Everyone successful tells me to read the Richest Man in Babylon. The message was surprisingly simple: All that you earn, 10% is yours to keep. That is the money you should put to work for you. And don't take advice from not experts. Simple, right? Still a good story, and well told on this disc production.
The Magic Story started out annoying. It was 10 minutes of "the story is so amazing. Everyone that hears it is suddenly succesful!" And success story after success story. I turned it off annoyed. When I turned it back on later, and when I FINALLY got to the Magic Story itself, I decided that the payoff was actually well worth it. I liked the message in this better than the Richest Man in Babylon. This story gets me excited for my future, and gives me deep insight into my very being. I can confidently say that this story will keep me going through bad times in the future, and improves my attitude throughout life. In that way, the Magic Story has a significant impact on my life.
The Richest Man in Babylon? It was pretty good.
The Magic Story(minus the build-up)? LOVED IT!