Not only was this not an interview, it didn't seem very related to the topic.
Susie hogged most of the airspace rather than interveiw her interviewee, and seemed very preoccupied with making this all about sex.
Not that there's anything wrong with sex, and I get how sex it very tied to pleasure, but if that's what you 're going to talk about, make the title "How sexual pleasure works".It would be to your advantage as sex is a very well searched topic and would sell more books. :-)
I was expecting more of a Malcolm Gladwell-esque type of commentary. At the end of this I felt more confused and put off than educated.
I went out and purchased the hard copy of this book immediately after listening to it. It is the best advice I have had in a long time. The hard copy gave me the myriad of resources this book offers at my fingertips, but giving it a listen first was of great value.
The only tough thing to listen to was when he rattled off all of the URL's in the book. You need to stand poised with pen and paper to catch them.
This is the only book I've read where you are given all of the resources you need to actually to what he says.
Although this is a book for teens, just like Harry Potter, it has adult appeal. The story teller was fantastic. I have never made a point of listening to a story at every chance I had.
Not only is Tony Hsieh an excellent narrator, he is an incredible, very forward thinking person. If all CEO's of corporations thought like him, the world would be a much better place to live in. This is a must read...er, listen for anyone in business.
Jon is a fantastic narrator who takes you down a path with a twist. His perspective is insightful, funny and interesting.
Steve Martin always cracks me up. I was expecting a boring tutorial and this was really and brilliant way to intro audiobooks. Well done.
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