Right up there with the best self-growth books I've read.
Hearing that current celebrities and coaches you admire follow the concepts illustrated in this book.
It would be easier to absorb the substance of this book if his voice flowed more. He sounded mechanical which was fine during storytelling. During the teaching of concepts, I found myself rewinding often.
It was hard to turn off the audiobook but necessary In order to really think about each concept.
As a whole-
This book is life-changing. Not just concepts but actual TOOLS to help move forward, grow...get over the hang-ups we carry that hold us back. I didn't necessarily agree with everything stated but that definitely didn't tarnish what the book offers as a whole.
Speakers voice sounds a bit mechanical but you'll get used to it.
About to start my second-listen.
this info is timeless. Definitely worth (re)visiting
yes, extremely great value
This is a business book not a novel.Silly question
more than I could mention in the space available
The reason for my headline above is the following...I know that Think and Grow Rich came before Psycho-Cybernetics but it seems that every book after this one seems to use elements from this book. It's all there.
Sure.... Zig tells great stories in a hometown preacher sort of way... but not a whole lot of practical application. He is inspiring, but not necessarily a good teacher. Covey is very practical and a good teacher but not very "motivational" and of course, Napoleon Hill started it all with Think and Grow Rich. Maxwell however is all of the above. Good Story, compelling, well told, good practical advice that can be applied by anyone.
I have listened to this one twice... back to back. I'm sure I will listen to it again after I finish the boring book I'm listening to now.
love the information but the narrorater is horrible- this is better read instead of listend to- it puts me asleep while driving.
Im a big fan of cognitive science having studied it at length in my academic career, but I found Moonwalking With Einstein and Made To Stick more interesting mostly because they approach applicability to skills in the real world. I found this book a little academic and dry
That said, this is a great work and should be read by anyone who is interested in he the brain works, I'd just ranking it lower than others.
A definite must read for anyone looking to improve themselves. Covers issues that could have been caused due to childhood and upbringing. Extremely insightful. You'll want to keep this to read again and again.
I liked it better, only because I can put on my headphones and crawl into bed. I don't usually fall asleep for a couple of hours anyway, so this way I can read, get relaxed and drift off.
This was my first experience with a audible book, but he did a great job! I was worried that I wouldn't like the way the information was read to me, but I loved it!
I highly recommend this book! I had read it 40 years ago and have often revisited the information I had learned from it. It was interesting when re-reading the book, to realize how many things I had been drawing from it all these years later. It's a great self help book, with exercises to reinforce your learning experience. It is well read and I really enjoyed the experience of having it read to me!
I liked that this book has been updated, but even from the original stories, I got the intention of the message. Focus on what you want and it will happen. I'm a golfer & really enjoyed the golf parables.
brilliant, necessary, interesting
the brain that changes itself because it has many of the core concepts found in neuroscience
Yes, because I like it. It is a great listen on a great subject. 5 stars
I think Paul Mitchell made this book even better
Apply what you have learned.