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Think and Grow Rich
- The Landmark Bestseller Now Revised and Updated for the 21st Century
- By: Napoleon Hill
- Narrated by: Joel Fontinos
- Length: 6 hrs and 26 mins
Think and Grow Rich is the seminal work by the well-loved and world-renowned Napoleon Hill, a contemporary of Dale Carnegie. Originally published in 1937, Hill's money making secrets are as powerful today as they were then- and can change your life forever. After interviewing more than 500 of the most affluent men and women of his time, Hill uncovered the secret to great wealth, based on the notion that if we can learn to think like the rich, we can discover wealth and success.
The Narrator is Monotone
- By Jameelah Anderson on 02-09-17
Great content, but hard to follow the hard copy
It is my personal preference to read books in hand with audio to go along with it. The book itself is great, very conceptual, and thought provoking. As for those that made the audiobook version, I'm very interested in knowing why countless paragraphs and sentences were completely skipped. It made reading along to the audio version very difficult. Barring this, the quality of the audiobook was good overall.
The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich (Expanded and Updated)
- By: Timothy Ferriss
- Narrated by: Ray Porter
- Length: 13 hrs and 1 min
This expanded edition includes dozens of practical tips and case studies from readers who have doubled their income, overcome common sticking points, and reinvented themselves using the original book. Also included are templates for eliminating email and negotiating with bosses and clients, how to apply lifestyle principles in unpredictable economic times, and the latest tools, tricks, and shortcuts for living like a diplomat or millionaire without being either.
good info just not suited for audio
- By Colin on 03-17-15
Amazing, but out of date
The book is fantastic. It is full of essential principles and mindsets, such as "the 80/20 rule". It outlines the process from A to Z of how to legitimately work 4 Hours per week comfortably, and the process should still work. The only issue is that as more time goes by, the more things change in society. The process is not as objective and step-by-step anymore, and the tools provided (i.e. the links to numerous websites) are 10 years old. Read this more for the principles and mindsets to adopt in your life, not so much the process to achieving a 4-hour workweek.