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I own well over a thousand self-help books and CDs. I have a list of twenty that I believe are worth listening to repeatedly. This made the list because it is unusual, a different perspective than what is normally sold in the stores. I have listened to it at least once a month for four months. I am always wrestling with a concept or two from Ray's presentation. I like it!
13 of 14 people found this review helpful
I have this product, the Science of Success, and the truly terrible Collapse the World. This one is Ray's best work in that it offers some truly practical advice on how to develop a more winning attitude towards life. However, it's also inconsistent in quality with some sections, such as the one on the different categories of intelligence, feeling like quickly slapped together filler material. I really wish he had elaborated on this particular topic.
The Science of Success CDs contain very light and fluffy material in contrast to MDM. However, if you like this and want more of Ray, go for it.
I called Collapse the World terrible because of the nauseating soundtrack that plays in the background. It's so bad that it's a distraction that keeps you from actually doing the exercises.
All in all, Ray is a decent second tier motivational speaker.
22 of 25 people found this review helpful
I am only part way through this book and I have to say it is absolutely awesome. Excellent teaching or should I say ....coaching for validating the reasons for why change and improvement of oneself is important. The author covers every arena in ones life that is important.
I highly recommend this material!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Once you've heard one you've heard them all, quite literally in the case of this one. Might as well just go and get the original napolian hill book. That being said, I like to buy these books for their motivation value, this book does succeed in that respect as the author oozes enthusiasm and conviction. That is the best i can say about it unfortunately as i even found James naration irritating, he spoke to fast and asked me every two seconds if i was with him or getting him or tracking with him. Slow down, take a breath and stop giggling nervously
7 of 8 people found this review helpful