I really liked the story and all the lessons taught from each of the four characters and story tellers. I think it has a very important message that we all need to be leaders in our own spear of influence and not worry about a title.
I felt connected to this book and story. A lot of what is said here is not new but stated in a clever story. I could feel the energy or chi or mana stir deep within me as I listened. This past week at work I have felt more energized than I have in a while. I do feel the need and urge to share Robin's message with my friends, family and coworkers. I hope that I can motivate at least 1 person at work and hopefully my wife and kids too. Thank you. I hope to live my life without regrets....my LWT journey begins now!
Depends, I can say I don't recommend it for serious readers. It's all about motivating, no serious guidance or detailing. More like a punch of stories than to demonstrate enthusiastic people & their energy. So, it depends what you want from it.
not as expected, but at least learned something.
Not really, it was recommended by my boss, so I gave a thorough chance, but seems like it's one time energy charging.
This one surprised me. A friend recommended and when I first started listening it just seemed so corny. To be clear, Robin Sharma isn't going to write the great American novel any time soon - the story he uses is a little corny, but I'm glad I kept listening because there are some real gems in here. Look past the corniness of the story and think about what he is saying and you will get a lot out of this book. It inspired me more than I expected it to and is one that I will go back to.
Yes. I feel that you will get even more out of it every time you listen to it. Masterfully read.
The whole thing. This book is a game changer in the right direction. Top of the list in the self-development category.
He has different voices for different characters which makes it very conversational. Holter Graham makes this audiobook better than a paper copy. Usually that's not the case.
Rather than present a boring list of qualities and personality traits, the author takes you on a fun adventure uncovering leadership traits. It will never be an epic movie, but it was a nice change to many other books on the same topic.
I especially enjoyed the memory tools employed to help me etch the concepts into my brain. I am passing this book on to my son. Had I have had these concepts ingrained earlier in my life, I think my world could have been even better.