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Would you try another book from Gary M. Douglas and Dain Heer and/or Connor Hill?
I have bought another book by Dain Heer, read by Dain Heer and it's been a lot easier for me to listen to multiple times.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Having done a lot of personal development work prior to listening to this book, a lot of the concepts about Money were not necessarily "new" to me so I was able to get "on-board" with a number of the ideas and tools presented pretty easily.
How could the performance have been better?
At first listen, I thought this reader was OK, and could use a little improvement, and was surprised that the finished product went out as it did without having been re-recorded and fixed the flow. It was difficult to listen to the first time, and I notice more and more jarring points with each listen. This book is about 2.5 hours and good content, so it is something that is easy and desirable to listen to over and over again. Though this reader makes it more and more difficult with each additional listen for me.
Was Money Isn't the Problem, You Are worth the listening time?
The listening time is short, and I like the content. I have listened to it several times.
Any additional comments?
This was the first Access Consciousness audio book I listened to, and I'm glad I didn't let this particular narrator prevent me from getting another book, "Being You, Changing the World" by Dain Heer, which was actually read by the author.
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Where does Money Isn't the Problem, You Are rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
If you're into Access you'll love this book. The only reason I have Audible is to listen to books like this. This is a gem and I've listened to it over and over. I catch a new piece of important info every time I listen to it.
What other book might you compare Money Isn't the Problem, You Are to and why?
It's similar to most Access books. They all share many common threads so if you've listen to or read any of Gary or Dane's other books you've likely already received a lot of this info.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Unfortunately I can't stand the narrator. For me there's nothing good about his read of this book at all. He doesn't emphasize the right part of sentences and in doing this sometimes it's hard to catch the point the author is making. He's also constantly saying what he thinks is about to come next in the sentence but he's wrong and then catches himself and tries to correct it. I've listened to this book at least 10 times and would listen to it more but the narrator drives me crazy!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
The info is really powerful, life changing in fact, if you're willing to receive it and actually use it. If you're not willing to put it into action, well, then it's just another book.
Any additional comments?
If you're into Access you'll definitely love this book.