In this program Denis Waitley narrates James Allen's famous book, first published in 1903. It is one of the most widely studied self-help books of all time and has had a major impact on generations, thanks to its simple message: "You are what you think".
Denis Waitley, among other well-known authors and speakers, credits this one little book, given to him at age 13, as a life-changing inspiration that led him toward a career in planting the seeds of greatness in others. In the words of Allen himself, "Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become. Dreams are the seedlings of realities."
A recognized pioneer in the personal-development movement, Denis Waitley is one of the most respected and listened-to voices on high-performance achievement and is the author of 18 nonfiction books. His audio album, The Psychology of Winning, is the all-time best-selling program on self-mastery. As a Man Thinketh, in audio format, is a must-listen-to program for those who believe in the law of attraction; its object is to stimulate men and women's discovery and perception of the truth that they are the makers of themselves.
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Insightful, concise, and positive. Great recording that I plan on listening to many times over.
"Great book. Authoritative&Convincing performance."
Too many audio books are read by 'have a go heroes' who don't sound convinced or passionate about the content. This performance was the complete opposite. It was an authoritative and convincing performance by a reader clearly invested in the book's message. His cadence was just right and his timing perfect. I felt like I was listening to the original author, and that allowed me to take in more of the content. As a man thinketh....indeed!
"Great book - highly recommended"
Really love this book, there are so many profound truths in here and many simple principles that you can apply in your life to change things for the better. Quality if the audio was great too. Definitely money well spent.
"As good as promised"
Contains many brilliant insights. This was recommended by Bob Proctor and is clearly an inspiration for much of his teachings.
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