The narrator is great but the content is too out-of-principles for me!!
Just finished the 7 habits of highly effective people listening to Stephen Covey emphasizing for 12 hours on the importance of real deep principles then Machiavelli, feeling dizzy :)
Very optimistic view that paints a pink picture... but if you read enough on the topic elsewhere you will easily realize that Rule #1 is just a fantasy.
Very brief, very shallow and didn't really add much. If you spend couple of hours browsing Youtube for running guides you are better-off.
The headlines says it all, the book is too good and to the point that you will want to re-listen to it.
The book is a superb masterpiece and the most magnificent about it is how it related differently with each and every one of us... for me, I want to live Caballo's life :))
To find a book that points out how bugged is your cognitive system without really annoying you is always a great find. Well written and very well presented.
However, if you are already familiar with some cognitive biases, heuristics and fallacies you will find some chapters "old news"... that is how exhaustive it is!
The book is a definite must listen/read. Stephen King is blending all his talent in writing with his bio in a book about life, about success and about writing.
The book is Ok for a 2 hours listen, but I have read/listened to much better books. It starts very slow also yet gradually catches up.
May be I was looking for the wrong thing, but I was waiting for some insights and lessons fro the guy who started this sensational business, didn't find any though!
The book introduces a powerful and will thought set of ideas about an insight that go giverrs get more in life (which is great) into a weakly constructed story with some even "cheesy" bits and pieces.
Too shallow! The whole book is summarized in one sentence" here are some examples of people who could do an amazing job be having thier own businesses" nothing about how though !!!
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