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    This audiobook version of As A Man Thinketh is true to the original. Every word written by James Allen is spoken with clarity and authority by the narrator, making it easy to remember the information and absorb the timeless wisdom.

    This short audiobook, originally published in 1902, has had a huge impact in the field of personal development. It is regarded as one of the most important books of the new thought era. It's written in such a way that makes it easy to understand the most powerful message you could ever learn.

    The introduction of the audiobook summarizes the idea beautifully:

    Mind is the Master-power that moulds and makes,

    And Man is Mind, and evermore he takes

    The tool of Thought, and, shaping what he wills,

    Brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills:

    He thinks in secret, and it comes to pass:

    Environment is but his looking-glass.

    Public Domain (P)2007 Thinking Stuff LLC

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    On point

    Its simple yet well explained, many books etc explain the causes of not doing something or quiting but never tell you what to do to get out of that behavior, this book tells you exactly that in a uniqe way and its a joy to listen to. I recomend it totally 👍

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    Recommended, a timeless classic.

    Success and peace of mind, noble character and enjoyment of life are not a matter of chance or luck, but results of ceaseless cultivation of right thought and vision.
    Good quality audiobook, speaker performed very well, table of content included.

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    Classic!

    A Classic! What more can I say?!

    Few books on audible give you more bang for your buck! Only the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius come to mind really!

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    Intriguing.

    Especially for those who are on their path to grow beyond their fears and dark thoughts into the realm of self-efficacy and graceful, peaceful and kind interaction with oneself as well as those around him.

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    Short, to the point, useful

    Very nice articulation and summarization or very useful idea. Jordan Peterson gives some more details if you are interested (about goals)