Probably not. I found the audio jam packed with thought provoking and new ideas. I tend to listen to audios on my way to work and this was definitely something I need to sit down, study and carefully read each paragraph.
They were complicated concepts that require careful consideration.
No. Spaced out between thoughts.
I love the detail provided to a classic problem on success. It is relaxing to know that while my child may not be best in the world based on our current societal makeup and birthday. He or she can still be good by devoting time and energy and by parents creating opportunities for expert support.
I was listening to this for help on how to motiviate my teenager so it wasn't a great choice for me to begin with. I think I would have preferred it had the author provided more examples of ways of setting up an intrinsic motivational environment.
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