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Aug 10, 2007 5:11 am

Anyone ever use any audiobooks that has been helpful to them? The only ones I found off mininova were some Kiyosaki and Brian Tracy books, any help or tips would be greatly appreciated since I'm kind of strapped for time and will have to listen to cds in my car. Unfortunately, 50 Cent and Tupac will not get me anywhere.

Aug 10, 2007 7:57 am
JimYoung:

Anyone ever use any audiobooks that has been helpful to them? The only ones I found off mininova were some Kiyosaki and Brian Tracy books, any help or tips would be greatly appreciated since I'm kind of strapped for time and will have to listen to cds in my car. Unfortunately, 50 Cent and Tupac will not get me anywhere.


Here's an idea.  Don't do anything except prepare for your role as an adult.


There is plenty of time if you only sleep 6 hours--what else do you that is more important than reading about the industry and preparing for the tests?  Whatever it is stop it.


The fact that you mention 50 cent and Tupac indicates a character flaw that will not work in your favor--I'd suggest that you just give up now.


Additionally, the fact that you're looking for a shortcut is not only a character flaw, it's a terminal illness.

Aug 10, 2007 11:27 am

Try "How to not be a retard" by Corky

Aug 11, 2007 7:20 pm

50 Cent and Tupac are considered "old school" right now, so Datoo he is probably not THAT young. I got the point- It was was funny. I laughed


Jim Young. I have been listening to Goals by Brian Tracy on CD. Actually, I found this at my library for free. I found it useful.


I read "How to Sell Anything to Anyone" by the guy who holds the world record for selling more cars than anyone.  I would say someone in this profession would find it useful.


I really like audio CD's since I have a long commute. Right now, I am studying for the CFP and listening to the Kaplan Tax Planning CD for the CFP.