Although the books included in this audio are classics, the narration is poorly done. It is as if you'd asked your brother, who has no interest in these titles, to read to you while you drive.
The author narrates this audio book and he is by far the least persuasive speaker I have heard on Audible. It actually made me laugh when the author was on the topic of using your voice to persuade others. The content is unoriginal and disappointing.
This audio seems geared toward an anger management class or addiction recovery. The author provides a masculine paradigm to explain problems with emotions and self-esteem, offering a face-saving explanation to people (men?) without a spiritual compass. Excellent for its purpose but not challenging for those who have read a lot of self-help/spiritual texts.
Although 4 talks are contained on this audio, there is some redundance and, at times, Dyer's train of thought seems to wander perilously. A pleasant voice and nice ideas, overall. Still I wonder if Dr. Dyer regrets his sarcasm when dealing with a cold sufferer now that he has had a mild heart attack and angioplasty.
This is not a new work by Dyer. This is a recording of a short talk he made in 1995. It references the OJ trial. It contains nothing that is not in the "Wayne Dyer Audio Collection"
The author and his scripted acolytes sound like new-age "saints" on Percodan. I tried to hang in there, I really did, but when the author describes how women can enhance their connection to 'now' during menses I could not leap the chasm of believability.
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