In the preface, the author steals 30 minutes of your time to tell you what the book IS NOT.
According to him, the book is not just a collection of quotes and old sayings and stereotypes.
In fact, you will discover that you wasted your time twice because that is exactly what the book is, a salad of random quotes served with a dressing with a hint of badly regurgitated concepts from stoic philosophy. Do not worry: if you do not know what stoicism is, the author will not explain it, but rather give you a few pseudo-stoic quotes - or non quotes from celebrities than in the mind of the writer represent stoic philosophy.
It's the first audible book that I regret.
I am not picky with voices, but he seems to have recorded this with a stuffy nose or a cold of some sort