The search for success has been prominent in the thoughts of countless millions from all walks of life. They yearn for fulfillment and desire to experience life's true riches. This goal is within each person's grasp as they discover those rules, principles, formulas, etc., that if followed properly, will lead to the goal. During man's search, he acquires knowledge, gains experience and becomes inspired - all steps to learning the secrets of success. In this book the author shares from his own successful life the knowledge and experience that led to his discovery of the "Success System That Never Fails".
©2009 BN Publishing (P)2009 BN Publishing
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"Old Text, Bad Direction"
The text in this book sounds like it was written in the Fifties. I wish someone had gone through and revised it just a bit before recording it. But that's not the big problem. The big problem is that the voice actor seems like he's rushing through the text, like he's got a bus to catch. He mispronounces words, he zips through places where he could have given just a breath for emphasis. It's distracting. And I think it's just bad direction. The ideas presented are good, but I never got a sense of 'the system'. It wasn't laid out well or it was rushed through with the speed reader. Pity, because I've heard good things about Stone.
This book has really opened my eyes see things that I already knew but didn't really know help me see where I'm failing and how to check myself.
Everyone should get this book or audio. It's really the only book (besides the Bible) that has truly open up my eyes in aspect of life. Spiritual, family man and business. Specially on how to really accomplish what's important in life. On how one needs to stop being selfish and living form one owns Ambition. It shows you that if you work hard you can make a difference in the life's of many and that's it is harder not to work than to work. Meaning the outcomes either way if you choose not work you will have it hard so you might as well work.
"Why the rush?"
This narrator goes 90 to nothing. I have to slow it down to 75% speed. He doesn't even slow down between chapters. Maybe he was in a race with another narrator.
The content is good, the narrator is really bad. I'd rather just read the book and I'd return this if I could.
Book is great but my only objective is the narrator (Jason McCoy) that looks like he is paid by reading on time... too fast - it would be perfect than - overall worth of listening. I advise very much.
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