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The Power of Reading: A Brief Look at the Benefits and Life Changing Potential of Self-help Books

Narrated by: Brian R. Scott
Length: 44 mins
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The unexpected discovery of self-help books changed my life. This short audiobook will explain how they can do the same for you.   

The Power of Reading will cover:   

  • How self-help books can be used as a practical tool to transform any area of your life  
  • The top three benefits of reading self-help books  
  • The key to creating life-changing, tangible results from what you read 
  • How overconsuming self-help books can hold you back from achieving your goals  
  • The reading habits of 15 millionaires and billionaires  
  • Guidelines for starting a personal reading plan 
  • Why you should approach all self-help products with a balance of openness and cynicism   

I've read over 2,000 self-help books over the last 10 years (I discuss in the book why I wouldn't necessarily do it again). I wrote this book to share how they have benefited my life and to inspire others to join me on the journey of lifelong strategic personal growth.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2018 Maurice Rogers Jr (P)2018 Visionary Press

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