The narration let's this title down, big time! One sentence just runs in to the next without pause which is very difficult to listen to. However I am not a fan of the use of the old language used throughout the book. Jim Rohn highly recommends this book but most of the lessons on money are fairly obvious - e.g. never a borrower nor lender be. I forced myself to listen to the end but it is unlikely I will listen to it again.
For the price you can't argue with the content. I highly recommend his "Have your best year ever" DVD but missing from much of his audiobooks and DVD's is the information on how to actually use a journal which is where this comes in. If you haven't seen or heard his other material then you might be wondering why you need this title. Good value.
I didn't like the unabridged version as it is too long for me with too many side stories (not ADD friendly), this abridged version was a much better concised version that covered everything I wanted to know without as much technical language. I am not as happy with the narrator on this abridged version though, as they were different and the unabridged version narrator sounded more like a doctor which I liked. But with that said, this audiobook enlightened me so much about my ADD. I had to laugh at how accurate the symptoms list was. It contains a lot of useful information for children & adults (including an interesting shortened segment on managing your ADD child going through college - so they don't end up with a 0.00 GPA!! ). I highly recommend this shortened version though.
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