• Four Pathways to Success

  • Succeed in Life Using Discipline, Wisdom, Unconditional Love, and Surrender
  • By: Wayne W. Dyer
  • Narrated by: Wayne W. Dyer
  • Length: 2 hrs and 14 mins
  • Original Recording
  • Release date: 03-28-06
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hay House
  • 3.9 (50 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This incomparable audio program, based on Dr. Dyer's book Manifest Your Destiny, will guide you to new levels of self-awareness and self-mastery. Dr. Dyer explains the four specific pathways to success, discipline, wisdom, unconditional love, and surrender, and shows how you can apply them to your life in order to be more powerful, peaceful, and conscious than you could have ever imagined!
©2004 Wayne W. Dyer; (P)2004 Hay House, Inc.

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"Dyer's captivating, ever-powerful speaking voice and a fine production make this effort as fulfilling as anything he's produced." (AudioFile)

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Slow & Lack Of Focus

Big waste of my credit. I could not once get into it. Most of the 2 hours was about his personal 'stuff' combined with quotes from Jesus, Dalai Lama, etc... plus a couple of tear-jerking stories for good measure. The so called four pathways are not even mentioned as such in the book. Is almost as if some one gave him a microphone and told the author to just improvised. This is my greatest Audible dissappointment.

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A summary of previous teachings

There is nothing much new in this book except a greater detail regarding Edwarda, the girl in a coma. This presentation is perhaps more useful of you have not read most of his previous work as I had.