Napoleon Hill - Richest Man in Babylon and The Magic Story audiobook mp3

Napoleon Hill - Richest Man in Babylon and The Magic Story audiobook mp3
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Napoleon Hill - Richest Man in Babylon and The Magic Story

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Two classic allegorical dramatizations about building wealth and achieving personal success

The Richest Man in Babylon George Clason's all-time motivational classic comes to life in this audio dramatization adapted by the Napoleon Hill Foundation. It is the story of Akrad, a man of humble of origins; a simple tradesman who was widely known to be the richest man in Babylon.

Regardless of who you are or what work you do, security, riches, and all that comes with them can be yours by combining discipline and imagination with these deceptively simple yet universally profound principles of saving and investing. You too can become the richest man in Babylon.

The Magic Story Something was happening to all of Jay's friends-they were becoming self-confident, setting goals, and achieving success, and it was all because of a story that was being told to them by a mutual friend, Sturtevant.

About the Author Napoleon Hill, born in poverty, became one of the world's most distinguished authors and speakers. Inspired by Andrew Carnegie, Hill was a confidant and advisor to businessmen and presidents. Among his associates were Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mahatma Gandhi, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and hundreds of other world leaders.

From AudioFile This brief and easily digestible cassette offers clumsy self-help and inspirational fare. Produced in the format of an earnest radio drama, the title story features ersatz Babylonian synthesizer music throughout a plot reminiscent of a Sunday school lesson on prudence, thrift, and hard work. Side Two, THE MAGIC STORY, suffers from a poor adaptation. How much work would it have been to rewrite the script so that characters paged in restaurants and clubs would be updated with cell phones? With its O. Henry type plot, THE MAGIC STORY does provide some vivid word pictures. But overall, this dated material is mediocre. D.J.B. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine