This book serves as a performance enhancer for me to fulfill my purpose ordained from God, become a great husband, father, son, brother, uncle, community leader and on and on.
Consistent audio levels and quality.
More examples than Apple and the Wright brothers.
That would be a good start.
I dont know
Curiosity as to how something like this could get published.
It is ways interesting to read other people's perspectives and the idea that they present. There is always a why for whatever we do. We can remind ourselves from time to time about the why, to ensure we don't lose direction.
A good read.
I wish my companies executive management team would read this book. They have either lost the why or they never had it. Only looking for the money.
Why is this the one that is the best of all time why
Dad is going well for you to know about why
Dad is going well
Seriously? Read the title.
It explains why people, ideas, and movements "click" with you and why some don't.
The guy that read Moneyball. He was great.
Sinek would have been fine as a narrator if it weren't for one thing that made it tough for me: he's got that weird "Oxbridge" educated American accent that really pulls you out of the content and makes you say "what did he just say?" at unpredictable times. The word "can't" comes out "cohnt" the word "rather" comes out "rohthah." It felt like listening to Teddy Kennedy with less energy.
Husband, father, one whom Jesus loves, Entrepreneur, Constitutional Conservative, etc etc
The reader performance was unbearable. I could not make it even past the first chapter. Probably a good concept and story, but be sure and listen to sample first. If his voice doesn't turn you away, it may be fine...