The author played it safe and was far too wordy - he consistently qualified his strong statements. Go hug someone... if they want it... if it makes sense... if you've worked them up to it...
Yes there are many solid things in here. There are many important things we should be doing when working with others.
However there other audiobooks in Audible better suited to fulfilling business/self-improvement.
I've heard many Cape Cod's over the years. Some are fantastic. The series as a whole is great. Underhill's should be listened to together and do have a loose order.
Good for short listening, but maybe too complex for heavy commute traffic. Not quite binaural but have basic sound effects and depth.
I was more impatient to finish this book and actually found myself fast-forwarding a few sections. I loved the first book and think the storyline is great.
The author is writing about things he clearly doesn't understand, such as blended families. So sometimes he gets into directions that don't work or fails to arrive to the natural conclusion. You could say some of it is necessary for his story line timing but other times it's bad writing.
Author keeps putting lengthy flash-backs smack in front of key story line events in order to develop characters.
Some characters repeatedly admonish themselves word-for-word the same way. This poor writing is aggravating.
I clearly get the feeling 'Left Behind' established a recipe and this series is simply trying to cash-in on that recipe.
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