Mesa, az, United States | Member Since 2003
This book has a really neat perspective from an author in the 1880s. He basically give his impressions of thoughts and what they produce. A self help Guru of his time his prospective is fresh but quite different from today's understanding of the power of your own thoughts. It is a little hard to follow and swallow at times but it still is a good listen and something to meditate on. It is a worthy book to me to read (listen To), well worth my time.
Hard to listen to if you do not have a mathematical mind. Yet it still had some good qualities. And if you really listen it, some of it is not to hard to follow. for me it was still a good listen. Even though I'm not much of a logic thinker.
A little dull to listen to. There are many other audio books that have this title included with a bundle of audio books that are easier to listen to. It still has great material. I hardly ever give an average rating to any books I purchase but there are always exceptions.
The narrator for this audio book made it a great listen. The story, the history, the man behind the apple computer made for great history lesson as well as a unique view into a great mans life. I say that because he did something incredible and he knows it and isn't shy to say it. I'd have to say it was well worth my time to enjoy his look on life even if I'm not an engineer.
Time will tell. Yes I am a sucker too, or am I? You have to believe this stuff works for it to be your cup of tea. I also don't mind purchasing something the helps me learn to meditate. Although this is a challenge, if a wrong note hits you at the right time. This audio book often does with its unique beats. I reserve my judgement till I learn more, maybe the next book will be better understood if I let it.
Absolutely! This book gives you a very cool different perspective on archaeology and religion . It challenges your notion of what the past really has to offer," If you let it". Closed minds wont get this book or the author. I enjoyed every minute of this book and intend to fined every book written by Erich von Daniken and translated into English. The narrator made his book very engaging. If you enjoy challenging what you think you know about the world this book might just be what your looking for, so will all the other books he has written. I hope you enjoy the audio book as much as I did.
It was a good book up until the end for me. I did enjoy the story and the narrators reading the story but I did not like the final twist. But I like Arthur C. Clarke's ability to tell/write a good story in general.
This audio book by Genevieve Behrend gives her take on focusing on your dreams. I found it to be very informative but need to study it more. None the less I have high praise for anything that helps one focus to find and make their dreams come true, as long as it makes sense and is easy to understand. And this is easy to understand but there is much still to discern. The Narrator is an easy listen.
A great listen and quick reminder of old Classics. If you want a quick pick me up as to why you are doing what you are doing to become healthy, wealthy, and wise, this is a good Audio book, condensed for convenience. Only for those who believe in themselves, or are ready to believe in themselves.
Powerful and enlightening, for me anyway. This audio book is too cool for words. The information in this book for some one studying or just being introduced to the Law of Attraction is phenomenal to say the least. It has a lot of information for such a small audio book. Listen to what the author is saying, practice what the audio book preaches, and you can get a lot from it. The reader is spot on when it comes to conveying what is written to the listener. For me this was an excellent audio book. It takes more than one listen for it to sink in but when it does watch out! You will be more aware of yourself and your actions and reactions than you ever thought possible.
This book take articles Napoleon Hill has written over the years in his magazines and put them in book form as he covers doing business following the Golden Rule, treating people the way you want to be treated. This is valuable for the entrepreneur if he needs a reminder or maybe a blue print in doing business with others. Its a really good book, but I enjoy learning from Napoleon Hill's writings.
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