Not too bad, I have heard another Project management book so I didnt find anything particularly new. Not too bad for learning basics about PM
The narration is horrible. The guy cant pronounce any Indian name or Indian city or even names of players outside India. For reading Sachin's biography one would assume that pronouncing Indian names would be important. He calls Sanjay Bangar and Banger.
That Sachin didnt say anything about match fixing, really how can you just skip it?
The narration is so annoying that instead of following the book one starts to notice the bad narration and bad pronunciation.
I am a huge fan of SRT so I want to know more about his journey and hence I paid for it but when compared with biographies of other cricketers, this is very unimpressive.
The audio has a lot of emotion
It was kept simple and was presented with the personality of characters
Emotion and persona
The book is based on facts that most people are not aware of, it informs people about the reality of how Pakistan was ignored and allowed to build nuclear weapons, its reasons for building and how it sold it almost in the open market.
How translation of tech documents in Europe lead to Pakistan eventually building nukes
Ronald Reagan and his administration ignored the information about Pakistan developing nuked and has never been criticized.
Raising kids is not only about teaching them about sex but also about working on their studies, confidence, physical activity in their life and much much more.
For the first hour or so I was amazed at some of stats presented by the author but then I hoped that she will move on, talk about handling that issue and move to the next but she continued for another 3 hrs only describing horror stories. We get it, thanks for sharing but isn't there much more to raising kinds then just scaring them to make them stay away from sex for a long long time ?
This book can help people who are starting a career, stuck in a role or even CEOs.
Good for nothing but for 2 bucks it wasnt too bad. Its obviously isnt a book but I have read better white papers. This is more like interviewing 2-3 executives. The flow isnt great either
for someone who has worked on projects in the past but hasnt had any formal training, its a good way to understand the principles.
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