This book had been sitting in my pile for a while now and it was a happy surprise to listen to it as it unfolded. Great perspective, fantastic advice in the form of a modern-day parable. Really enjoyed learning from it and will definitely listen to it again.
good story well told. what could have been a very technical book containing well worded what, how and why with charts graphs and spreadsheets was instead presented as a heros journey of one ordinary self employed smuck stuck in survival mode turns a fantasy into a reality by being coach able and taking bold actions
I found myself surprised by how quickly I finished this book, how engaged I was with the content. As long as you can shift your focus from the natrator's way of talking (admittedly it was very easy to spot and rather irritating) to the actual content and story, I think you'll love this book.
I'm disappointed that I couldn't even make it past the forward with the narrator's voice. I feel like I'm listening to Pete Campbell from Mad Men in all his pompous glory. Looks like I'll have to read this book myself.
I'd prefer that they'd picked some random person off the street than this guy. He read it in his best "announcer voice." But he needs a few years more practice. Or something. Listening to him was like listening to the moviephone guy. For hours on end. It ruined an otherwise good book.