What would you rather have - conventional success or a high level beyond success? Dan Clark, one of the world’s leading inspirational speakers and leadership trainers, vehemently opposes the conventional wisdom about success. He believes it’s tragic and superficial to build our careers and personal lives around getting more money, bigger houses, cooler toys, and fancier job titles. What’s it all worth in the end? How many outwardly successful people still feel empty inside?
In early 20th Century England Hamilton James Macaulay relates the tale of how he found himself in a Scarborough Bric-a-brac shop. The owner of the shop has 13 long playing records that each contain a hidden track at the end, that tell strange tales of future times. These 13 tales of terror will change Hamilton James Macaulay's life forever and he will leave the shop a murderer. Thirteen is a portmantaeu audio anthology, harking back to the classic horror albums of the 1970s.
"Gramaphone 78s spin some chills"
Since the beginning, stories have been the primary tool used to pass down valuable lessons learned by the generations before us. These lessons help to guide us through challenges faced today. New York Times best-selling author Dan Clark has masterfully combined many of these life lessons into the minutes of Soul Food: Stories to Keep You Mentally Strong, Emotionally Awake, & Ethically Straight.
"Illness That Diverted American Airlines Flight Remains a Mystery
" is from the Health section of The New York Times. It was written by Dan Bilefsky and Nicola Clark and narrated by Fleet Cooper.