Yes, anyone into martial arts or philosophy.
If you read books like "Art of War" then you need this one in your collection as well.
Great story, it takes you on a ride. The story itself is vey compelling and even though it can get a little technical (which I love) those who aren't into technology can still keep up. I love hacker stories, and this one is the best I've read so far.
The book explains each theory with examples that help the reader understand the concept.
I love the idea that talent can actually be built on and earned not just something your born with. This book has a very clear message "if you want to get better at something you have to make mistakes, and you'll eventually get better at it."
Yes, anyone into Apple products or technology.
You feel as though you get to know the man. The good and the bad. Steve Jobs was a great CEO who pushed for innovation and focused on even the smallest detail to ensure the user gets the best product possible. It dose not hide the fact that he was also an emotional and a times irrational man who sometimes treated people horribly. Overall this book is great.
Yes. It opens your eyes to the world of food that we live in.
This book is a must read. Anyone who cares about their health or has health issues related to poor eating habits needs to read this audio book or the hardcover book.
The narrator "Scott Brick" is very good with drawing in the listener and highlighting interesting points with his tone of voice.
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