This is the type of book that once you hear it, it starts you thinking. Is this a book that you would listen to over and over, I don't believe so but I do think it would be beneficial to listen to again in the future.
Although the story does deal with medical issues, this is the authors background, it also includes the source of checklists - pilots. As with any book there has to be a purpose for you picking the book up and this is to make yourself better. Many reviewers say that the book spends too much time on surgery but the purpose of the book is to illustrate the use of checklists; this and the many other examples should be adapted to your environment.
Great reader. Adds to experience.
There are many "really" moments throughout the book that keep it interesting and relevant.
Highly recommend for anyone who really wants to improve their lives - but it will take commitment and work.
The audio version allows you to hear the authors love for the subject which helps you focus on the vast amount of information being provided that is technical in nature. Reading it I think I would have glazed over and given up a lot earlier.
Mr. Media's performance and understanding of learning makes this educational and insightful tool enjoyable.
That children grow adults, adults do not grow children.
Must buy for anyone interested in learning why humans do what they do and how to get along better. Can't wait to start his other book!!
Mr. Allen has a natural voice that is easy to listen to and made the book an absolute joed to listen to.
He adds his experience as a consultant in a way that apply to anyone who works and has to organize their personal and professional lives.
His personality resonates and adds flavor to the book since he wrote it.
Absolutely not. You need to listen, think about, and then go to the next set of topics.
This is a great book that made me immediately toss my Franklin Covey organizer and make my own so I could work more efficiently since I'm a firm believer that a
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