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If you are interested in the discussion of Big Data and how it impacts on society and the impacts to your Internet life, then i recommend this book.
The thought provoking discussion on the ability of Google to predict the spread of the flu
The book made me look at homosapiens as more than the dominant beings but as a stroke of luck in the journey of evolution. I used the information to discuss with my family at dinner and provide different perspectives on why people are different.
It was an enjoyable story that also taught me some tidbits - would recommend
Not that I plan to read the entire Britannica it does continue to make me interested in facts
This book is not what i thought it would be; it is so much more. I immediately put into place what i learnt and it changed the way i approach people - fantastic and highly recommended
The story was interesting the whole time and the information was useful
For someone thinking about startups the book gave an insight into the ups and downs of a startup
Listening about the struggles as he pushed his body and mind to extreme limits
I enjoyed listening to all the characters
I expected the book to be able to the struggles of running ultra marathons and the type of person that pushes themselves to compete. I believe the book achieved this
The book had many great ideas that I plan to apply to my work environment. After listening through to completion, I want to go back and take some notes.
I enjoyed hearing the life of Chris and how being a Seal and protecting his country was such a strong driver in his life. His stories were fascinating to listen to.
The book started with stating how to recognise if someone is happy to see you when you walk in the room. I put that into practise immediately it is on on the money.
You could listen to this in one sitting, I did it in around 3. Now, I want to listen again and learn more.
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