©2009 Sharon L. Lechter CPA and Greg S. Reid; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I'm not much of a reader but I am a great listener. I like to listen to an audiobook before I decide its worth buying the book in print.
This audio book is a really nice read. it expands exponentially on Napoleon Hill's, "Three Feet From Gold". It has a cool story on how the author's over came their obstacles and turned them into many great opportunities. It has a lot of real world experiences with real successful people you can look up and verify. It was educational and a fun read.
In an entertaining way a story of obstacles leads the way to inner victory.
Yes, The way the story was told held my attention like no other book.
When everything came together for the main character. I look forward to listening to this again.
I can't remember his name but the one who was making everything happen. He left his Jacket that started everything.
Never Give UP!!!
When you are discouraged, read this book again.
I would listen to Three Feet from Gold, again and again and again..... The book has life-changing values.
I'm finding it hard to find one particular portion of the book I like the best because the book was just perfect all the way around it kept my attention it was life-changing this is a book that I will keep forever and pass down to family and friends indefinitely.
His ability to change his voice according to the character as well as his ability to keep the interest of the listener
So... be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O'Shea, you're off to Great Places! Today is your day!
This is a solid keeper. The life lessons and gems of wisdom are awesome! This is a great core read/listen for your business associates and teammates.
Everyday people doing extraordinary things. People pushing through the adversities that are inevitable; especially when you up to big things.
Completely loved and enjoyed this book. The storyline keeps your attention and commands you to keep listening. It's a reminder you are always three feet from gold. Giving up on a dream is possible and yet at the same time, if dreams were easily achievable, everyone or every business would reach their dreams/goals without struggles.
Yes, it was and I listened to it a few hours a day each day until I was complete.
I recommend this book to everyone I know. It provides a different way of thinking.
Yes this is a great book for some like me that is always on the go and in the car traveling this is the best way for you take advantage of the down time you have like me when I am in my car in Southern California just sitting in traffic...
The main character in my opinion is the best character for me. I see alot of me in him and I loved how he progressed throughout the book.
Dan John Miller really brings this story to life for me and has a way of story telling that is great for me.
Lover of life and lover of books! I read/listen to a wide range (many) but my favorite non fiction are self-help and autobiographies.
Excellent book! Its value is in the story form. Many people learn easier from stories (don't we tell our children and grandchildren stories) that teach them valuable lessons that no standard text book can teach.
Not only are the stories invaluable to teach lessons, they are much easier to remember and apply due to the interwoven quotes.
If you enjoy this format of learning through life's lessons then I suggest listening to one of my favorite podcast s - Entrepreneur on fire - John Lee Dumas.
It didn't really give any new information, it simply presented the concepts of Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich in a story-like format.
I would have not made it a story at all, but rather a more solid presentation of how today's successful business people became so successful, whether through Hill's principles and/or others.
haven't heard any others from Dan John Miller.
I supposed it could be a schmaltzy movie on Lifetime or something.
I noticed that this book has received many high marks. Obviously, it is resonating with many people. I think the more familiar you are with success principles, the less you'd enjoy this type of story-telling presentation. There is good substance in there, to be sure, but nothing you haven't heard before if you are a fan of Napoleon Hill already.
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