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  • "This is rubbish"

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    The good thing about this is Napoleon Hill's original text. The rest of it is dozens of hours of complete rubbish thrown in their by Jamie McIntyre.

    Just buy Napoleon's original text (5 stars) and skip this Mega pack of crap.

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    Think & Grow Rich - Mega Audio Pack

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    • By Napolean Hill, Jamie McIntyre
    • Narrated By Jai Hutcherson, Bob Hennesy, Jamie Nesvold
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    Love Think & Grow Rich? Then get this Mega Audio Pack! It is simply the #1 Think & Grow Rich audio pack available in the world today. You get: >Think & Grow Rich, Think & Grow Rich updated for the 21st Century, What I Didn’t Learn At School But Wish I Had, Time Rich, What I Didn’t Learn From Google But Wish I Had; all these audio books for one low price!

    michael says: "...a very long sales pitch!"
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  • Think Like a Freak

    "A 5-hr book buffed up with 2-hr of radio archives"

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    Having listened to the authors' last two books, I did not expect any really serious stuff and find it overall an enjoyable listen. However, the abrupt ending of the book just a bit after 5 hours surprised me as I was still expecting more interesting stuff to unfold. I suppose some statement about its actual length should be in the book description to prevent any disappointment.

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  • "What would we do without Google?"

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    This is great read on the history of Google, it's founders (Larry Page and Sergey Brin), and search technology. In the early days of the internet if you had typed in "newspaper," you would not have gotten "New York Times" or "LA Times" because they didn't have "newspaper" in its title. You had to know exactly what key words would generate the results you wanted. It's amazing to think how far search engines have come -- as you type, they predict what you want and populate key words for you. It is due to Google's extreme focus on technology and goals (speed, measurement, refinement, and openness). And there are many more amazing Google technologies that work seamlessly into our lives, which I have forgotten about -- Google Earth, Google Maps, Google Translate....

    There is a lot of reference to "Googley" people and culture and the company's motto of "don't be evil." I think some readers will find it as a bias towards Google. I think it simply describes a workforce obsessively dedicated to doing what they love. For example, many might argue that Google's entry into China was a major stumble and the book doesn't place much accountability on the executives of Google. I think it was daring that Google did that. Selling technology in China is a high-risk proposition. Corruption and copyright infringements turn many companies away from China. Google had to know failure was very likely. Google took a chance to do something for the people of China. Although they censored results as required by the Chinese government, the users were informed on the page whenever results were censored. It was a small step... but an important step to reflect the value of openness -- the Chinese people were told when they weren't getting everything they wanted to see because the government was censoring it.

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    In the Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives

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    • By Steven Levy
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    Few companies in history have ever been as successful and as admired as Google, the company that has transformed the Internet and become an indispensable part of our lives. How has Google done it? Veteran technology reporter Steven Levy was granted unprecedented access to the company, and in this revelatory book he takes listeners inside Google headquarters - the Googleplex - to explain how Google works.

    Lynn says: "A Rip Snorting Story"

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    Ben says: "Way more than I expected"
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    There was no single, dramatic event that set the current financial crisis off. A whole series of very questionable decisions by many people, in many places, over a period of years, built up the pressures that led to a sudden collapse of the housing market and of financial institutions that began to fall like dominoes as a result of investing in securities based on housing prices. This book is designed to unravel the tangled threads of that story.

    Adolphe says: "Inciteful Non partisan blame"
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    Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local - and Helped Save an American Town

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 51 mins)
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  • Forbes, July 14, 2014  by Forbes Narrated by Ken Borgers

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    Welcome to Forbes for July 14, 2014 from Audible. This edition contains seven feature articles. In the cover story, "175 Years Later, The Mellons Have Never Been Richer. How'd They Do It?" Most of America's Gilded Age fortunes have dissipated over time. Yet, two centuries after Thomas Mellon arrived in America his family, the Mellons are worth $12 billion.

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    On American Public Media’s Marketplace Weekend™ host Lizzie O’Leary guides listeners through the most fascinating economic stories of the week, exploring what happened, why it matters, who it affects and what happens next.

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    Karan Girotra, a professor of technology and operations management at INSEAD, and Serguei Netessine, a professor of Global Technology and Innovation at INSEAD, write about how the secret to success lies in who makes what decisions when and why.

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    Lynn S. Paine, a professor of Business Administration and the senior associate dean for faculty development at Harvard Business School, writes about how companies would do well to follow Nike’s example – create a board-level committee dedicated to corporate responsibility.

  • The Crisis in Retirement Planning (Harvard Business Review) (






UNABRIDGED) by Robert Merton Narrated by Todd Mundt

    The Crisis in Retirement Planning (Harvard Business Review)

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    Robert Merton, a professor of finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management, writes about how fund managers and savers must invest in ways that secure a guaranteed income in retirement.

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  • Harvard Business Review, July/August 2014  by Harvard Business Review Narrated by Todd Mundt

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    "Managing Change, One Day at a Time" by Keith Ferrazzi. "The Crisis in Retirement Planning" by Robert Merton. "Sustainability in the Boardroom" by Lynn S. Paine. "Four Paths to Business Model Innovation" by Karan Girotra and Serguei Netessine.