I read this book hard copy years ago, read Mastery recently and wanted to hear this book on Auduble. I can now see how this book inspired Mastery because he touched on those subjects a little towards the end of this book.
I love how it uses 50, but not too much 50. He explains how to deal with Passive aggressive people (which helps me at work). I'm probably gonna read (or listen to) this book again.
Easy to listen to, not so dark and ominous as 48 laws. If you're a fan of Greene's work you're likely to enjoy. No need to be a fan of 50's work in order to enjoy this.
Overall the book was good it was very informational and it gave me a new insight on life and it teaches you alot of life lessons!! But it was kind of hard to listen to because of the guy voice which was very monotone and boring. But if you up the speed to about 1.5 you should be fine.
What I like about this book is that almost anyone can relate to this especially in the ghetto community. The narration was excellent. Most the stores aren't that relatable but they happened in history and the best way to learn is from History.
Everything about this book helped understand Curtis' Jackson's storyline and left the audience wanting more. Moreover, it proves, that he, is, for example is an exceptional person. Words like reversal, transgressions, and quotes from other famous people help us understand the "The 50th Law" better. I want to read more books by this author.
A refreshingly classic approach with novel perspectives utilizing real-life experiences of individuals from all walks of life. A book for everyone and anyone across the globe as its application is universal yet unusually practical for personalized use.
I like how in depth the authors go into explaining their point through 50 Cent and many other successful individuals. This is certainly a must listen!