No but it is easy to listen to except for references to external content.
Does a good job of covering the material without any real examples :)
It has some personality
Validation that people at my work know nothing about project management.
please please please please please please please please please please please please
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A different narrator that has passion for the subject
I couldn't get past 10 minutes with this; I kept having to restart because I'd tune out after a minute or so.
It sounds 'read'; no passion here. Get excited about the topic to keep the listener listening.
This was really short. Some chapters were less than 5 minutes (one page) and while she said she'd be telling stories she didn't. Instead it was like listening to a summary for a book that has the stories. It needed to stay on topic longer and tell stories that made you feel the topic instead of jumping from topic to topic (a bit ADHD).
It had a lot of promise. Everything in this book is true but she doesn't stay on any part long enough. Many parts were listening to a list of things.
Easy to listen
This book is like the frosting on the cake that you wish you could eat. Please write a version that is organized into different areas of self denial and tell a story in each to make it hit home with the reader.
If you're turned off by too much religious talk don't buy this. This audio book talks a lot about God and has a ton of bible references that loosely tie in to the pain of miscarriage. I was slightly turned off by all of the bible references however I can see how this book would be immensely valuable to someone with strong religious beliefs facing the pain of a miscarriage. In any case It thought this audio book was worthwhile to listen to.
I keep having to rewind because it is hard to pay attention due to the boring style this is read in.
The only way I could digest this is to have the book in front of me :(
I've always been someone that hated the concept of selling until Spin Selling.
This book frames selling in terms of solving a implied or explicit need and the process of getting the customer to that point. Very helpful.
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