Yes, but not this version. As stated, the narrator is lousy.
Enjoyed those moments that talked about a man's ability to shape himself according to his own visions of perfection.
In two words: hello no. This gentleman is in the wrong line of work. He should consider auto insurance commercial voiceovers if he's determined to do audiowork for pay.
Choice dictates all.
Regret that this narrator was able to so completely ruin this experience for me. I really must give credit to great narrators: their artistry is easy to take for granted until you hear a lousy one.
The book was a collection of empty platitudes. It became clear to me that this man was not interested in helping anyone, he was interested in writing a book and turning a profit. The emptiness of the philosophies and concepts therein is a testament to that. This book is nothing if not a collection of worthless and oversimplified ideas.
Anger and disappointment. I've read and listened to a ton of books in my time. But never have I had the experience of feeling absolutely duped and scammed by an author.
Audible would do the community here a service by removing this pablum.
Ironically, the book's author and narrator could've used a hell of a lot more motivation and expression during his reading of this book. That said, the material is solid, concise, and positive.
I will add to the choir of angry, puzzled listeners who spent money on this book. It is a waste of both time and money, and owes most of its profit to its title, I'm sure, since its contents don't merit the paper it's printed on.
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