Jacobus, PA, United States | Member Since 2011
I do not read / listen to a lot of fiction, but I did enjoy this book. The narrator did a good job of "playing" the different characters. There was a lot of build up, but leaves a lot of ending up to your own imagination. The disappointment of the ending soon passes as the truth of the actual treaties and agreements come to light that this work of fiction was extrapolated from.
Overall, not a bad book and one that good or bad, you are bound to learn from.
Was a simple story that drew you in while sharing valuable life lessons. A great example to follow. Also having Jeremy Irons as the narrator was amazing. I couldn't stop listening to it!
While this books focuses on creativity and excelling once you found your passion, its an enjoyable book due to its humor and story telling. Quite simply this is going to appeal to so many listeners, give it a try. You'll be glad you did.
Even if you do not have anyone with special needs in your family, you will still love this story and laugh out loud.
As a man on a quest to improve my marriage and relationship with my family (my daughter's needs are on the autism spectrum scale as well) this books story really hit home. I learned a lot about what goes through others minds, the fact they go through the same challenges too. It was an inspiring story, expertly told by the author and it was hysterically funny. You will love this true story! its a must read (hear!)
Great beginners guide for those on a journey to being a better parent. It covers many topics and has some good ideas mixed in. Also love all the recommendations to other books on each topic for those looking to go deeper or to the next level. Easy to listen to and learn from. If someone is looking for help on certain parenting topic, this book may not be the answer, if you just need a starting point on parenting, then this is truly the book to start with.
Read by the author and its it full of amazing info and stories of how marketing has evolved over time and just how much of an impact the concept of "free" has had on us. Such a joy to listen to.
Easy to listen to and to relate with
Love the story of how Jell-o became Americas Favorite Dessert!
Only 3 pricing points in marketing: Less then Free, Free, or Something. The biggest mental point to get a consumer over for a sale is going from Free to 1penny
Must read book for any marketers or business person looking to increase sales and creatively increase sales and revenue.
Yes, there is so much info in there and it goes so fast. You'll need (and want) to listen to this audio several times over.
Great tips similar to that of Zig Zigler, Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn and many others
Very energetic and conversational.
Short audio but filled with great, useful info to be worthwhile.
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