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Jazon Samillano Portland, Oregon Member Since 2005
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  • "Excellent tips"

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    Cialdini, I thought, did a great job explaining his four points of persuasion. I've listened to this lecture over and over. Excellent!

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    Jazon Samillano says: "Excellent tips"
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    "Variety of Narrators &"

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    I agree (in part) with some of the other posts about the narration on the subscriptions...It borders on "monotone."
    - An idea would be to mix male/female voices for different topics or subject matter.
    - Another "cool feature" would be to announce "time marks" for each subject at the beginning of the subscription to allow the listener to "fast forward" to the approximate spot for a subject they are particularly interested in...saves time-adds value.

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  • "An area for a misunderstanding"

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    I've purchased three of Druker's books from Audible. They are all quite good; however this one while also good is simply a chapter of two from one of the other books. That was disappointing and seems to me that Audible should have provided a head's up on that fact.

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    Peter F. Drucker, author of Management Challenges for the 21st Century, explains that success in the knowledge economy comes to those who know themselves - their strengths, their values, and how they best perform.

    Robert says: "An area for a misunderstanding"

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