The law of attraction is wonderful to know, but many who have discovered this “secret” still lead miserable lives. The Greatest Secret of All clearly explains this law of manifestation but then takes it a quantum leap further, revealing what is truly important in life.
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Being unabridged I thought this would be longer than the Millionaire Course Seminar but it wasn't. Let me save you some time: The greatest secret of all is love. There ya go. The thing is, I love this guy! Marc Allen has become one of my favorite authors. I highly recommend The Millionaire Course Seminar. It shows his personality and sense of humor a lot more and of course has great tips on positive thinking and how to survive as a low key person in a Type-A workaholic culture.
I really like this book. I was surprised to see that some people don't like his narrating. I did listen to the Millionaire Course first, which definitely lets you see some of his personality so maybe I was predisposed to like him reading this. If you listen to the sample, you'll get a good idea of how it sounds. I will say this is probably not the book to listen to on the treadmill at the gym. I prefer to listen to it at night.
Listening to it really centers me and it is the kind of book you can listen to over and over again and draw new understanding out of the words.
God this guys voice just went on and on, so monotone, lifeless and pretentious. With some audiobooks the speaker talks far too fast, this guy drags out every word syllable by syllable.
The actual content was quite good but very repetitious. I'm sure he could easily get his point over within 15 minutes and would still have said too much.
No original or really inspiring. I'll stick with Joe Vitale.
Is it just me?
First, the good: There is a message in this book that makes sense. It is not a new idea by any means. Manifestation.
Now, the BAD (very bad): The author read the book in a voice that was whispery and painfully annoying. It reminded me of a 70s lounge singer trying to speak the words to a song in some kind of cheezy seductive tone.
Finally, the author makes his point and it is all good. But then he goes off on a rant about politicians and war and his views on how tax dollars should be spent. Not the forum in my opinion. I was so annoyed by all of it that I could barely extract the message that I wanted to take away from the book.
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