Great book, with a lot of scientific studies cited.
Yes, It did!
Not for one sitting. It has heavy content. But for long periods is a good book.
The book is useful and full of interesting facts but the performance it is very boring making the book hard to follow.
the narrator was a bit dull but the content was good most memorable moment is take your kids for effort and have plants in the office to increase happiness and creativity. One thing I didn't like was when surveys were asked because the way to get results on the surveys was not doable on audible
You hope for a major take away from every book you read and this book provides this. Some part of his book as an audio book are a little to follow (lists) but the reader did a great job.
A real breath of fresh air in the self improvement genre. The author writes about proven, supported with research, self improvement techniques that actually work. Along the way, he debunks a lot of the happy talk self-improvement myths that permeate the self help literature. Informative and entertaining and highly recommended.
Many useful tidbits of knowledge. The only real bad parts are the questionnaires. They are read out line-by-line in an excruciatingly boring fashion. Several minutes are sometimes spent reading the questionnaires ("One. Strongly disagree. Two. Disagree. Three. Somewhat disagree. Four. Somewhat agree. Five.... " over and over and over again... ). It seems like a stupid way to narrate a smart book. It is definitely a waste of the listener's time.
This is an awesome book but the lack of an associated PDF with the exerices is really lame
exactly what you need if you want something that cuts through all the fluff out there. gives you concise tactics to make change. Awesome
At first I did not know what to expect because I was guessing "this will be another motivational book, where magic is the key" but no, it is about getting the best of every minute of the day, still it is a book to listen and listen and re listen as many times as possible to get the whole point, because some ideas are kind of not so credible at first, but yes they work.