I liked that he spoke about how you can always recover from a devastating blow. He is a bit out of touch with the "masses" and he toots his own horn a great deal.
It was good listening to it. A little less I did this, I did that and more recent events to go along with the current economy.
I guess I would listen to it again, but it is unlikely I will. The story line became a bit too lengthy for me about three quarters of the way into the book.
The first book.
Yes. Usually good.
Yes. It is clear in explaining what we already know, but don't want to admit.
Frank and to the point. No BS. You either do it or you don't, but don't kid yourself as to why things aren't going your way.
Yes. It is easier listening to the reality than trying to read through it.
Yes, but hard to understand due to his accent.
I liked the analogy of life with fire, water, earth, etc.
Yes, focus on what I am doing at the moment instead of thinking of other things.
The narration was good, but the story line was not. It was like reading an adult film with no real story line, other than a rich, masochist CEO with a power trip and a virgin innocent graduating college girl who fell in love with him.
A business book.
Yes. Different entotations and emotions.
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.