I listened to the entire story hoping it would get better, but it never did. There was no point to the story. Don't waste your time.
This is not a book on how to ace a job interview. There are few, if any hints on what to do/what not to do. There are no insights on how to answer questions. Instead the majority of the book is taken up with some kind of visualisation exercise in which you're supposed to visualise yourself "becoming confident".
I don't normally write reviews, but I felt compelled in this case so that you do not suffer the same plight as me in listening to this book.
The book is about a guy who is chronically indecisive. This could be a great premise for a comedy, but instead the book turns into a preachy book about "democratic socialism". The book says that if you are involved in a corporation then you are responsible for poverty in third world countries and that you should go over there and help them.
I do not get audiobooks to be preached at, I get them to be entertained, and this book was not entertaining.
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