The book has lots of information on the wealth in America and how do the millionaires get there. There were too many number and statistics that they throw at you that for the first few hours, it might seem it's getting no where. The book is written like a research paper. I would have preffered that they created a summary of the major points to become wealthy, and then elaborate to prove or strengthen their points. I'm not sure for the abridged book, but for those who loves numbers and percentage and can appreciate the research style of the book, then go for it. If not, maybe you can try the abridged book(don't quote me on this because i've not listened to the abridged book). Overall, other than the organization of the book, i believe that the information is an eye opener especially in terms of how we define and maintain wealth.
The book is a good start for those who wants to improve not only their pronounciation but also the flow and intonation of a speech. There are practices session which can be done even during your drive to work. One thing to note is that in order to improve, it needs a lot of practice. I believe the book is a bit short and does not explain why do we practice in low to high and high to low pitch. It would be beneficial since then the we can identify and detect what areas are we practicing to improve. I'm relating to the last portion of the book on the exercises. One more thing, I made the mistake of not recording my voice before starting the program so i had no reference to compare if i made improvements or not, so please record so you will have a benchmark or your progress.
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