It isn't especially long. He makes 3 points:
1 Put God first
2 Work hard, plan, and discipline yourself.
When he was flunking out of college, and didn't know what he would do next, a woman at his mother's beauty parlor said she had a prophetic message, that he would travel and speak to people all over the world--and he has. When he started to become successful and a little proud of himself, his mother reminded him that he hadn't done it without God's help and people praying for him.
I liked it!
You seem to prove the theory that...
People pick the sorts of media that suit their tastes and opinions – they self-select.
Actually, I have studied in a broad range.
And, I am more likely to post things here that I find to be of value, while I am likely not to post things that broaden my scope of what people are saying without value.
The point, Mary is making, and I agree, is that we all, yourself included, tend to highlight items of interest, TO OURSELVES, and the tend to agree with out viewpoint. It's highly unlikely that you would post and article showing the positive values of Islam without some form "qualifier". I am the same, whilst I understand your POV as far as the OP is concerned, had he made no mention of God, then you'd not have posted it. FWIW, the American Viewpoint of God is probably a little different to the rest of the world in that God is embedded in American psyche much as "gods" were built into the ancient Egyptian psyche.