SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, NEW YORK, United States | Member Since 2015
This is a quick guide to enter the world of internet marketing. it has concluded all what a starter should know to take his business to a new level. some of the information is already known but the author was able to organize it, so you won't waist your time collecting it from different places. I will be waiting to the next volumes.
Just before listening this greeat course i failed an interview. After 1 week of listening i composed an email and got hired for the same job for an unexpected salary. Thanks professor Seth.
You guessed it "Listening to this book was My worst Idea ever "
I dont know what i was thinking when i bought it. it lacks research. its One line paragraphs for some ideas are like wikipedia listings. I don't know why it took 2 people to write this book. One person with a good internet connection was enough. I even felt depressed after listening to it. the book doesn't even have an aim.
Its the first time for me to read a novel which is based on science without loosing interest or feeling tired. This book is an unmatched science fiction. Its based on real numbers and scientific facts & data. the author has spent hours on doing math and analysis.
While i was reading the book i started browsing for more information on Mars, it seemed to me like "Ok let me go to Mars next vacation"
There are many heart ponders, a few times you feel that Watney (main charachter) is about to die.
In short this book is the one of the best i read.
Neal Schaffer is awesome. His book is easy to follow. Advises given are real time and practical. You can start a LinkedIn account directly from day one you start reading the book and follow the instructions to find at the end that you have accomplished so much. I also bought Neal's other book Maximize Your Social, because i was confident that there he has alot more to say. I read so many social media books at audible, but this was exceptionally good.
so why dint i give 5 star for performance? because of the poor narrating. I usually listen to audio books at 1.25x speed, but with this book i couldn't. I couldn't distinguish between the paragraphs or when the narrator was reading the titles, all were being at the same level. Hope you all have great time reading and listening the book.
I have read so many books on self development and training, to name a few (quantum learning, Buzan's Genius Formula and other books, Paul Schelee's genius Code & Photo Reading, Einstein Factor for Win Wenger) and so many others.
In my point of view , this one of the very exceptional. Josh is abridging so many native ideas and theories, and creating his own model that fits professionals to achieve their immediate targets, with their busy schedules. Josh's unique approach is suitable for the fast growing in the market of knowledge, which is also changing rapidly.
Some of the example skills which have been described in details by the author will be skipped by me. the reason is that "i am not interested" but these skills can be substituted with your own lovable skills, after reading the original skill of course. For example, Yoga, i do not like it and cant love it, but i heard the whole method and will apply it on my favorite sport, Boxing.
Networking is my profession, and Ruby programming can become my lovable, so i will learn Ruby without substituting it with other skill, after Ruby i will go for DOT NET programming language with the same method for Ruby, and so on.
But there is a problem, the book says that you do not need to spend 10000 hours to learn a skill, I agree, but if you want to become a surgeon or read and understand Goethe's work, then you will definitely spend much more than 20 hours.
Josh's work is great, i am in love with his book and probably buy other books for him. Specially the books he narrates himself, because he is not only reading good but also he is delivering his message with maximum potential, obviously because he believes in what he wrote himself.
Good time spent listening to the book as far as narrating and content, but being a fan of Tony Buzan, Paul Scheele and a few other writers on the subject, i find it easy to put a comparison and say confidently that the book lacks motivation to continue reading. Instead it focuses on direct information.Simply put, Human brain have much greater potential than described in the book, and as Buzan says : once you know your true potential, your whole attitude changes.But the good thing is that it is an abridged version of so many other books written on the subject previously.Great book but was not for me
No, it has all the necessary information and explained the needed points. If i need any more information i would prefer to see other books.
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