The Sniper Mind Voices Readers reading passages from the book

The value of a book is always a matter of perspective. Obviously every writer writes a book to serve a purpose and answer a question (at least) but readers read books differently. They filter each book through their own knowledge, memories and experience and that means how they perceive its value is different for each reader.

The Sniper Mind Voices is a look at just how readers use The Sniper Mind by looking to see what passages stand out the most for them.

The premise was simple enough:

I asked readers to:

Send me a 10-15 second clip of you reading aloud your favorite passage from The Sniper Mind in English or any other language of your choice (if you use a language other than English I would be grateful if you could also tell me the page and passage you read). Bennie will then choose the best. We shall compile them into a meaningful video edit with full credits and the write up on the page where the video will appear will also mention your name and website.

Please upload the video on Dropbox or Gdrive and share it with me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and don't forget to let me know how you would like the credit at the end to appear and where you would like me to link to.

As it turned out everyone sent in more than 10-15 seconds and the result of the first batch appearing is what you see below:


Teodora Petkova, using The Sniper Mind as a cognitive tool and a reference for effective mind management.

Pierre Provost, psych author and amazing dude.

Gina Fiedel, Co-founder & Co-owner Fat Eyes Web Development.

Closing graphic by Scott Scowcroft The Scott Treatment way to make video pop on the web.

Videography and editing by Bennie (my trusty assistant)

Be A Part Of This

Have you read the book? Want to share your favorite passage with the world? Record yourself reading it and send it to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - let me know how to credit you if I decide to use it.