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As a Man Thinketh

Narrated by: James Allen
Length: 1 hr and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (71 ratings)

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One of the greatest self-improvement books ever written and now available here in audio format. For anyone who wants an enriched life and an existence with meaning this is a must listen manuscript. Allen’s teachings make absolute sense: ‘A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts’.

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Great book everyone should get a copy and read it daily. Going to listen to it again

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Loved it

loved it answers a lot I had on my mind I would suggest thus to all who needs it

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A Great Book And Narrator - James Allen

This is a classic book written AND narrated by James Allen. Valuable information for everyone, no doubt.
And how lucky we all are to have the actual author reading it to us. There are, however, a few reviewers that don’t understand that the recording of this material happened so long ago... and therefore is not like the audible standards of today.
For those that want to expand your thinking...well, here it is.

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Beautifully done!

Concentrated wisdom. Food for hours of meditation.
Will listen again and again. Love the authors English accent!

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As a man Thinketh

A little dull to listen to. There are many other audio books that have this title included with a bundle of audio books that are easier to listen to. It still has great material. I hardly ever give an average rating to any books I purchase but there are always exceptions.

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Good content but hard to listen to...

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

I'm sure this book would be a good read. The content is good but I didn't enjoy the reader. It was difficult to listen to and stay focused.

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Get ready to fall asleep

The narrator of this book will put you to sleep. He talks really slow and not in an exciting voice. It's only about an hour but I struggled getting through it because of the narration. The content I feel is good though.

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  • Matthew
  • 10-22-18

great book ... poor narrator

couldn't make it through 5 min ... returned and bought another version by Brian Hopstle

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  • Marty W
  • 03-08-18

I feel

I feel this book is very important for me as I try and gain more self awareness.

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  • Darren Bryant
  • 05-11-17

Interesting listening

This short book is written like a meditation on how the mind affects action. As the language was unexpectedly prosaic, I found it a little difficult to follow though this could indicate the state of my mind at the time. I imagine this would be even better if read in the voice of Jaqen H'ghar.