Napoleon Hill is considered the forefather of the modern personal-development movement and his motivational classic, Think and Grow Rich - the 20th best-selling book of all-time - has inspired millions with its words and thoughts on discovering success and abundance within oneself. But Think and Grow Rich was but a condensation of his true master work, The Law of Success. Twenty years of research and writing after his first interview with Andrew Carnegie. Twenty years spent interviewing the most famous and successful men of his time, studying their habits, analyzing their methods and unlocking their secrets to success. First published in 1928 as an eight-book series, The Law of Success represents Hill’s complete philosophy of success and mind-power method - the original master key to personal achievement.
In this audiobook, you will hear Hill’s complete explanation of his method, his philosophy, and his science of personal achievement - unabridged and unadorned with modern updates. Learn:
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Excellent book! I am in the process of using the information contained within it's "pages". I did go out and get a hardcopy as well to study from as well because it helps me to absorb the information more thoroughly. As most listeners of audiobooks know, the narrator can make a break an audiobook. I have this version, but prefer the Grover Gardner narration. That being said, Fred Stella get's kudos as well. It's Grover Gardner's pace that I like. The information is valuable in any version, so choose which voice is best suited to your ear for it's 25 hour playing time.
What would have made it better is if I could have actually downloaded the WHOLE audio book like I thought I would be able to! Didn't happen! Not happy about that!
Wouldn't know, I didn't get the WHOLE download of the audio book as I was supposed to FREE! That was an "offer" Audible offered me and it didn't materialize.
Probably. It wasn't Fred Stella's fault!
Don't know since I couldn't get the download of the WHOLE book!
Yea, I probabably won't use "Audible" again and woudn't recommend them at this time to anyone! Some improvement needs to be made in honoring your offers and delivering what you offered...free or not!
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