Before this one i had listened to 50 self-help classics, it was good, but this one was great!
While i did not enjoy all 50 there is atleast 50%-75% of books that i will be looking into further.
For those of you who have never done the 50 classics series it's like cliff-notes for 50 books in that genre.
I think one reason i liked this one so much:
1. Great book selection
2. Great info (notes) on the books
3. Had some up-to-date books (in the year 2000's)
Overall if your looking to make more money and have prosperity in the future this is a GREAT place to start, make sure you have a note pad with you!
p.s. i'm now working on 50 Psychology classics
If your willing to put in the work this book is going to push you in the right direction.
Any time a book starts off by saying it's not your 'average self help book' you know your in for an average self help book with re-hashed info. This started that way and quickly changed, this isn't a book that you can read and get a few ideas from. You have to be willing to put in some work and after that you will find yourself in a better place. I will admit there are a few spots I glazed over, but overall I was quite impressed with the delivery and structure along with the exercises included.
Well worth the read, I actually bought the hard copy for my wife to read (she doesn't like audiobooks lol)
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There was so much info that i'm going to have to go back and take notes (when i have 10 hours to go back) This is a great way to get "cliff notes" of 50 great books... a great way to find out a little about a lot and if you want more info, you can go out and buy the book. i found out that a lot of "success books" coming out these days are rehashes of thoughts published many many years ago! highly recommend... i just got 50 selfhelp and 50 psychology greats.... on to my next!
I am a fan of Jonathan Fields and think he is a smart innovator. I’m not currently starting a business or writing a novel or doing something personally risky, and so the advice in this book didn’t seem quite so compelling for me, although there were still some useful tips. I liked thinking about startup culture and innovation and feel like I’m a little more informed about making smart business decisions (if I’m ever in the position to do so). I had a hard time listening to the narrator’s voice, so that was an unfortunate downside.