First let me start off by saying that I enjoy and have almost everything that Audbile offers as far as Napoleon Hill goes. Even though most of the material overlaps I just enjoy listening to it in a different styles and formats.
I also enjoy most of the other guests on this audobook and have some of their individual works.
With that said this was the worst. First the quality was bad it sounds like it was recorded using tin cans and string.
After I found that they had some real Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone recordings I felt I could get past the awful recording quality. Needless to say I couldnt.
Mr. Hill's and Mr. Stone's sections were great , quality was crisp and clear and the information was great.
It got bad when everyone else started talking about the lessons that were presented by Hill and Stone. When the "masters" were talking about the lessons they kept mentioning their name every time. It really sounded like a bad conference call.
Les Brown and Brian Tracey were great not as annoying as the other narrators.
Needless to say I struggled to get past this. The bad quality plus the bad conference call feeling didn't do it for me.
Im not sure if I am going to return it there are some great nuggets from Mr. Hill of information just not sure if it was worth a credit.
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