I did like all of the data that she researched and discussed. But I think it was too much data/statistics and not enough discussion on how to make the changes necessary.
Much of it was negative too, so how about examples of success stories?
The mention of meditating was very helpful.
Obvious why this is a top course at Stanford!
I have listened twice and each time I see myself in many of the hi lighted examples.
I am sure I will listen a third time😀
The performer - he's a bit "stiff" to embody the feeling that the author tried to embue in the book's wording. In general, I'm not certain that the *way* that the book is written lends itself to be read like it is. Because of that, the tendency is to have the message lost in the medium and the book becomes hard to follow.
I would recommend it, but in written form.
His delivery is flat and hard to follow. He reads accurately enough, but it just doesn't work with this material, I suppose
It would be a filmed lecture, so no.
Some of Dr. McGonigal's humor simply falls flat when spoken by Mr. Dixon. At least get a woman to recite the book.