At the University of Virginia archives, Don M Green, CEO of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, was doing a routine inventory check when he discovered a box of unedited and undeveloped 16-millimeter film canisters, circa 1960. After working carefully to restore and digitize the filmed content, what was discovered was "pure gold" - Napoleon Hill and his longtime partner W. Clement Stone sharing their inspirational insights on the 13 keys to success.
The Napoleon Hill Foundation sent a copy of the archive film to a who’s who list of today’s top motivational speakers and achievers whose feedback was unanimous in its praise. Agreeing to participate in an innovative structure, each current thought leader went into the studio to share provocative insights on these revisited gems, creating a masterful collaboration unlike anything else in the marketplace.
In this unique audio program, you will not only hear W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill share their time tested insights, but you will also hear additional commentary by today’s inspirational leaders as they expand on these time-tested and classic principles of success. In the same format as a radio show, join us as we countdown the 13 Keys to Success.
Hosted by Greg S. Reid with additional commentary by Don M. Green, Bob Proctor, Sharon Lechter, Mark Victor Hansen, Loral Langemeier, Les Brown, David M. Corbin, Margie Aliprandi, Nik Halik, LuAn Mitchell, Ruben Gonzalez, Dr. J.B. Hill, John St. Augustine, Kevin Harrington, Jim Stovall, Marcia Wieder, John Assaraf, and Brian Tracy.
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By Sean on 06-06-14
5 stars for Mr. Hill; 1 star for the host/guests
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I would recommend the book, but not the audio program. While Mr. Hill is always great to listen to, the host/guests who added their take on the 13 principles were really bad. The host is a little over the top. The guests are subtlety fighting for alpha dog by bragging on how many millions of people they've trained, etc. While I appreciate what the publisher was trying to accomplish with this approach, having today's self-help "gurus" add to what Mr. Hill was teaching, it just didn't work for me.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
I enjoyed getting to hear some of W. Clement Stone along with Mr. Hill describing some details behind these concepts. The least interesting is that most of the information is already in "Think and Grow Rich." I picked up a few things, but most of it I already had learned in prior books and recordings from Mr.Hill.
What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?
Mr. Hill's voice always gets my attention. So I would say that was the most interesting. The least interesting was the "host" who was counting down the principles and facilitating the discussion, very corny.
Could you see Napoleon Hill - The Road to Riches being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Any additional comments?
Just save yourself the time and read the book so you can skip the guest speakers. I was disappointed with most of them as they mainly gave some reasons behind why they liked certain principles and rarely gave any additional information as to how to apply it to your life.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Andrew Kasper on 03-06-12
Simply beautiful. Makes you think. Changed my life
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes.This is the way we all should act. The world would be a better place if we all adhered to his directions. I would like to shake Dr. Hill's hand.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful