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Applied Psychology

Narrated by: Warren Hilton
Length: 1 hr and 27 mins
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Applied Psychology, Psychology and Achievement is the First of a Series of Twelve Volumes on the Applications of Psychology to the Problems of Personal and Business Efficiency. Within Applied Psychology, Psychology and Achievement Hilton addresses the factors in achieving success by utilizing the powers each of us has within us. Subjects addressed include Attainment of Mind Control in which he guides the reader through methods to better utilize his own thoughts, Relationship of Mind Activity to Body activity where he shows how our physical body follows where the mind leads, The Supremacy of Consciousness you latent powers and purpose are exposed. Warren Hilton was the author of: Initiative Psychic Energy, Power of Mental Imagery, The Trained Memory, Applied Psychology (12 volumes). He was the founder of the society of Applied Psychology.

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  • AUSTIN, TX, United States
  • 11-23-11

Terrible, Do Not Buy

Sound recording is awful. Trite, fragmented writing. Nothing remotely useful.

The first 20 minutes drone on about how great the book will be.

The rest is a wandering from one topic to the next, filled with metaphors don't seem to carry any significance.

That is all aside from the terrible droning sound in the background.

Audible should be ashamed for approving this on the quality alone.

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