Informative, and intriguing
No spoiler comments but I like the objectivity of the author, asking questions and sharing views more than telling and directing.
Maybe, if the Author is male maybe. otherwise Geoff can be confusing cause he is almost using the same voice across all the different personalities of the book.
the Book is very British focused, which isn't bad if you live in England. it references a lot of associations and institutions in England that are irrelevant if you don't live there. other parts of the book are very valuable nonetheless.
the story, explaining how an actual principle plays out as a play is a powerful delivery tool
Catherine, she is a star
Nice try, you will have to pay me first. that being said, if this was a movie I am mostly likely going to watch it.
it is probably in the top 10%
The book is such a tease!! hold on, it is probably not fair to say that. the book is really valuable it offers great insight into the mind and how it works, into how habits form. but I need more.
1) there is so much around us that take advantage of how habits form, in a way that is sometimes (in my view) unethical. it makes me question a lot of the marketing that takes place. also made me wonder who has access to my habits and how do they use it. SCARY
2) the book offers no recipe for change. it tells you change is possible, it tells you the ingredients of the habit which can be potentially used for affecting change but it still leaves you wondering how to portion out the ingredients. not intentionally but just because of the nature of habit and the nature of individuals and how divers they are. it makes me want more.
recognising that as a feeling expressed in action needs to be translated. If you don't have the right translator you might be reacting to the wrong message.
also recognising that the delivery of love is just as important as its very existence cause otherwise it really doesn't matter how much love is there if not realized through appropriate delivery
real people, real stories and real life scenarios
this is his first performance, I love the way he read it and I could relate to what he says better knowing it is him who wrote the book. so it was like having a private session with Dr Chapman
my spouse's love language :) I would use that a lot :)
Worth the time and Money
i was captivated by the book for most of it with the exception of some parts with lengthy historical background. the thrill grew to the edge towards the second half of the book, (no spoilers) but i am always eager to find out what is going to happen next. Certainly enjoyed this part.
the ending however was disappointing and not clear, it didn't answer my questions and didn't leave me hungry for more either. i was like .... really? and what about?? what was the whole problem the were worried about to begin with? and why is it not a problem any more? didn't like that much
Paul is Awesome!! I love how he changes his tone, pitch, and speed of speach to show differences between different players in the story. makes it so easy to follow.
Everyone in the movie pause a long while, sat a long while, waited a long while, unenjoyable repetition.
The story was predictable from the start.
It wasn't very clear where the directors loyalty isToo much use of foul language.
Excellent reading performance
the book provides a very interesting point of view to look at money and helps the listener assess how they think about money and how that may impact their financial future. that being said some of the stories in the book raised a red flag in terms of morals and ethics, made me wonder, should this really be the way we go about life?
I certainly will go about my finances differently as a result of listening to the book
Tim is a great reader, I think I accepted a lot more of the stories in the book because of the tone Tim presented it. I listened to Robert's voice on other occasions and saw his youtube vides and I wasn't impressed. I was actually thankful he wasn't the one reading the book (and now I know he wouldn't give the kind of person he is after reading the book)
mind my own business
not a waste of time, do listen to it.
Totally, I don't read and having an Audio book is the best way I get access to such ideas
Don't react emotionally
the book is great though some of the ideas seemed simplistic to me but I believe they are very valuable for many parents around me and I hope all parents learn to control their emotion reactivity and take matters in their own hands as they go about their life as parents
Yes, cause it is full of valuable insights for the ills of mankind today and how to treat them
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