Yes! This book was great and changes the way I project and market my company.
The example of Apple and how they start with why, then how and then what.
When talking at Martin Luther King, it was not I have a plan speech, it was the I Have a Dream speech.
Yes, this book was really helpful to me as a small business owner to make sure my company was properly form and maintained.
All of the examples were good to hear and helps you remember each principle.
Really helped me make sure my liability remains limited for my LLC.
The analogy of his Rich Dad and Poor Dad makes it easy to understand to principles outlined in this book.
The rich buy assets and the poor and middle class buy liabilities.
Pay yourself first....no matter what
50's story is incredible. How he continues to reinvent himself is inspiring!
Hearing the contrast in voices is great especially with 50 actually reading his quotes at the bringing of each chapter.
It helped motivate me to re-brand my business and to grow and change in my environment and not become complaisant.
Hearing the progression of events that lead to an amazing result.
Yes, I would listen to it in the car, on my walk to work and at home until I finished it.
Yes, great insights and ideas for entrepreneurs and business executives.
The Tipping Point because it talks about ideas that so remarkable that the masses take notice.
Top 10, right up there with Tipping Point, Outliers, and Rich Dad Poor Dad
The story of Mozart was new to me and brought home the idea of Mastery perfectly.
A great compliment to Outlives by Malcolm Gladwell.
Yes, it gives a sense of our instate sexually and causes you to examine a subject that is not easily talked about.
Yes, I was engaged and captivated the entire time.
The level of detail of the ins and outs of being a spy are fascinating.
All the voices were great. Made it seem like the different characters were actually telling the story.
This books ranks at the top of my list for non-personal development books. It was fun to listen to and each chapter was it's own short story.
When Sookie interrogates all the suspects in the fairy's death.
The way she used her voice made you think Sookie was actually telling the story.
I listened to it all the way through, but easily could have broken it up in-between each story.
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