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Publisher's Summary

Love Think & Grow Rich? Then get this Mega Audio Pack! It is simply the #1 Think & Grow Rich audio pack available in the world today. Here’s what you get:

  • Think & Grow Rich - The Original Audio Book
  • Think & Grow Rich updated for the 21st Century - One of the best selling versions of the audio book worldwide! This exciting, updated, and revised edition for the 21st century provides examples of men and women who, in recent times, exemplify the principles that Hill put forward, including the inspirational stories of such top achievers as Richard Branson, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, the Google co-founders, and the co-author, all of whom have used the Think and Grow Rich principles to great success. These strategies are still just as valid today.
  • What I Didn’t Learn At School But Wish I Had - Written by the CEO of Think & Grow Rich Australia, Jamie McIntyre. In this book, Jamie lays the foundation for success with a blueprint of the same educational system he used to transform his life from broke to a multi-millionaire in less than five years.
  • Time Rich - Another book written by the CEO of Think & Grow Rich Australia. In this audio book you will learn how to escape the 9-to-5 and work only eight hours a week (or less) and live the lifestyle of a millionaire without ever needing to become one. Jamie McIntyre, explodes the myth that to live the life of your dreams you have to work hard and long hours for years and that you have to become a millionaire to have a millionaire's lifestyle. This book is all about removing those chains that tie you to a desk.
  • What I Didn’t Learn From Google But Wish I Had - This book will assist those that want to make $4,000 a month or more online by commencing an Internet career without the need for capital or a computing degree

You get all these audio books for one low price!

©2010 21st Century Publishing in conjunction with Napolean Hill Australia (P)2010 21st Century Publishing in conjunction with Napolean Hill Australia

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  • Christopher
  • 2013-05-06

All around bad

Would you try another book from Napolean Hill and Jamie McIntyre and/or the narrators?

I will try to buy a different version of think and grow rich

What could Napolean Hill and Jamie McIntyre have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Jamie McIntyre tries to teach people ways to get rich quick. As a Dave Ramsey follower, I truly believe that these get rich quick schemes not only area quick way to financial ruin, but also a way to end relationships. Instead of looking for get rich quick schemes, offer not only long term wealth building advice, but also suggestions of plans used that helped people in various financial ruin situations. Stories from the individuals themselves of how they bounced back would be great. If you wish to cut ties with your relationships for profit gain, buy this version!

How could the performance have been better?

The reader spoke way too fast, and the chapters skipped mid-chapter. Worst audiobook version I purchased.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger. The idea of asking for your parent's inheritance early is an example. My stepfather and mother are currently in a position where they have to work until their last days instead of enjoying the fruits of their hard work for the very reason of his kids asking for inheritances early. Do not put that on your parents. Money or financial gain is not worth the misery of others. Whatever situation you are in, the storm will pass. There is light at the end of the tunnel. Put your faith in God, and don't give up. You will reach the goal to financial freedom if you follow a plan.

Any additional comments?

I want my money back on this book.

21 of 21 people found this review helpful

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  • DadX7
  • 2011-01-24

Won't finish listening to this book

I was excited, as I think these are a collection of classics. I was totally dissapointed. Somehow, in my download, part one started halfway through the book. I never did find the beginning of "Think & Grow Rich". The narrator spoke waaay toooo faast! Listening to this series, one would think the narrator was paying for studio time by the second and spoke as fast as he could. Way too hard to listen to. Too bad, it was a great idea and one that should have been a great collection to my library. My advice, don't waste your money, look for another narrator.

18 of 18 people found this review helpful

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  • michael
  • 2010-09-06

...a very long sales pitch!

This is a very long, 44 hour, sales pitch promoting his Australian based "academy," "seminar," or "home course." Also, it is very hard to differentiate Napolean's words from his twists and interpretations.

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  • Shanon
  • 2013-08-13

This is rubbish

Any additional comments?

The good thing about this is Napoleon Hill's original text. The rest of it is dozens of hours of complete rubbish thrown in their by Jamie McIntyre.

Just buy Napoleon's original text (5 stars) and skip this Mega pack of crap.

13 of 13 people found this review helpful

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  • Philip
  • 2011-12-23

Horrible narrator

Don't buy this package. The narrator is the worst. Horrid. I say that in hopes he reads this and stops tormenting us. The information must be useful but not when read by someone so inept. He can't spit out the words fast enough and that's alot faster than you can digest what is said. Don't buy this. If you want the material, get it in another form or by another narrator.

