If you want to know more about what is stopping you from finding success in your life, this audiobook will be of great value!
The first thing I want to say is that you should listen to Think and grow rich (Napoleon Hill) before you listen to this book. It will help you to follow the author's mind.
Another thing is that Sharon Lechter brings NOTHING more to the book whatsoever. It was actually really annoying having to listen to her whenever she comments as it brought nothing more to what Hill was already saying. Another thing is that she keeps pushing her book "3 feet from gold" and that too was really annoying.
Sharon Lechter doesn't comment too often so it's no TOO bad.
This being said, I HIGHLY recommend this book. It is a big eye opener on the keys to finding success in your life!
You're into sales? YES, you need to read this book. It covers everything you need to know to find success in this career. At first I thought his New-York-in-your-face style of speech was a bit too intense, but you get used to it and at the end I loved it! Great book.
This author has a lot of good material to discuss in his book, but seriously should have hired a narrator. His voice his monotonous and boring. If you can go pass that, he does cover many good points. I do recommend reading this book...but get a good strong coffee first to not fall asleep while driving!
This book is his speech that gives an insight on his other book "The success principles". It will make you want to get the other book too...and that is a good thing! It is truly inspiring and easy to put into action. Do this and you'll get instant results.
It get's the job done! Not too repetitive, and it really helps learning all the new words in an esay and effective way!
This book explains the psychology behind why most poor people stay poor and why most rich people stay rich. It will help you understand more who you are, how you think about money, and how to re-wire your thinking to help you achieve your goals!
I purchased this book after I read Steve Job's biography which was very inspiring and very well written.
I expected pretty much the same "awesomeness" from the life of Einstein. I was a good book, but most of it are analysis of the letters that Einstein wrote during his life which did not make it as interesting to me. So it's not so much a story of his life, it's mostly the collection of his correspondence. I was a bit disappointed by that.
Other than that, it gives great insights on Einstein's life, his passions, his ideas, and all that stuff. Overall, it is a good book!
If you are looking at a very useful book to help you take real steps toward your life success, you need this book!
Full of practical insights, step by step instructions, and very useful insights.
Read this book!
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