The content was apropos for a world stuck in the grind of seeking the next success in various activities and exposes them for what they are in our lives - idols.
Keller is articulate, uses great illustrations and applies Biblical truths masterfully to those who live today.
Tom Parks did a fine job, but having heard Tim Keller, it was odd listening to his book with another person's voice.
It was good to have Jim Collins reading it. Some of the time he referenced material that has been updated since the original publication date, which made it a more enjoyable listen. Having the author read the story is usually a good thing in my mind.
While this is a business principle book, I enjoyed Collins account of Admiral Stockdale and how his world view affected his ability to cope with being a POW and how that should impact the way we all think.
Liked the personal stories and perspective.
Sure, but who has that much time?!
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