The Top 2% : Nightingale-Conant: Achievement

  • by Nightingale Conant Learning System
  • Narrated by Dan Strutzel
  • Series: Nightingale-Conant: Achievement
  • 11 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Quickly join the ranks of the happiest, healthiest, wealthiest Top 2% in the world!
Researchers have confirmed what many of us have intuitively known for most of our lives: the Top 2% of Americans set the trend for clothes, cars, entertainment, even food. But, more importantly, they are also healthier and happier (despite any myths you may have heard), and have greater control of their time.
What would happen if you were to join this Top 2%? How would your life be different? How many more people could you impact? Imagine putting typical everyday stressors aside, such as money worries, being a slave to a dead-end job, or living in an undesirable location. Imagine having the resources to help those you love the most - and to contribute to charities and organizations to make a meaningful difference in the world.
The Top 2% contains all of the research compiled on this elite group and will give you the most complete profile of such people ever presented. You'll also learn specific skills and strategies (some quite contrary to what you've heard about success in the past) that you can apply right away to join the Top 2%. Once you're there, economic recessions will be much easier to weather, and you'll have the time and resources to reach goals that you never thought possible.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


If you have a collection of related works most of this will not be new to you but if you don't this is a pretty thorough course teaching things that you need to focus on to achieve.
It is presented well and is well organized.
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- Amazon Customer

Cliche and contradictory

I have no idea how this book has the high ratings it does. It is absolutely the worst self help book I have ever come across. It's nauseating and reeks of infomercial snake oil scam. It is full of contradictions and nothing new. For example, it talks about finding your passion, which is a good thing. The issue is they claim to you can be passionate about anything if you learn more about it. They had the listener pick something they had no interest in and claimed if you knew more about it you would have more passion about it and that's what's needed. Interest and curiosity do not passion make. Most of the time while I listened to this book I wanted to track down the people who put it together and slap them repeatedly with a baseball bat. Don't waste the credit or the money because this book just sucks.
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- E. Anderson "stormnangel"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-14-2014
  • Publisher: Nightingale-Conant