This book has some things most audio books don't have, great story and narration plus the editor chiming in to make the experience crystal clear. Hill's insight into human nature is astounding and the idea of getting the devil to confess is intriguing. This is a must for those who have heard or have ever been asked to listen to Napoleon Hill. I guarantee you will enjoy it and learn from it.
This book is definitely one I would recommend. It tells the story of average people who took advantage of getting into Harvard Business School and making the most of it. Even more, it helps the listener realize that going to HBS isn't the only avenue to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
My favorite part of the book was how the stories were woven together both personal and business, not just bare bones business talk.
The art of two narrators reading the story gave it the feel of a work of fiction while learning what to do and what not to do when planning to start a new business venture.
Of course this book is too long for one sitting but I found myself getting through this book faster than any other book I've listened to on business and leadership.
I will definitely be listening to this book again. I generally don't write reviews but if you need to be inspired to start a business or start another one this could be the book for you.
I thought this would be a jumbled up bunch of lectures that would be just for those of us who are curious and to young to have heard him in person. I was wrong this is a phenomenal treasure of knowledge, much better than the audio of Laws of Success (which I also own). For such a small investment I have received a profound benefit. I am truly grateful for whoever decided to release these recordings to the public. This is his full course on success anyone can learn from them. I encourage you to buy these recordings without hesitation.
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