I enjoyed listening to "Eat That Frog". Its a short listen, its not rocket science, but it's critical to success. The book is about 21 simple tips to improve. I think that the three hours was time well spent, listening and walking the dog. Its a great refresher class, it never hurts to listen to ways to improve more than once.
Young mom living in Japan, dealing with commute with audiobooks and knitting.
It had some great pointers on how to become more productive.
That's hard to say. I guess I liked his positive approach to getting things done faster.
Just for the sake of him, no. He wasn't a very good reader. I could hear him turn pages and he stopped at awkward places within a sentence. However, I could still follow him, so if the book content was worth it, I might.
Making lists and prioritizing.
While the author wasn't great at narrating, this recording also wasn't horrible as some reviews suggested. I'd recommend this book for someone else for sure.
Maybe this is better read...but trying to listen to it while driving is not good because it will put you to sleep! For a motivational speaker, Brian Tracy reading his book is dead boring. Content is a lot of what you should do's...not much motivation. I didn't even make it through the first chapter.
A good book that is read at a lively pace, by someone who knows how to keep your attention. Listen to this book to give yourself a push!
I enjoyed the story. I only wish there was a little more to it.
motivational, enjoyable, moving.
My Mum would also say "pull your finger out"
"Eat your peas first"
"clean your room"
This book was good . Easy to follow . interesting presentation .
Motivating , I will use some of his ideas
But I should also listen to my Mum , she would tell me for free . haha
I love that I can listen while on the road... easily rewinding to nail down points I particularly need to focus on.
The title itself has promoted stimulating conversations.
The material is not new in itself, simply presented in a refreshingly practical manner that actually 'gets me going' rather than becoming bogged down in contemplating how great it would be to start!
Funny, brains, blonde, witty.
I can not sit still long enough to read a book. SO AUDIO IS MY DEAL!
SEE YOU AT THE TOP BY ZIG ZIGLAR, TONY ROBBINS, LOUISE HAYS,
More relevant information and concrete examples as to what the author was trying to convey. Much of it was too general and esoteric for my taste.
Yes it has, I've never read a self-help book before because I always thought they were pseudo-scams. But after trying this I read some Larry Winget and realized that self-help can be good if the author is sincere, honest and down to earth.
Maybe emphasize things a bit more often so they resonate better.
Really nothing new here and I wouldn't reccomend it. I'm sure there are far better self-help books out there (at least try some Larry Winget first). About the only thing I can remember from this one is the great introduction that the author gives about the exciting opportunities of life in the 21st Century, but after that only a couple bits and pieces seemed useful and the rest just the usual jargon from these types of authors.
Brian Tracy's work is usually good as far as the content is concerned.
But WHY, oh WHY don't authors let a professional reader read their books? His voice is so boring and makes me fall asleep. Really, the reading skills are fall less than the writing skills.
What's worse is when he tries to laugh at his own jokes like he just heard them for the first time.
Good book, but boring to listen to.