TBH, I found the first book (in this compilation of 3) to be the only one worth listening to. It offered new perspectives through personal stories, and the author's narration kept me engaged. With that said, the CONSTANT sales pitch for other products provided by the author is piled on super (like, a lot, A LOT) thick! I can understand an offer or two, here and there-- no biggie! But too much marketing in one place clouded the authors credibility with a tinge of desperation, in my opinion anyway.
I actually had to turn it off after the 6th story about how he got some ridiculous car. He also contradicts himself a bit. A little too cerebral of an approach to the law of attraction for my taste. That being said, I did learn a few things to put in my spiritual toolbo