I would consider the printed version better. I really did enjoy this audio version but, I love to see what I am reading.
The paradigm shifting of the way he saw the father on the subway.
A visual of what he is saying in the book.
How to change the way I see things.
This book has helped me a great deal. I am glad I got it. I have the audio and the printed version.
The book had technical problems such as chapters out of orders, choppy sound and skipped words.
Yes, I cried in parts because they resonated strongly with me.
This book should be taught to all people, it contains the life skills that will improve the lives of a great majority of the population.
The part about synergy is quite interesting. Other lessons also relevent in todays world.The part about how this book addresses todays problems is a bit long and unneeded though.
First audiobook I ever listened to.
Teaches solid principles to live by.
He sounds confident in his product, and the impact it can have.
Lessons for a lifetime.
Improve Your Innerself
Understanding and applying these concepts will help you in any situation you might be invovled in.
Award-winning direct response copywriter and lover of all things non-fiction.
This book is a classic. There's a reason it's sold 25 million copies.
In the introduction Mr. Covey talks about how these habits will become more applicable as the world gets busier and busier. He wrote that 20+ years ago. And indeed since I last read this book more than a decade ago, I 'd have to agree.
6 hours of my life I'll never get back. Sorry, didn't last the distance but was waiting for that long to get to the 7 habits
Find someone else to read the material. The author voice is terrible.
Probably not. It's hard to work on all the concepts when you have to stop and start the audio version. I think this is one of those books that is probably better when you can actually flip back and forth to certain pages.
It's great to hear the author read the book! He brings a real connection to the material.
Definitely worth the listen because it's great book, but probably better in paper form.