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The Power of Concentration

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Andrea Fiore

4 Hours 14 Minutes

LibriVox

January 2011

Audio Book Summary

A series of twenty lessons designed to help develop and improve the power of concentration. (Summary by Andrea Fiore)
Written under the pseudonym of Theron Q. Dumont.

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  • David R

    The readers monotone voice is truly boring and the sound of the smoke detector constantly chirping due to low battery level is annoying!! The book seems like it's a constant cliche anfter cliche.

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  • Michael W

    amazing, inspiring and knowledge fulfillment. a must listen.

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  • Michael Cox

    I think it's full of powerful information

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  • Miguel C.

    I kind of liked the book . Maybe if I read it instead of listening to it might work best for me

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  • Cas S

    A very enlightening book but a little old. The narrator is a bit monotone but the information kept me listening.

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  • Lukasz Wlazlo

    Really really good book , definitely worth listing to it!

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  • Be B

    I downloaded this in error as I thought it may be a scientific study or discussion on what constitutes consciousness. It is actually a self help book on the power of conscious action and will. However, not to be deterred, I listened to a couple of hours anyway. I found much of the authors manner distinctly hard to swallow. statements such as "If you have not achieved this, you have wasted your life" are, at the very least, provocative. I might counter that this only fits if your personal drivers are very well aligned with the author's. Personally, I'm not sure mine are. Digesting the poem 'If' by Rudyard Kipling could be a faster way to obtain the life lessons offered in this text. However, I cannot give this 1 star as a review, there is unquestionably some wisdom and some good intent in the authors attempts to convey how a man (not a women 'of course') should conduct himself. The narrator too was a bit dry, not that I can particularly blame her. In her position I'd have been hard pushed not to add some suggestive 'huffs' at some of the advices given.

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  • Anonymous

    This book is waste of time. Full of cliche. Outdated.

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  • Wesley B.

    Not helpful to my needs

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  • Laura P.

    Nonsensical

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