I have read (listened to) almost 52 books this year.. 1 per week. This is by far the best book. A must read for almost anyone who is either trying to learn, discover and attain success or just trying to be happy in life..
Regardless of when it was written, the story still applies. the narrator did well and kept my interest. I would recommend if your looking for a time-tested plan for success.
For maximum ROI I feel I must listen to this audio seven times, take notes and experiment with the instructions so that I may create my own personal experiences so that post my accomplishments I may share with the utmost credibility and value.
Portrait and Fine Artist and Avid Reader
Erik Synnestvedt did an excellent job reading this book. He used good voice control that kept you interested.
The book was written just after The Great Depression of the 1930s, however, much of its advice is still relevant today. There are a few dated areas, but there are small, minor, and far-between. This book is as good today as it was then.
Never get tired of this book, read the book several times.Will definitely be listening to this atleast a dozen times a year. I like the fact that this audio is read from the original book.
To much opinion backed by pseudo science. The book is a collage of name dropping, mixed with techniques on self aggrandizement. The secret seems to me, to issue self congratulatory statements often and two fully embrace delusions of grandeur. The author entirely side steps the reason for the success of most, which is hard work.