This is a critique on the current mostly attended school system in the United States, but some of it applies to any country. Some situations and comments by the author are easily recognizable as facts, yet he seldom speaks of real overall solutions. It is not easy to extrapolate from his individual experience to an overall view of education in the U.S. His claims should be backed up with more data, taking into account how important education is for everyone. Overall, it makes you think and consider possibilities, which I think was the author's goal.
A very good ending to the series. It lacks antagonist characters development, but the end is such a good one that it makes up for this. The audio performance is one of the best I have experienced from audible.
From one idea to the next, Chang presented facts and reasoning that clarifies the mind from ideological propaganda. This is a MUST read for all interested in politics and economy.
Excellent ending to once again a wonderful trilogy from this authors. Sandra Burr did a wonderful job bringing this characteres to life. Hopefully more Dragonlance Books will come to this format.
I was delighted to return to this world and find these heroes from my younger youth back in a wonderful adventure. Now this time with voices!!! Excellent narrative!! Super FUN!!! Sandra: Keep up the excellent work. Please provide all Dragonlance Novels in Audible format!!!!
Wonderful, highly recommended, right to the important facts and information you need to get better on anything in life. I am one of those guys that play the piano, the guitar, compose music, draw, architecture, some 3d modeling, apart from studying, working, and playing soccer......this book changed my mind about talent and goals.
This book started and ended very nice. Good approach to catch up the listener at the beginning. The middle was full of emotional and psychological intrigue, which reminds me that we are drifting more and more to an "emo" world with all this info about emotional intelligence...etc. The end also finished well, highlighting, very briefly, what I was expecting to understand from the book all along. My recommendation, do not believe what this books says on how companies work. There are behaviors, not emotions, which are not proper to executives in a company. If you follow good education and behavioral principles, the only next thing left to do is to get results and be creative. The rest is just for emos.
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