I really like audiobooks because I can just close my eyes and listen, but this book includes "Character-sizes" or exercises that you can do in your own life. In listening to the book, I don't want to stop and do the character-sizes right then and there, so it would be nice to have a print version of these. Other than that, I think the audiobook version is great!
I like how the author makes his points by telling stories from his own life. It shows that he's authentic and makes this self-help book all the more credible.
I did in fact listen to this book all at once, and am glad I did. Like most non-novels, however, I will probably listen to it again to get what I missed before, and maybe do some of the exercises in the book.
I think it's cool that this book is narrated by its author, and that the author narrates it as if he's just speaking to you, even making references to the fact that this is an audio book ie. "in this book, or in this case, audiobook..." etc. Being the original author, he also knows how he intended it to sound, and narrates it as such.
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