Absolutely! For anyone that is a fan of Disney, Lee Cockerell's book Creating Magic is excellent! As the title explains, he does have common sense strategies however common sense is not so common nowadays. His points really do encompass what Disney is all about, and more companies would be better off following his strategies.
I really liked that the author was also the narrator for this book. It added a personal touch.
The story in itself is amazing. The story of a man who literally went through hell and back and how he dealt with the struggles throughout. Everything about this book was enjoyable to listen to.
His time on the raft with his two fellow soldiers. How they made it that long on extremely small amounts of food, water, dealing with the sun, sharks, and Japanese gunners.
The narrator delivers a great performance on this book. He is enjoyable to listen to.
This book does make you feel a lot of different emotions from anger and empathy to happiness and joy.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in WWII or a story of a truly great individual making it through some unthinkable times.
Like most, I've seen the HBO series "Band of Brothers". I also wanted to go deeper into the story so I purchased the e-book as well as the audible version. I recently finished the book and have a new appreciation for the Greatest Generation. They truly deserve that name by the sacrifices they made to help make this country what it is today. The audio version of this book is excellent and the narrator does a terrific job. I am looking forward to reading more by this author and others on the topic!
The content of the book itself is interesting and any Disney fanatic would like to hear about how their training was developed and progressed. The issue I have with the book is the narration as it sounds like the book was typed into a computer.
Absolutely! I was switching between reading the printed version and the audiobook. The narrator is really good and keeps your attention throughout!
This book gives you an in-depth look at how Disney was throughout the Eisner Era. You see clearly how Eisner ran this business both good and bad.
He seemed to be an enthusiastic reader!
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