The content is clear and to the point. The performer keeps you engage. The story is full of learning lessons that most of us have yet to experience, but eventually will.
And when we do we will be better equipped to face a challenging situation (requiring good leadership) with a greater chance of succes than if we had never listened the audio version. Will probably purchase the hardcover so that I may butcher it with my highlighters!
At this time I'm listening in tandem the following: (1) The Contrarian's Guide To Leadership; (2) Leadership Isn't For Corwards; (3) Creating Magic; and, (4) Great Leaders Grow- which I plan to return because Ken Blanchard really missed the boat on this one. However, you will find the first three great companions to True North, as well as, to each other. On a side note, I urge all who find 'leadership' a must read to pick up a copy of: Leading At The Edge (Catherine McCarthy) and Endurance (Alfred Lansing).
Sorry about not using fancy words and/or eye catching phrases- I'm just down to earth, a plain talker, and, quite simple.
He keeps you engage and focus on the message.
South Is Not An Option!
I don't consider myself a smart person- but, I'm intelligent enough to know that I can learn from others and to know the difference between a good read as opposed to a poorly written book. I find this audio book to be a 4.5 to a 4.75!
Refer to my review of True North.
I have not finished listening to the audio book. Presently, I'm listening to three others. Please refer to my comments on True North. Ditto for The Contrarian's Guide to Leadership.
Keeps you engage and focused on the the message.
Refer to my review on True North.
Yes. It's good fiction, but Ms.McCormick made it great fiction. Although I was either jogging, cycling, or, working out at the gym while listening to the book,Ms.McCormick's performance made me feel like I was sitting in the theatre watching the movie. And, I love going to the movies!!!
When Catnis shot the arrow through the apple.
Refer to my comments for Question #1.
I laughed my head off when I visualized Catnis shooting her arrow through the apple. It reminds me of my two daughters: don't stress it out. get their attention. head strong, and head first, into the stonewall. worry about the broken pieces, later.
I've already suggested to Audible.com that their loyal customers should have the option to choose the performer they would like to hear tell the story. I guess that is wishful thinking. But, I will keep on asking for a refund every time I purchase an audible book read by someone who kills the story.
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