Jim Rohn has some far lengthier programs available, and this is focused only on journals, but but what a difference writing one makes. I have begun mine again after listening to this, because Jim is so persuasive in selling you the benefits of keeping a notebook with you all the time. A diary/ideas book helps give your life meaning and direction, and you become far clearer about your goals and motivations by writing one.
Anyone who has kept one in the past and needs persuading to get back in the habit of writing again will benefit from this tape.
The problem with "ghost readers" is they often read someone else's work incorrectly with the wrong emphasis on the wrong words.
This reading is an exception to this rule: the voice is pleasant and one can almost imagine that this really is Napoleon Hill himself.
Some of the ideas are bizarre - lots on telepathy and atoms - but most is very helpful and encouraging for anyone needing to relax a bit more and become more attune to the opportunities around them, and more aware of the wealth within them.
The most important thing about this tape is that it reminds you that prices, terms and conditions are just plucked out of thin air and can be negotiated on all the time. Where negotiations get stuck , Brian shows you how to set aside sticking points and move on to terms that can be agreed upon to keep things moving.
Brian has worked as a salesman and negotiator for numerous businesses and describes alot of useful personal case histories, such as negotiating terms of multi-million dollar property leases, and describes the techniques you can use to come to an agreement that suits you both.
I enjoy alot of Brian Tracy's work but there is no doubt that his field of speciality is in business and sales. This tape is full of useful information that I have since been using - and it has often worked. I also recommend using this tape alongside an excellent book by Gavin Kennedy called Everything is Negotiable.