This is Toyota's story from one insider. So it is a singular point of view. But a very detailed point of view.
It is so laborious to listen to. The writer just want to show off how many useless things she can describe in painful details. The story is barely visible through her pointless and lengthy descriptions. A total waste of money.
Very lengthy and tedious. Too many characters difficult to keep up. Narration is great. Not at all a book for anyone younger then 65years.
This book has very few Independent ideas. If you have read "Tipping Point" and "Switch". no need to buy this one.
There are no real actionable incites in the book. It talks a lot about faith and God. Not a Good leadership or self development book.
The story is well written and chronicles in detail the rise of google. There are some really good insights on how things happen at google
if there is one book you need to buy on Audible if you are interested in British colonial historty, this would be it. By far the most detailed and riveting narration of Winston's life. This is better then best.
Probably a fair book if you are passionate about knowing everything about Starbucks, but not of much use if you intend to learn anything about running a business or being an entrepreneur.
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