A different reader... Annoying voice!
Focused more on gratitude, less on social media.
Lou diamond phillips
No a characters book
Except for Tony Robbins, there are very few narrators who can explain their own book. This guy sounds so high pitched and over excited, I just had to put it down. I'm sure he has great information to share and I will honestly try my best to get through the up-tempo, sell, sell, sell, tone of the book. I'm just glad I got it on sale.
sort of the same message over and over again. I think it would have been a good book if it would have been much shorter.
I +1 Books.
I love the thank you economy idea and I can write about it all the time. I want to focus on the narration for that book. Gary Vaynerchuk did something amazing. All the time he adds something new and important to the book.
I should change all the books performance from 5 to 4 starts. All the books should have the same model of narration. Subjective addons from the narrator/author.
I enjoyed this book, but felt it didn't have as much to offer as Vaynerchuk's previous book, "Crush It." Throughout, I felt as though the author was pressured to do another book because of the success of Crush It, rather than because he had something more to say.
Still, worth a read. Also, Vaynerchuk is always great as a narrator, as he brings his unique passion and voice to bear on the material.
It's "credit worthy" but if you haven't read "Crush It" spend your credit on that one first.
It's not the greatest but it's good. Gary is correct on new age of Social Media and how it should be leveraged. His points are valid and I love the part where he talks about not using charity to gain a name for your company.
I find it difficult to find the time to read books, so I decided to download the audio book, it's so easy to follow which says a lot for me since I have a hard time listening to automated telephone voice prompts.
I Love how he went off script often to get the point across or to explain in further detail.
Yes, due to the numerous 'off script' remarks by the narrator/author.
Excellent and keen observations by the author.
Good information on how to grow your business through social media. The author reads the book like he was presenting it to a seminar. He has no issue with frequently going “off script” from the book material to include more current information or personal notes. He includes lots of relevant examples on how to put the information to good use.
I actually WAIT for Gary V's books to hit audio. He's an entertaining speaker and the way he "riffs off script" with extra details proves his authenticity. I was introduced to him through his book "Crush It!" His latest creation is focused primarily on utilizing social media and he has plenty of actionable examples for both multi-national and mom & pop shops alike.