Best audio book I have listened to thus far (along with Born to Run).
The description of the relationships between the crew members and how they depend on each other and learn to trust each other. The description of "swing" in the eight oared boat.
Very east listening. Good pace and expression.
Yes. I would spend more time running so I could listen more (I listen while running).
A must must must listen!
In the top 10 of all audio books
The rich descriptions of the characters and the clear details of their training, their lives and their motivations.
Contagious by Jonathan Berger
Give and Take by Adam Grant
Switch by Chip and Dan Heath
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Wonderful framework to ensure that you don't get trapped in making decisions.
Practical and empirically sound advice.
Compelling interesting research
Adam Grant as the author and primary researcher behind the thesis of this book.
Good guys don't need to come second.
Ones reciprocity style has broad and meaningful implications.
Great stories that convey empirically sound research.
Chris Andersen has been accurate in the past with uncovering important phenomena associated with technology advancement, consumer demand and general business economics i.e. the long tail. I think he is very right again with the potential impact of custom fabrication and DIY design and manufacturing. He brings his ideas to light with many relevant examples.
It does for manufacturing and design what "The Long Tail" did for retail.
Also has similarities to "Wikinomics" by Don Tapscot.
Not much. Pretty standard narration.
No. It just made me think.
Great for entrepreneurs thinking about finding an opportunity in an emerging wave of change.
Yes. The details of his 2012 racing season including his TdF win and Olympic TT gold are vivid and rich. It feels like you sitting in his living room and he is telling you stories of his epic year. Includes detail about training, preparation, his family, the team and all his highs and lows.
Bradley Wiggins for obvious reasons. Its all about his road career in cycling.
His British accent is awesome for sharing Brad Wiggins' story
The deep insight into how he and his coaches went against tradition in their preparation for the 2012 racing season.
It's a great book that cycling fans will particularly enjoy.
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