Whether you buy into the message, I do believe every man will get a very useful and helpful message.
I remember thinking in the 1st & then the 2nd chapter): What in the world, this isn't the man I thought I was getting. For some reason I kept listening and finally late in the 2nd/early 3rd chapter, he stopped bashing and started a more positive, helpful, and enlightening message.
My bottom line - if you can just make it through the Bush family bashing; I'm not defending them mind you; it's a very interesting book. The admirable Mr. Iacocca does show through and one can understand how he has achieved his stature as a respected & decisive man.
I'm glad I purchased & listened. While I appreciate his opinion & outspoken voice, his bashing is a little too negatively conveyed for my taste.
I want to preface my comments with: I have an enormous amount of respect for Tony Dungee as a person, man, coach, and brother in Christ.
I acquired using an audio credit and highly recommend the book, however, I'm not so enthusiastic about Mr. Dungee's narration. While I appreciate his views and beliefs and find them very inspiring, his monotone detracted from the message - even through what I'm certain were some very impassioned and inspired words.
I love the message of the book but recommend it as a read, not a listen. Sorry, Tony.
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