What a mess!
John William Meriwether was my favorite character because his portrayl within the book as the most sensitive and rife with Greek tragedy. (For those options enthusiasts reading this, the pun was absolutely intended!)
The reading was crisp on the ear and very easy to listen to.
Um, it's about bankers. I cheered when they went down in flames!
Superb story telling. If you are at all interested in the saga of Long-Term Capital Management, download this and give it a listen. I loved it!
The answer is yes, but only if to someone who is interested in marketing or learning to persuade others.
I have read or listened to so many business and marketing books that after awhile the concepts get repeated and repacked enough that it is hard to separate what came from where. I find myself thinking about Cialdini's books and various copy writing books by Dan Kenney and others when I listen to this one.
Scene? The story about the ice bath and the kidney thieves stands out most in my mind at this point.
Discover the Magic of making something compellingly memorable.
This was certainly a worthwhile listen and helps the reader (listener) evaluate how they might better communicate a message so that it stays with and persuades their audience.
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