1) THE BOOK -- THE ORIGINAL IS GREAT. Get the original book (gosh I wonder if the original version is still available?). That is still a great text that holds up over time. The flow of it is great. And my old paper copy can give one a good focus of being positive within Jesus / God. That can be quite different from the genie model of god (of which the prosperity theology is often accused).
2) BUT THE SPIN HERE IS SOMETHING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FROM THE ORIGINAL. DO NOT GET THIS!!! I thought this would be him / someone reading his original book. HECK it has the EXACT SAME TITLE. While this recording includes excerpts from the book, it skips over points that do not meet with modern politically correct cultural sensibilities. This becomes a cherry-picked, re-envisioned version (including things not found in the book + subtle things missing from the original / skirted around) -- so that it is more in tune with secular sensibilities ... .
For example in the book on Page 7 [front and center before you go too far] the focus is on getting your life aligned within Christ (Philippians 4:13 "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth [sic] me."). This is a perspective important to the original work -- a life in Christ strengthens you and THEN if you are going Christ's way how can I lose (this order of horse vs cart can be tricky business some times). In the recording, this reference to Christ does not even appear until track 7, and then it is just one of many affirmations. All other references (so far) are about a general "god" or what I CAN DO. This could easily lead one to think I CAN MANIPULATE GOD, because the focus is on me first, and then after focusing on me, then I reach out to a god in general. So by the time the editors let Jesus slip in, one could interpret that as saying if I use genie-god who can be against me. (see order of cart vs horse -- which is the first focus ... can make a big difference). In modern life I think we call can see how editing can change a message. The editing applied to this I think washes down the original to the point of making this a general pop-psych book about self alignment vs alignment in Christ. Just maybe that minor tweak / edit makes a big difference to some -- just a thought.