Life-changing wisdom never goes out of style! These eight classic works have truly stood the test of time, selling tens of millions of copies and remaining in constant demand. Now The Secrets of Success, a one-of-a-kind anthology of achievement, reveals why they are every bit as inspiring as they were a century ago.
Here are the masterpieces of success and motivation that have influenced and earned the praise of Brian Tracy, Tony Robbins, Denis Waitley, and many other self-help giants. Listen to such landmark books as The Science of Getting Rich, As a Man Thinketh, and The Magic Story, and you will believe you are truly hearing the secrets of the masters, speaking to you from a hundred years ago. Reflect on the messages of Acres of Diamonds, The Majesty of Calmness, and The Greatest Thing in the World, and you will feel equipped to master the challenges of modern life with the wisdom of the ages.
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Everyone deserves to be rich...this outstanding collection of motivational classics takes the mystery out of prosperity and teaches listeners how to achieve the riches they deserve. It's a collection that has enriched millions over the years. It's interesting, motivating, and I highly recommend it!
Hard to answer because the content is amazing and important but the performance (reader) is abysmal
Narrators are so crucial for success of audiobooks. I am a fan of personal and professional development books but could not get past the horrible choice for narration in the first section. His voice has nice tones, but was too monotonous and poorly enunciated for this subject. This style would be a fabulous narrator for self hypnosis or relaxation material. I was so busy being bored, I have no idea what the book content really included.
I thought the narrator was very hard to understand because many of the stories or books are really pretty old. There was no way to bring this forward and apply it to modern day life. The use of words that we no longer use in modern day speech made this seem very dated. I would save my money and spent it instead on something written in the last 5 years.
I wish I would have read the reviews. Great classics horribly narrated. Wasted credit. I'm starting the third book of eight and it has turned into a grind to listen.....not sure if I'll make it through all eight books because of the narrator.
Why am I stuck in a loop being forced to do a review when I don't feel like it. Once I purchase the book it would be nice if I were left alone. being forced into doing a review makes for a negative customer experience. Surely you know that this material is available for free on YouTube so one would think that there'd be a business case only if customers would get hassle free, low cost access that can be shared a cross devices.thank you
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