Napolean Hill was referred by a friend, and it is a good book, with much needed insight on how successful people think, and create their own success. However, the author does go into heavy, unexpected spiritualism. Near the end, I questioned the author's own sanity - was he very imaginative, or dellusional?
Good production value. Good narration that is not characterized, but not boring. Chapter selection is wonky, but a brisk reading experience that is thought provoking.
Worthwhile read- doesn't take long to get the gist. Honestly not as applicable today as it was in decades past.
Greetings. My brother introduced me to Audible in 2011. Since, nothing but enjoyment. Hopefully my reviews are very useful to you. Enjoy!
Both I would consider both great.
Yes and in addition to that once every 6 months. It's that impactful.
Must have for those that want self development.
Yes! It's at the pinnacle of teaching someone how to attain success.
Having a burning desire for what you want and transmuting that desire into it's monetary equivalent through persistance.
His son born without hearing capacity (physical equipment to support hearing) but through desire he learned to hear through bond conduction of sound.
It was an epiphany! I'm 50 years old now and I'm just acquiring this knowledge.
Wish it was part of my high school's curriculum.
The stories in this book will help you to understand the trials many amazing people have gone through and give you an understanding that you can do what you want as long as you commit.
A very successful man revealing his secrets to well being, not only financially, but in all areas of his life. Interesting, entertaining, and very, very educational.
I have been an avid audible listener foot quite some time.it has helped me stay sharp and entertained as well.
this is the book that started it all for every Success teacher/guru . It is the cornerstone and the standard to which all self help books are based. It is an excellent listen . Worth every credit. This is a must have for your audio library
patently obvious "truths" and a no-brainer for entrepreners.
I'm not sure it will help those who are more comfortable working for others.