Funny, pedantic treatise
The narrator conveys a crispness to the analysis which would be less obvious if reading.
Who they are, what they are, how to avoid them, deal with them and why they frustrate us so much.
This is a modern day philosophical treatise. The analysis is detailed. The arguments are deep and require reflection to be appreciated. If you are looking for a funny, easy to read book, this is NOT it. If you are looking for a mind-bending discussion on a seemingly trivial topic, you will thoroughly enjoy this.
Robin shares a lot of great leadership ideas in a very short and concise framework.
Yes, but hoping it would be a bit more organized.
Narrator (Robin) was great from a delivery perspective.
Aspiring leaders who are incredibly driven.
Robin takes a shot-gun approach in this piece. He presents a lot of good ideas and concepts but does not develop them to the level where you can apply them to your career. The listener is encouraged to sign up to the web site and other fee-based materials so this work comes off as a bit of marketing. With that said, this work is worth listening to at least once.
Achieve marital bliss
We each have different needs and grow up with different perceptions of what love is.
Wish I had read this book years ago.
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