing a life mission.
It is also more comprehensive than The Four-Hour Workweek - it covers not only business, but also relationships, outdated biological forces, negative social influences, the seven key areas of self-improvement, and so forth.
The relationships segment is the most significant aspect of the book, in my opinion. It strongly encourages men to be confident and independent and form relationships at their will, while also advocating honesty and genuine love.
The content is a mixture of theory and practical information, providing a background on why certain mindsets/actions are necessary and then how to construct yourself and your life to attain them. I particularly enjoyed his idea of happiness as largely practical - rather than it being a vague, philosophical concept, he lays down exactly how to achieve it with action (and some helpful mindsets, as well).
Lastly, it is a very unconventional book... but that's exactly WHY it works. It took some of my assumptions about relationships/society/etc. and thoroughly explained why they are mutually incompatible with happiness and freedom. Definitely a unique perspective that I welcomed - a lot of self-improvement information out there is too coy to explicitly reject certain mainstream advice, even when it obviously doesn't work in reality. This book doesn't have this problem at all. Highly recommended."
"EXCELLENT. Now in my top 5 books every man should read. It is a crime this book hasn't sold a million copies.
Caleb Jones is the writer of several blogs that I read regularly. After getting familiar with his work and reading his blogs for a while I put his book "The Unchained Man" on my future reading list and I finally bought it to read on a recent trip I went on.
I have always enjoyed Caleb Jones' material, so I knew I would like this book, but I wasn't prepared for just how much. This book is without a doubt one of the best I have ever read. It covers self improvement in almost every aspect of a man's life.
To start off, this is not a small book. At well over 400 pages it is absolutely massive compared to standard self-improvement type books, which normally come in at around half that size or less. In addition to that it is incredibly pithy, with no fluff or filler. There is not a single page you could take out without removing something important. The author could have easily turned this into 4 or 5 individual books of 200 pages each. That is how many different topics are thoroughly explored in this book.
He covers everything from breaking free of society's mental programming and your own "obsolete biological wiring" , to finding your personal mission and passion, creating a freedom-based business, travel, time management, attracting women, and more.
One of the great things about this book is that Jones is not just a philosophizer. He doesn't just wax poetically about these topics; everything is actionable advice, many times with specific steps and actual exercises the reader can take to work through the mental processes. The sections on finding your mission and time management were especially great in this regard, and happened to be my favorite parts of the book.
The overall message of the book is breaking free from unnecessary constraints (external AND internal) to create a life that delivers long term consistent happiness. This can be applied to every guy out there. Who is NOT looking for long term consistent happiness?
A word of warning; this book gets you there by ruthlessly attacking and tearing down all kinds of sacred cows and belief systems. Many of your most closely held ideas will be challenged by this book, and if you are particularly dogmatic and haven't really thought through ALL your belief systems, you might get angry just reading it. From religion, to societal customs, to outdated genetic "caveman" urges, to monogamy and marriage - Nothing is safe from Caleb Jones if it gets in the way of consistent long term happiness.
And why should it be?"
From the desk of Caleb Jones (aka Blackdragon)