His most famous work is a book called The Science of Getting Rich, in which he explains how to get rich and live life in all of its abundance.
The Science of Getting Rich is a must-have audiobook for anyone who wants to create wealth and achieve financial independence.
The Science of Being Well
This book is an instructor in the use of the universal Principle of Life, and my effort has been to explain the way in so plain and simple a fashion that the reader, though he may have given no previous study to New Thought or metaphysics, may readily follow it to perfect health.
The Science of Being Great
There is a Principle of Power in every person. By the intelligent use and direction of this principle, man can develop his own mental faculties. Man has an inherent power by which he may grow in whatsoever direction he pleases, and there does not appear to be any limit to the possibilities of his growth.
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I like this book but...the hearing someone else in the background is anoying. In the Science of Getting Rich Section there is a second person in the back groung who sighs very loudly, or can be heard whispering to someone in the background. This happens 4 times during the Narraters reading. Especially noticable while wearing headphones.
Think and Grow Rich
Understanding that I am equal to everyone else
This was a very good Trilogy of books. I have learned quite a bit about the power that resides in all of us.
While the material is superb and potentially life changing, this performance is horrible! The narrator sounds like a kid in high school, called on in class to read material he is obviously unfamiliar with. He mispronounces words constantly, pauses at the end of the writing on the page rather than where punctuation indicates, he emphasizes the wrong words in the sentences, and clearly has no understanding of, nor any familiarity with, the material. I will avoid this narrator in the future whenever possible.
"The Science Of Getting Rich" is similar to Napoleon Hill's "Think and Grow Rich" and T.Harv Eker's "Millionaire Mind" materials. Many of the principles overlap or mirror exactly. I recommend reading & listening to them all. Each presents the material in a slightly different way, and by familiarizing yourself with all of them, you will gain greater understanding and insight into the ideas within.
THIS PERFORMANCE IS HORRIBLE! The narrator sounds like a kid in high school, called on in class to read material he is obviously unfamiliar with. His reading is mechanical and word by word, rather than thought by thought. He frequently mispronounces words which he clearly does not understand, he pauses at the end of the page rather than where punctuation indicates, he emphasizes the wrong words in the sentences, and clearly has no understanding of, nor any familiarity with, the material. He misses idioms and quotes, and clearly does not understand what they are, or why they are there. I will avoid this narrator in the future whenever possible and recommend that everyone else do the same.
Yes! Absolutely. It would be like "The Secret." - As long as this "narrator" was not involved in it, it would be great!
Can I get my money back, and buy a different version? Please?
To my amazement this book was filled with far more biblical truth than I expected. The title and the text are not as equally yoked in the 21st century as I would have expected. I am well pleased, and I will only be able to recommend this to a select few at a time. life changing books!
The narration is alright. There are times when you hear someone else breathing and making noises in the background. The content being read is phenomenal! Absolutely life changing. Apply the principles in this book to your life and you will obtain greatness!
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