"The People Who Doubted You Are In for the Shock of Their Lives
Mitch Horowitz, “a cross between Aleister Crowley and Alan Watts” (Duncan Trussell), delivers this generation’s most literate and liberating self-help book in The Miracle Habits.
Mitch shows how to foster a life of revolutionary self-direction through thirteen “Miracle Habits”—radical but workable commitments that allow you to “Spend for Power” (Habit 8), “Get Away from Cruel People” (Habit 6), “Rule In Hell” (Habit 13), and produce fortuitous events surpassing all expectation in career, creativity, relationships, charisma, and self-respect.
“This book,” Mitch writes, “is about more than cultivating sanctioned notions of success or acceptance. It is not about being 10% happier, ‘good enough,’ or reorganizing your sock drawer. It is about fostering miracles. Not as a once-in-a-lifetime experience but as a recurring and natural part of life.”
Washington Post: “Treats esoteric ideas and movements with an even-handed intellectual studiousness that is too often lost in today’s raised-voice discussions.”
Paris Match: “Convincing…takes us far from naive doctrines.”
David Lynch: “Mitch is solid gold.”