The above story is strong and I will listen to it again however the production values are shakey. I can hear the audio cut out and come in again. It is as if the sound engineer and voice over artist decided to take a break. That happens in other audio novels but in the final product such rough patches are worked out. Not so here. So, high marks for story and narration. Average and low on presentation. Perhaps that is why I was able to buy it for under $5.00.
The way this book is laid out it is best suited as a reference. They are individual essays on the art of business from sage advice to a world vision of how to treat the world and yourself.
I like Peters' style. Since he is also the speaker the text carries with it the sense of a one-on-one conversation with you.
It's lively. He is passionate about what he thinks is important.
My reaction made me more intense and gave me a different perception on what I do. I am a professional actor. Much of his advice applies to me as it would to an air conditioner salesman. He asks for a clear-eyed look at yourself and urges you to take action. That appeals to me. How do I carry out my business? What's my story? All of this is valuable.
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