Mr. Pink summarizes the key issues in moving people and boils it down to very practical and accessable points that are truthful, elegant, and very timely.
It is applicable to almost every profession.
He reads his own books so it is the same. It is nice to get the author's emphasis on the points.
Moving People is Your Fate -- Watch This Movie Before it is too Late
Yes. Mostly because the story is so good but also because the performance is near perfect. The narrarator did an absolutely splendid job bringing this story to life. I don't think this would have been as good an experience without the narrarator.
The main, character, of course. Everyone else is a bad guy.
This is my first time listening to Mr. Pebble. I would absolutely listen to him again. He is fantastic.
Very entertaining story. Marvelous performance.
I would and have because it is a very interesting topic and gave me a different perspective on psychopaths.
The individual stories of various psychopaths was intriguing.
There really wasn't much cause to differentiate since it was a non fiction book. He fell flat while trying one accent though...he should just have read it straight.
No. It is a non-fiction and scientific type book. It would not make a good movie.
You'll be talking about this book a lot to your friends and colleagues after you read it. It is very interesting.
A different narrarator. This one was really bad.
This story is fantastic. Very exciting and relevant.
The story is great. I bought the book and loved it. The narrarator was terrible.
Read the book. This is a story worth reading.
The author of this book is exceedingly arrogant and self promoting which is annoying...made only more irritating by the narrator's voice and poor execution of accents. See the movie.
I had to stop listening.
Yes. Ben Afleck...duh....
See the movie. Avoid the book. Especially avoid the audio book.
There are pictures in the print edition that are very interesting.
Very compelling story of American History.
Mr. Michael did an excellent job with all of the characters.
It made me cry a few times. I'm not afraid to admit it.
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