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What disappointed you about The Wisdom of Wallace D. Wattles?
This is NOT a recording of the original books. The content has been heavily modified to suit the opinions of the editor and it has not been clearly indicated what they changed. If I wanted to read about that the WAPF thougth about what one should eat I would buy a book from them. Very dissapointing. Do not buy this book.
What didn’t you like about Jason McCoy’s performance?
He read much too fast. No pauses for paragraphs, chapter changes, etc...
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Would you listen to The Wisdom of Wallace D. Wattles again? Why?
I would probably listen to it a second time, but not a third. The narration is fine; the writing is definitely dated.
What other book might you compare The Wisdom of Wallace D. Wattles to and why?
This is one (or rather, three) of a kind.
What does Jason McCoy bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Jason did a good job with narration. He had some excellent content to work with, but it was buried in a writing style that was obsolete a hundred years ago.
What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?
Thoughts create things. They didn't actually use those words, but they sum up the whole law of attraction (which may not have actually been so named at the time these books were written).
Any additional comments?
I'm a self professed self-improvement junkie. My focus, to be honest, has been largely on increasing my financial wherewithal. I've read and listened to material by some of the greatest on this topic, including Harv Eker, Joe Vitale, and many others. I worked backwards to find the roots of their teaching - and it all seems to start with this guy with the goofy name, Wallace D. Wattles.
So my advice to you is, if you want to improve your health, your wealth, or your general position in the world, start here and go in whatever direction is appropriate for you, rather than working backwards as I did. This is the source.
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