Stop trying superficial technics to manage your time, your relationships, your self and your life. Read this book to discover how to find your greatest and meaningful goals and focus on them.
My review is on the overall experience of the audiobook. I don't think the narrator is bad, but I got irritated with his pronunciation of certain words such at picture (pit-chere) and vice versa (Vice-eh ver-sah).
Also there are random bursts of music which completely bewildered me, as they did not signal a new chapter. The music would interrupt the narrator mid word then the same chapter would continue. It was also a lot louder then the narrator. It scared me the first time there was a burst of music.
Overall, I'd suggest you read the book instead of listen to the audiobook if you have the choice.
It's definitely a must read( listen ) book. Makes you reflect of yourself and the things are can do better. You have to Re read it in my opinion due to exercises to see the best results
I have read the book already years aho and now listening to it again reminded of fundamentals as well as gave realisations of some basic flaws that i still have in my everyday life. Highly recommend to anyone and everyone.
Ps. Listen with 3x speed
I loved listening to this book and it came highly recommended by many friends. I already try and better myself on a daily basis so it was really great knowing that I already function on most of the habits, but now that I am aware of them I can really work towards them in a more concise manner. It's basically taking what we already know and fine tuning it.
I loved the section about emotional bank accounts, and there were so many great quotes to take from this. I took notes the whole listen.
The narrator can sound a bit mundane at times, so make sure you aren't tired while listening. It requires your full focus but is so worth getting through! Two thumbs up for sure.
A must read for anyone who wants to fine tune their own life and approach to all things.
Excellent content, but I would have grasped the overall concept better if the 7 concepts had been presented in a more concise fashion. A bit of a monotone performance so after 13 hours I struggled to see the overall picture. Usually I like unabridged versions to get all the details, but in this instance an abridged version would have suited me better. However, good common sense habits well worth a read (sorry listen).