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Mahmoud Springfield Gardens, NY, United States Member Since 2011
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  • "Excellent narration, good content"

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    Since you are on audible, so you love books but don't have time to read. May be also you have little time to listen to audio books, but listening to executive summaries will give you the idea, fair and square. You might loose a lot of the content along the way, but at least you would get to the point in 20 minutes for each book.

    More over, I loved having different narrator for each book, it kept me well awake and listening all the way.

    This was my first listen for this monthly production, and definitely worth the 4 credits. I especially likes the summary for "The Fifth Discipline". At least now I can tell if that book is worth of my credit or not, and when exactly would it fit in my reading plan.

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    Soundview Executive Book Summaries, December 2011

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    • By Stephen Wunker, Geoffrey A. Moore, Peter Senge
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    This month, we'll hear summaries of three great business books: Capturing New Markets by Stephen Wunker; Escape Velocity by Geoffrey A. Moore; and The Fifth Disciple by Peter Senge.

    Mahmoud says: "Excellent narration, good content"
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    I have been subscribing to the Forbes magazine as my monthly periodical almost since I first started listening to Audible. About 1 hour, biweekly is a great fit to my schedule, and I generally find the content interesting. Naturally, not all the articles are going to be relevent for every listener, but overall I find it well worth the time.

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  • "Executive Book Summaries"

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    I have been getting these summaries for years. They are concise, informative and interesting. Executive Book Summaries have enabled me to comprehend the core themes of the selected books effectively. Having listened to the summaries and then bought/read the hard copies later, I have come to the conclusion that some authors add lots of filler so they can market a big book. Executive Book Summaries spares you such wasted verbage. They make much better use or my commute time then listening to the radio, etc.

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    It's the executive dilemma of the age: Information overload. With all of your professional reading burdens, you probably find it impossible to keep up with the new business books. There should be a simpler way. There is. Each month, Soundview Executive Book Summaries. give you an easy way to familiarize yourself with the key points of today's top business books. These audio summaries help you gain a competitive edge by quickly getting to the heart of the latest techniques and ideas in business.

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