Listen in as Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Robert G. Allen, Alan Cohen, David Allen, Stacy Johnson, Cal Ripken Jr., John Gray, T. Harv Eker, and Vincent Roazzi talk to Tara about the subjects of their books, building wealth and success principles.
Online since 1999, Talk To Tara is an Internet radio and TV talk show featuring in-depth interviews with best-selling authors, newsmakers and celebrities. The interviews are presented in an intelligent forum and are designed to be informative as well as entertaining. Tara goes beyond chat and focuses on the core interests of her guest, allowing them to speak freely on the matters that concern them and providing her audience with an experience they can learn from.
Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen – “The One Minute Millionaire"
Alan Cohen – "Relax Into Wealth - How to Get More By Doing Less"
David Allen - "Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress Free Productivity"
Stacy Johnson - "Life or Debt - A One Week Plan for a Lifetime of Financial Freedom"
Jack Canfield - "The Success Principles - How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be"
Cal Ripken Jr. - "Get in the Game: 8 Elements of Perseverance That Make the Difference"
Mark Victor Hansen - "Cracking the Millionaire Code: Your Key to Enlightened Wealth"
John Gray - "Mars and Venus in the Work Place: Improving Communication and Getting Results at Work"
T. Harv Eker - "Creator of Peak Potentials Training and The Millionaire Mind Seminar"
Vincent Roazzi - "The Spirituality of Success - Getting Rich with Integrity"
Hey, its Tara so its good.
I like these Talk to Tara segments. You get to hear interviews with the authors and leaders in their areas. Tara takes in what each one says openly, thus providing a well rounded presentation. Its always pleasent and interesting, and if you don't like one interview, there are still more. The wealth concepts presented are good to hear about and if you want to investigage further, you have choices. Thanks Tara!
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A good gathering of speakers
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Probably, Although there are many great speakers included in these interviews, I had already heard a lot of the martial complied in this audio book. The sound quality was inconsistent.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Talk To Tara: Building Wealth and Success Principles,a compilation of Talk To Tara interviews with Mark V. Hansen, John Gray, David Allen, Alan Cohen and More?
The high energy of T. Harv Ekert.