Expected more of a book presentation but appreciated the unpretentious presentation.This will be listened to multiple times, distilling the ideas & plucking the pearls...
This is a casual talk to a group of followers. Not quite a Sermon on the Mount but certainly definite kernels that will grow with further audits.
A quick, easy listen. Covers a lot, but pin-points clearly what you need to hear!
This a seems to be a balanced approach that provides rational explanation for recommendations with "testimony" of realized success.
Presentation sounded a bit like a safety or sales training video, but over all, had great pace and tone.
Close. I listened while driving long distance, several interruptions and over night turned off.
Other wise, contiguous listening.
Goofy music was unnecessary and the "Audible" hope you enjoyed tag is silly and poor quality, cheapening the product.
Ironic that the author remarks within the work how he does not like a lecture, and this presentation was an excellent Audible lecture... listening was a great way to hear the author's emphasis, getting more from the ideas he has to share; I don't agree with all that he presents, as moral philosophy, but the perspective and reality of what he has to say makes an impression and makes one consider presented theories.
The whole narrative conversation, especially from the beginning, formulating motivation and premise for education.
The initial impact of ideas with "Rich Dad".
The whole focused perspective and understanding of defined asset centered investment.
Will want to listen again and perhaps seek out the workbook?
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