Yes, this book opened my eyes in so many ways!
This book should be taught in school, period.
In my opinion and to my surprise the narrating done by Erik Synnestvedt is not that good (I have listened to him before, he can do much better). Grover Gardner on the other hand, is great!
For some reason, this book makes me really happy. I don't know what it is...
It's a great intro to the Law of Attraction!
I would say this is a top 10 must read.
Realizing how easy it is to make someone feel special.
How to give constructive criticism without the person realizing that I am correcting them.
If you enjoyed Robert Kiyosaki's "Rich dad, Poor dad" then you owe it to yourself to get this book (and vice versa).
This book will not only make you think, but most importantly, it will make you act. If you are to read one book, and one book only in your life, this is it.
There are some "outdated holes" in the story though, but considering the age of it, this is not a problem.
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