people interested to hear about past events but not necessarily in a fun or entertaining manner
No, but it did turn me off from this writer
Very long details about historical events and how people failed in predicting them, which is quite obvious, since if those events were predicted they wouldn't have happened. It's good Audible has 2X speed so I was able to reduce my time wasted listening to this book. In short it's a book that has no added value whatsoever.
Excellent. The material is progressively more complex and useful. One remark I have about the efficient market. The evidence shows that IPOs underperformed the overall market for the 2 to 3 years following going public. Doesn't that refute the efficient market hypothesis? Showing those stocks makes money, therefore.
Give examples from everday ordinary folks trying to enhance their life rather than extreme examples as US prersidents or popular enterpreneurs like Steve Jobs. We don't wanna become another Steve Jobs or the president of the USA.
the conversation at the end
The conversation at the end
If you believe in "I am connected to the source energy at the same frequency", or "love yourself and you will have it all" or "using low-class language makes me seem cool and funny", or "the universe wants you to be happy", or "buy the expensive Audi on credit, and the money will automatically flow your way", or you like silly humor ...then this book is for you.
If you're a sophisticated, pragmatic person, who believes in using the existing reality you're living in to your advantage and taking calulcated risks and introducing real long term solutions to achieve your goals, I recommend you find other self help books.
Nothing from this author
Trying to be funny constantly
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