The Law of Success is one of those classics in which the content, whilst a bit dated / antiquated in its delivery (as well as some anecdotal content) - remains valid for modern day business and personal attitude requirements for success.
Yes. I'm sure the principles of his teachings remain relevant in modern day culture and business
Very funny when preaching absolute
There were many lessons to be learned but if you are someone who already strives for self improvement, the best thing you will get out of this book is reinforcement of existing success principles and practices.
this book should be labelled a
The book was presented by two different people - or sounded like it was. Dr Myles Munroe delivers straight talking, no nonsense motivation.
The section revealing the results of studies into physical activity and it's effects on academic performance.
Maintaining a healthy active lifestyle is a cornerstone of self motivation, balancing of moods and sustaining quality personal relationships.
This presentation was a good wake-up call for me. Get active, don't wallow in self-pity and plot your own success without paying attention to the limitations decreed by so-called
Sure. He's a good presenter
British, Easy to listen
ABSOLUTELY. Nothing new here. But repetition is key.
No, very enjoyable
As a professional comedian with 11 years high level performance experience, I downloaded this audiobook because I was simply curious - I was intrigued that someone had actually created a
Nothing, the book was well presented.
Nothing. Maybe more live clips of his own performances, delivery style/s and audience responses. Good and Bad. THAT would have been great!
On the whole - good work Greg.
Top 10 so far.
The constant questioning of accepted history.
Egyptian History gets, to quote Alice in Wonderland:
Zecharia Sitchin blazed a new trail when he single-handedly translated the epic history of humankind from Sumerian tablets. This book is best not compared to other books as it presents a unique record from uncontested translation.
Very interesting the way the ancient Sumerian history confirms certain biblical stories yet highlights the gross misinterpretation which has been taken as
The history you SHOULD have been taught.
Wow. Could this all be true? Would certainly explain a lot about the world we live in.
I haven't read the print version but the audio version was excellent.
The most compelling aspect of this book is the basic questioning of the history we have all been taught. Upon closer scrutiny we realise that our version of history is nothing more than a collection of nonsense from arrogant egotistical megalomaniacs.
There were no characters as this is a non-fictional work. The narrator simply read Erich's words.
No particular moment as the entire book was one astounding revelation after another.
It is such a pity that the world has been stuck an induced coma of religious dogma and myopia, for the better part of two thousand years. We have limited our own progress as a species - we
It wasn't concrete enough. But then I suppose it wouldn't be called conspiracy if there was a definitive concrete conclusion backed by evidence.
Narration was fine but needed a common voice as the glue to knit the interviews and commentary together.
Yes. This should be a monthly ongoing broadcast with updates on previous stories.
It's a bit of a catch 22 situation. Authors want people to take their work seriously but then they title their works with something inflammatory because they think it will sell better. The result is that readers don't give the work credibility as they would a news story. The irony is revolting. So called conspiracies are often TRUE...but because they carry the label
I always enjoy a good subliminal audio session and this one delivered. Very relaxing.
Yes. With information overload on a daily basis. We need to filter out unwanted noise on a regular basis. Binaural audio really helps.
Yes. Science doesn't stand still. As more research is done in this field it would be good to have updated versions that use this technique.
Yes, in fact I think it's the kind of book you NEED to listen to more than once.
Fingerprints of The Gods by Graham Hancock. Both men are fearless, educated and articulate and this comes through in their writing. It can't be easy to write about this subject matter and retain respect within academic circles - unfortunately because of the narrowminded manipulative views of people in power and subservient dogma of the mainstream religions, these studies are often viewed with contempt, ridicule and fear by those in positions of educational, religious and political power.
His pronunciations were good and his neutral tone allows one to form clearer mental images of the subject matter.
We need MORE books in this category!
Yes. The content is not bad.
A more generic
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