I love Tina Fey and her work. In this Audiobook you can get to know her more as a person and learn about how she made it to become as successful as she is today. It is pretty inspiring, informational and entertaining all at the same time. She is a very good story teller and in the Audiobook you get to hear clips from the SNL skit that made her famous.
very important information to consider, the subject matter will make you question your ethics for a range of topics and force you to face the fact that one needs to be informed in order to make their decision.
Im not sure if it was the voice of the Author or the voice of the narrator but some where I felt that sometimes the author would go past their expertise. I felt that the author “preached” about things that were very similar to the design process within Industry but did not give credit to Design at all. Also, I feel that the author used analogies with art that were not necessarily true. In general i think the advice was vey important however sometimes presumptuous.
I think he did a good job getting the emotion of the author in the reading.
Most things, without a doubt, can be applied to everyones work process and work attitude.
I loved that the Dalai Lama who is known by the world to be one of the holiest men on earth is still openminded and able to see that ethics are separate from religion and that we need to gain a universal understanding of ethics.
He is very detailed in his approach to explain his point of view and he addresses every argument that would be put against him with purely logical responses.
A wise voice to match to the character of the author.
No this book should be taken in little parts at a time because the philosophy is so rich that one should meditate on the concepts before continuing to the next chapter.
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