Yes, I would recommend this audiobook. The main reason is because it is read by the author himself. The book is good, and it makes it so much better to hear it read from the author because he reads it with passion and enthusiasm. I also like how he goes "off-script" at a few points in the reading to further explain something or bring something that came up after the writing of the book.
The points that Acuff makes are very clear and well taught. He gives good examples from his own life and is a very good teacher. I like that he starts the book by saying "don't quit your day job." (Mind you, the name of the book is "Quitter" so most readers might be picking it up with much enthusiasm about kicking their day job to the curb and going out on their own venture.)
I have heard Acuff speak for Financial Peace University, but he only did one session. It was good to hear more performance from him, on a topic that seemed closer to his own heart.
“Hustle isn't just doing the things you love all the time. Hustle is doing the things you don't enjoy sometimes to earn the right to do the things you love.”
“When you keep your day job, all opportunities become surplus propositions rather than deficit remedies. You only have to take the ones that suit your dream best.”
“I know it sounds crazy, but people with jobs tend to have more creative freedom than people without.”
Waiting for your next book Jon! Get it on Audible and you have at least one guaranteed listener right here.
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