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David J. Schwartz's The Magic of Thinking Big

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Narrated by: Sean Barker
Length: 33 mins
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This is a summary of David J. Schwartz's The Magic of Thinking Big. In this best-selling guide, Schwartz proves you don't need innate talent to become successful, but you do need to understand the habit of thinking and behaving in ways that will get you there. Filled with easy-to-understand advice, this summary will put you on the road to changing the way you think, helping you work better, manage smarter, earn more money, achieve your goals, and most importantly, live a fuller, happier life. This summary is intended for those who want to capture the gist of the book but don't have the current time to devour all of it. You get the main summary along with all of the benefits and lessons the actual book has to offer. This summary is not intended to be used without reference to the original book.

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a good book<br />

if you want to succeed in life, whether business or otherwise follow these principles. a good book

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I realize this is a summary of the book but I think too much time was spent on advertisements and recognitions than giving worthwhile information. Was not a good use of my credits!