The Exorcist is a classic movie that follows this book fairly closely. What you don't get in the movie is the human struggle and the interesting historical facts behind "possession" vs. "mental illness" that the author spends a good bit of time on. The author does a great job reading his own work. Really, the Exorcist does not seem to be about a girl being possessed by a demon; rather, it seems to be a story about a struggling priest's fight with his lost faith and his eventual salvation.
Excellent motivational series from Ziglar. If you had to buy one series from him, this is a good one to choose. It provides a very good, over-arching view of his approach, recommendations, and philosophies.
Not really. Some good tips, but really maybe 1.5 hours was about setting goals. The remainder were stories about how Ziglar's tapes benefit people. If you've listened to some of his other recordings, the jokes will be the same and there is little fresh material here.
More talk on setting and achieving goals. There was surprisingly little on this topic considering the title of the lecture.
I enjoy listening to Ziglar. I have several of his recordings. IMHO, this one is one of the weakest in his series.
I do plan on listening to it again in the future. It gives great insight on how the mind works to trick us or blind us. Bit of a quandary on how on part of the mind fools another.
It's a bit long for one sitting, but it is best if taken in in bigger chunks.
Fun beginner's book on critical thinking. There are other books that delve even deeper into critical thinking, fallacies, biases, and argumentation. This one is good for whetting the appetitie.
The insights into how the economy functions, and how to think more critically about information I hear in the news, from politicians, etc.
Good choice if you want an overview of Economic concepts. Nice foundation for further reading.
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