United Arab Emirates | Member Since 2012
Details of why Gold and silver always wins.
When it was revealed that Silver is actually going to be more precious than Gold.
Overall it was good, it would have been a little more better if the numbers were highlighted a little more slower rather than just run through.
Money or Currency?
Good Book. Definitely will need to listen to this a couple of more times to grasp the intrinsic meaning of many statements.
Yes, has a lot of principles that can help people move from one stage to another in life, and also gives advice on what needs to be kept in mind.
All the examples provided has relevance and applicability in daily life.
The points mentioned about how even successful people have chinks in the armor and even these chinks can be ironed out by focusing on the problem.
Yes,In the blink of an eye. This book has bared all about Adam Brown, a fearless operator and warrior, but also human enough to have his shortcomings. This story is inspiring enough to any individual who thinks that they are at the end of the road as well as to individuals who want to make it big in life.
The frankness and honesty about Adam's life without any covering of the negatives.
Was brilliant. His voice was soothing and had a deep effect of narration that is enough to capture the listener's attention.
It definitely inspired me and gave me motivation to after my goals.
Brilliant book. Worth every cent, worth the time and also deserves commendation and appreciation to the author and narrator.
The book has a lotof details and information onthe different levels of leadership. This book is very useful for organizationsto structure themselves.
I cant compare it to any otherbook purely becausethe detailsare technical in nature and the principles for different levels of management are broken down into stages.
The narration aspect. It was exteemely tiring to listen to this because the voice was very monotonous.
This book is about management concepts at different levels of an individuals career and the tools he requires. Dont this can be a film.
The audiobook was informative but the narration was honestly boring. It definitely needed livening up.
Narration was excellent, not even close to getting bored. The details mentioned can be used universally. Joe gives cues of what we need to observe in individuals.
Hard to point out one! Was quite surprising when he mentioned about the most important place to look at to see the reaction of other individuals.
Excellent narration, never got bored
Yes. If i had a couple of off days, id sit and hear this whole book. I will listen to it again a few more times till i incorporate all points!
This is a must buy. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook.
I wouldnt say it is better or worse, id say the audio version is very convenient and more compact than a book. I can listen to it in the car, while going for a walk, when im on a plane and want to close my eyes. A book would be harder to carry around.
Reality Distortion - The pressure to make situations change to your comfort.
Intensity+Passion = GENIUS
Im only 1/3rd of the way into the book and its great. Being an apple fan, the reality of the man Steve Jobs is shocking and makes me want to hit him, but if not for his arrogance and intensity we probably might not have seen technology such as the ipad, ipod, apple tv's and the Macs!
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