10 of 11 people found this review helpful

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  • Anthony
  • 2015-03-05

Check Your References

What would have made Think & Grow Rich - Mega Audio Pack better?

Turns out the vast majority of content is provided by Author Jamie Mcintyre who was recently sued for fraudulently selling his eMinis service. Couple this character issue with the fact that much of his prose is recycled information from actual good reads like The Millionaire Next Door, The Millionaire Mind, Rich Dad Poor Dad, etc... Not a good use of time. I do not recommend this book. Get the original version of Think and Grow Rich!

What do you think your next listen will be?

TBD

Would you listen to another book narrated by the narrators?

Yes

What character would you cut from Think & Grow Rich - Mega Audio Pack?

Everything by Jamie Mcintyre

Any additional comments?

Nope

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  • Adama Efuru
  • 2013-06-23

Great potential BUT delivery is not good.

What did you like best about Think & Grow Rich - Mega Audio Pack? What did you like least?

There is a lot of varied and somewhat helpful information.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

I would have liked the book to be better organized so that I can listen to the relevant parts that I needed and then come back to the other parts as I needed them. (e.g. investments, real estate)

How did the narrator detract from the book?

MAJOR pronunciation errors. Some repetition in the narration. The narrators reading is monotonous for the first 2 or 3 sections, and is extremely hard to stay awake with.

Any additional comments?

I would have liked a more lively reader for the base book "Think & Grow Rich".
The second professional narrator-reader (I have only gotten through half of the mega pack) gave a much much better reading with more naturalistic intonation.
The description of the book plays off the icon of "Think & Grow Rich" but the personal interests of the Jamie McIntyre should be made more fully clear. I understand that he may be very successful and even helpful but the majority of the book does not reflect ANY of the concepts of the base book.
(I'm still trying to get through)

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  • Carlos Benjamin
  • 2012-12-07

Narrator Ruins The Experience... At Least For Me.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Narrator

Would you recommend Think & Grow Rich - Mega Audio Pack to your friends? Why or why not?

No. Narrator butchers so many words I keep shutting the thing off rather than hear more.

Would you be willing to try another one of the narrators’s performances?

No

Could you see Think & Grow Rich - Mega Audio Pack being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?

Not really the type of material that would translate well.

Any additional comments?

Every school child learns about Copernicus, and can probably render the name better than CupperNIKus. When he refers to a speech impressing those assembled at a dinner, the people are not 'diners' but are 'dinners'.... Or perhaps it was the food that was impressed and not the people at all.

The latest mangling has me not listening for a couple of days now. In explaining the birth of Islam the narrator says that Arab children were sent into the desert where they were raised by.... prepare for it..... 'Bodines'. Bo-deens. Now I don't know why the kinfolk of Jethro from the Beverley Hillbillies took it upon themselves to move to the deserts of the Middle East to raise Arab kids, but I'm pretty sure the Bedouins don't like the practice.

Now I remember why I stopped listening last year.... I'd like to glean what information I can from this book (or books I think) but the wholesale slaughter of language is really harshing my mellow, man.....

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  • Sam Links
  • 2017-10-19

I want my money back, do not buy!!!

I have wanted to read this book for a while. My issue is not with the content at all. The narrator is so terrible it is hard to describe. I have never had an issue with a narrator before, so when I read the reviews warning about him, I figured that he wouldn't bother me. He is clearly untrained and not a professional. He is very hard on all of his "s" sounds, so it is a constant barrage of ssssss in your ear. Additionally he does not pause after sentences and speaks ridiculously fast. My family is all from Chicago, so I can handle normal fast paced conversations, but this is an issue with not respecting grammar not articulating. I definitely do not recommend buying this!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Sarah
  • 2016-10-26

Don't go to 21stcentry website, it has trujan

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I did before I listened to it because it was so long for the money and thought there would be that much more great information; however, that was not correct. The author or whomever made modifications to the book so that it would benefit them instead of the reader.

Any additional comments?

After listening to the book about 7 hours the author of the book speaks and says if you want to put your learning into action and want to be guided, go to website 21stcentry site. I did so and looked forward to visually learning. However, as soon as I went to the site, the site tried to install a Trojan malware into my computer. For a person who made lots of money, he is tricking us who are trying to earn and learn. Very disappointing for the author to do something like that. If you have already visited the site, you need to remove the malware that was automatically installed in to your computer by visiting the website the author asked you to visit.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful