While I like the book, the audio was difficult to listen to because the recording volume wasn't as high as other books, so even turning up the volume on my phone to the highest volume wasn't quite enough. If you've read Brian Tracy's other books, this is really the same content from them, just rewritten and repackaged. That said, I guess it can never hurt to hear these messages multiple times.
Not nearly as good a performance as No Excuses.
I would probably not listen to it again because of the narration, which simply didn't reflect the author's voice and intention. I've heard the author speak on podcasts, and can't imagine why the publisher didn't have him narrate the book. It would have been a much richer experience.
The narration sounded almost like it was computerized, lacking the enthusiasm the author clearly had when writing the book.
I enjoyed all the stories and the fact that the author interviewed a whole lot of people and not just a handful. I was also pleased to hear one person interviewed who is doing the exact same thing as me.
He gave lots of solid ideas for generating referrals and marketing one's business in general.
Now I want to purchase the print version because it is too hard to remember all the ideas when you're driving around in your car. I am going to listen to it a second time through very soon. I do have to say that it is a good marketing book in general, and not always necessarily related to referrals, but very good nonetheless.
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