Being a fan it was no doubt that I enjoyed Sarah's memoir. I especially enjoyed her chronicles of childhood growing up outside of Manchester, NH.. where I am from. Some of the ending chapters got mushy and were not as witty as others, but only a little bit, and nonetheless enjoyable. I definitely had moments where I sat in the parking lot at work and finished listening to parts before I got out.
I am not sure, I drive a lot so prefer these types of books for driving and fiction for actual reads.
Not a character based book.
Not a scene based book.
One of the key points I will remember is that opportunity that arrives from trying to be a yes person vs a no person.
I also read Brian Tracey's "Eat That Frog". I felt this book was slightly repetitive, if I had to choose one I would have chose the other. Overall, a good listen that I will probably come back to again.
This was a great story. I thought the narrator did a great job and i still have certain words he spoke in my mind even after one year. I often found myself sitting in my car with the engine on just to hear the end of the chapter.
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