I couldn't even finish this book because the it is extremely repetitive and never got to the point. If it ever did get to the point, I had lost interest long before that. It's like one of those infomercials that keeps telling you WHY you need this product, but never actually tells you anything about the product itself! Very frustrating.
Even though the subject is very interesting it is hard to stay with it. Other readers have a much better ability to keep your attention.
Made me think about how we are really wired.
If you think you know something about people, think again.
I have read many, many books on leadership and management and have listened to quite a few.
While many books may not translate across the bridge to audio, this one does.
It is critical information for today's managers and tommorrow's leaders.
My advice is get it or get out, because those that do get it will plow you under with this philosophy.
I really enjoyed this. While it was a bit detailed in parts (which would have have been easier to read than listen to) the overall effect on me was remarkable. It really helped me understand why some of the things that I had sensed to be true were true. I felt like it gave me permission to do what I had always felt was the right thing regardless of what I was sensing from my "corporate" environment. Empathy is important for example, and an indispensable part of effectively interacting with or leading others.
An amazingly simple premise with profound implications, common sense that is incredibly uncommon. A must read for leaders of all stripes, from parents to teachers to business managers. Highly recommended.
This audiobook was a big dissapointment for me since, for one part, it is terribly long and could have been cut into 1/3 (so much repetition and blabla, even though "emotional intelligence" as a topic has so much potential), and for the other, it contains a great amount of theory with some case-studies but hardly any practical advice/hints. The narrator's voice compensates for some drawbacks but still the content is rather disappointing.
I can has read
Yes. This was a decent book and I learned a bit.
Start With Why by Simon Sinek
Paced, clear, and flat
Yes, but I have horrible taste in movies.