This book provides the physiological explanation for alot of the stereotypical gender differences. It is interesting for anyone generally, but particularly if you have kids, it helps to put certain behaviors into perspective.
This book has an interesting premise (that extreme success is not as random as it might first appear), and develops well.
The conclusions of the book are totally expected, but unlike similar books/topics, the author provides concrete suggestions and perspective.
This was a good listen. Not based on myers briggs or your typical introvert/extrovert, it evaluates personality types and typical pairings and why they work and don't. It recognizes that people will have typically two contributing types, some more dominant than others, but in the end, it provided alot of insight not just for romantic relationships but for sibling relationships (which is really why I tended to buy in more to it, as those are ones I have observed over longer periods). Though the person who did this was more from the perspective of dating, I have to identify personalities and tendencies in all aspects of my life and job and found it useful in other areas.
This is a really interesting book no matter what your profession that looks at what elicits the desired response from people. It was very well presented, even as the authors were slicing and dicing percentage responses.
Very good. Keeps one's interest. Pulls information from other sources, but does a good job for the most part of identifying what is realistic. Generally pretty motivating.
Not too heavy or terse, but full of well researched and developed information...just fascinating. A great listen for just about anyone; though a couple of topics can be touchy, the authors are careful to approach them purely from a scientific economics perspective with no social agenda.
This is well in line with Sparks' other books in terms of themes and character development; a good relatively light listen.
Holds interest with the twists and turns in the story
Not really helpful at all; the visualization exercise is not my style, but even so, not helpful, when the book sends you to other sources for the real the important questions asked in an interview; definitely not worth the money/credit in my opinion
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