These 100 eye-opening ways to create wealth are drawn from the author's successful careers, with many touching personal stories as well as stories and examples from the hundreds of clients these master coaches have advised. This book is chock full of ways to make money, deepen life's pleasure, increase personal wage-earning power, and start fresh entrepreneurial ideas right at home.
Written for the age of the home-business entrepreneur, this book will appeal to everyone from company CEOs, to life coaches, to stay at home moms, to internet fans, to people who are simply thinking of converting a hobby into wealth. This is the deepest and most penetrating study yet of the psychology of prosperity, and the action steps necessary to produce wealth.
©2007 Stephen D. Chandler and Sam Beckford; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks America
"If you put together the best of Anthony Robbins and Wayne Dyer, you would almost have Steve Chandler." (The Chicago Sun-Times)
This goes beyond the plain wealth advancement category. It really helps you clarify practical methods and changes your perception about servicing customers, growing existing customers, and how to treat them. It establishes the true wealth mentality, and just happens to be a good personal growth book. 100 great ways, a great price, and I don't know why I waited on this book. Don't wait, just get this one. Will try some of their others. This mentions them, and I like when a new book comes out that summarizes info from past books so you get a good value deal here. This book could be the one that gets you on your way.
This is a great book. I have already listened to it once and have started to listen again. I have been inspired to make changes in my own business by the ideas in this book. "100 Ways to Create Wealth" is well worth the money!
I found several ideas that I could implement right away for my business and some that I need to think about or go over again. I usually listen while driving so taking notes is not an option but I do book mark and go back. Some great marketing revelations that I can change for my business. He also pointed some things that we are always told to do for starting/marketing a business that may really be "business wive's tales" .
no - nice that each chapter is an idea so you can break it up
It would be nice to have a download of the table of contents so that you had a list of the 100 ideas to use as a refresher or to take notes on....
The reader (who is the author I guess), is very slow and drawn out. I used to listen to this book while working and driving and working out on the treadmill. And it was so boring! Not because of the content, but because of the reader.
100 Ways is one of my favorites to listen too because each item number gives you guarenteed useful points. It is in the mid to low rating for the speaker because he's so boring after a while. At some points I got annoyed and thought "alright enough with the story move on dear."
I appreciated that he quoted some of my favorite authors like Napoleon Hill and Florence Scovel Shinn. It made me respect is content more too, knowing that he was familiar with these authors.
No he was very dry and his inflections were barely noticable. Think Ben Stein voice... and it only gets worse! You have to listen a couple times to pick up some points. I expected it to be like Intro, Main Point, Example/Story, with his inflections indicating when something was important. It took repeating it to pick up these parts.
Heck no! Too dull although excellent and valuable points were made. Narration is too rough.
Nothing to rave about. Not bad for the price. Content helpful? In General yes. Would I recommend it to others? No.
Have not finished listening so I am not sure. Narrator Steve Chandler is painful to listen to.
Same poor narration.
I am sure Steve Chandler is a fine person. I have listened to a previous book where he was the narrator and finally stopped listening as his narration was a distraction. His narration in this book was diificult to listen to as well. Unfortunately I think his narration is a serious detractor from excellent content. Sorry to provide a poor review.
New narrator could really benefit this audiobook.
I read and listen to a lot of motivational books, and this is one of my all time favorites. I love Steve Chandler's voice (I feel like I'm listening to my fravorite uncle tell great stories) and he strikes the perfect tone teaching practical concepts that can change your life while putting a light hearted spin on it. He's funny! The content is spot on too. He gives day-to-day examples that illuminate common misconceptions many of us have about creating wealth as well as the proven steps that work over and over. Well worth a listen.
This book was a great review of some of the ways to keep yourself on a positive track. The information is not new or earth shattering but a great review and reminder of some of the basics. Reminding us that taking calculated risks, following are dreams and hard work can pay off. I need this reminder every now and then and this is a great way to get it. I listened to a few a day to get my head in the right place.
absolutely, have already listened to it a few times.
Not really any different characters to remember, I like the way it was written so genuinely, it's like being in a room with a best friend and just chatting and sharing ideas. Sitting at the feet of wisdom so to speak.
too many to count, and continuing to grow as I keep listening to it over and over.
When's the next book, I'll buy anything he writes (they write) ...
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