Minuses - 1) The author starts off with an attack on MBAs and a justification for the book. That is not necessary and doesn't resonate well. I very nearly gave up on it for that reason, so skip the first chapter. 2) This is not anything like an MBA, which is fairly obvious, but I think the title is unnecessarily misleading and should be changed to 'Shortcut to an MBA' or something like that.
Pluses -1) The author has done an enormous amount of good research. 2) He covers a large amount of ground 3) He has some good insights on the topics he covers 4) The author narrates and it comes across really well. 5) There are ongoing online resources.
Overall a good purchase - I bought it on audio and kindle
Her enthusiasm and delivery, she's really top knotch. Take a look at some of her YouTube videos to get a feel for her delivery.
How to deliver Ted Talks by Jeremy Donovan is the nearest I've listened to.
No but I will look out for them.
Sometimes people say things that you already know, but in a way tht helps you communicate them better, and that's the case here. Things I noted were: how people judge you as a presenter, the three biggest qualities for sales success, are the slides for you or the audience, visual aides v aide memoires, are you informative or persuasive.
If you're looking to up your game as a presenter, don't only listen to what she says, but how she says it. This is a short piece but that's great as most audio books are too long.
I have recommended this book because it is informative and entertaining. So many insights that you will identify with.
I saw two people in a meeting at work, sitting close together but leaning far apart. It was having listened to the book that I could tell they really didn't like each other. So many insights you can apply to the real world. I also bought it in hard copy to see the images. Many are online.
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