These parables - one ancient, one modern - contain time-tested secrets that will put you on the road to happiness and prosperity. They offer simple, yet powerful truths about the challenges we all face, and must overcome on the road to success.
The Richest Man in Babylon: George Clason’s motivational classic story of Arkad, a man of humble origins who became the richest man in Babylon. In dialogue with his fellow citizens he reveals the attitudes and behavior that brought him wealth and happiness.
The Magic Story: What turns a loser into a winner? Jay, a down-on-his-luck writer, sees his once struggling friend Sturtevant transformed into a man of supreme confidence and achievement. How did his friend do it?
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I was disappointed to find out that this is NOT the unabridged version of "the richest man in Babylon". I have read this book before and wanted to get an audio version. This book is not by the Napoleon Hill foundation, but George S. Clason, the author of the Magic Story is not mentioned either, which I find disrespectful. I found the information given in the book description to be misleading because of the huge abbreviation and no credit given to the actual authors. However I did enjoy the summary made by the Napoleon Hill foundation at the end of each story.
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A great listen and quick reminder of old Classics. If you want a quick pick me up as to why you are doing what you are doing to become healthy, wealthy, and wise, this is a good Audio book, condensed for convenience. Only for those who believe in themselves, or are ready to believe in themselves.
These stories bring light to the fact that success is an option under any circumstance. More importantly how to achieve it.
A great story about a simple truth. Wish that this was taught to every young person in school today.
Wish someone had told me this story many many years ago. Still, I shall apply the principles, for, "a person, being alive, has not yet failed..."
I enjoyed both of these. He summarizes his teaching in story form, both ancient and modern.
Sorry but some of the stories I've seen from Disney on film turn out to be more amusing, interesting and with more deeper insight...
No...sorry(why am I saying sorry...?)
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