Discover the books that have already enriched millions. This unabridged guide to the literature of prosperity and motivation surveys 50 of the all-time classics, giving you their key ideas, insights, and applications, everything you need to know to start benefiting from these legendary works.
From rags-to-riches stories of such entrepreneurs as Carnegie, Buffett, and Walton, to master motivators like Zig Ziglar, Brian Tracy, and Napoleon Hill, to such contemporary business blockbusters as Jack Welch, Spencer Johnson, and Robert Kiyosaki, these are the leaders and pioneers who have helped generations of readers unleash their potential and discover the secrets of success.
As you are introduced to landmark works ranging from the classic (Acres of Diamonds, The Science of Getting Rich, The Way to Wealth) to the current (Good to Great, The Millionaire Mind) you will:
50 Success Classics is a must for any listener working towards personal and financial success.
©2006 Tom Butler-Bowdon; (P)2006 Gildan Media Corp.
This was a fantastic resource. These 50 books all have different approaches and characteristics, and Butlter-Bowdin's descriptions helped me choose which books to persue in greater detail. I regularly listen to this audio to get new ideas for my next selections. Some of the books are a little harder to find than others, but this audio helps you decide which are worth the effort. Highly recommended.
I had read some of the books encompassed in this volume and the condense version was on point. i wish i would have read this book first.
I discovered several books I hadn't heard about before and have added them to my list of purchases to make. The narrator Richard Davidson has a great voice that flows through the 10 hours of reading. I highly recommend it
I listened to this one twice then bought the hard copy! I am making my way through a selection of the books contained within. Very inspiring and a primer for those seeking success in business and life in general.
Do you want one big chunk of so so information or small digestible pieces of information? This is the latter .. small , manageable pieces of information. Not too much not to small .. Just enough to get you interested in the book / topic but not too much to ruin the entire book if you decided to pursue it further.
It gave me a huge jump on finding the books I need to listen to
It stands alone based on what I have read (listened to)
He emphasizes the right words and truly provides a narrative the way I believe the author intended
That I not only have been choosing the right books to listen to but also an extensive reading list. It is sort of the Mother of all book reviews
Get this book! It will add a great deal of value to your quality of life
I've listened to all of the 50 [something] Classics and while this one was good, it was the one that took me the longest to get through. But it's still great and provides a great summary of a number of significant works in the Success field. i hope the author plans to release some more books like this.
i didn't have any issues with the narration either.
Good summaries of many significant books. This quickly allowed me to learn a lot of interesting things from many books and later focus on a few of far greater relevance to my personal needs. It greatly exceeded my expectations. Great value. I found his earthy voice quite expressive and easy to follow.
I was looking for a real sampling of the 50 classics. Instead I get a book report on each of the books. Not good at all. I enjoy these books for the motivation this provides. Each new sample kept me feeling that I had been suckered.
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