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Publisher's Summary

The Science of Being Great is truly a treasure...a personal-growth classic. Wallace D. Wattles' final word in self mastery has a powerful message that will be of value to every person who seeks true fulfillment and the awakening of his or her highest potential. A companion work to Wattles' other classic, The Science of Getting Rich, this audiobook is a summary of the knowledge that the author culled after studying the wisdom of the world's religious leaders and great philosophers. Here he argues that the power of thought and positive self-esteem is the only true measure of a man's greatness. This audiobook is for everyone, young and old, who wants to make the most of life, by making the most of themselves. It is a timeless lesson in personal power.
(P)2008 Gildan Media Corp
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By morton on 05-16-08

Motivating for all ages

This audio book is for men and women of all ages. It's for people who want to make the most of life by making the most of themselves. I found it interesting, enjoyable and highly motivating.

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By Michele on 04-28-08

disappointing

I was under the impression that "The Science of Being Great" would actually discuss the science behind developing great characteristics. It absolutely was not! The title is completely misleading and, in my personal opinion, is not appropriate. This book really reminded me of "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill, which I already own. My biggest complaint is that it does not draw upon any science or research at all; it is just philosophical pondering in a dull and monotone way...not my cup of tea.

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