I like this audiobooks because of the principles stand true.
I would consider it better than the print version based on the emotion conveyed in the audio.
Suze Ormon books might be compare to this title because of the financial coaching.
Rene Carayol brings genuine emotion to the audio version.
Yes,it was a book I wanted to listen to all in one sitting because of the narrative style.
The content is easily digestible and concise.
I got this audiobooks to remember my morals as well teach them to my child. They are timeless to people with an imagination
The book pulls no punches and I listen to it when I am down on myself or I am in a funk. This book pulls me right out it.
You need the hardcover for all the exercises and test to discover your learn style. The ideas given are useable.
The author only provides food for thought about her opinion and then directs you to her web site for her $295 solution. The lecture is thought provoke but not the complete answer.
I found this tape to be a very light pep talk with more emphasis on getting you to relax rather than focus.
This book is an excellent primer for educating you about options. The only things it lacks are the 12 strategies of options and concrete examples but you find that out in Thomas Mccafferty book "All About Options" (paperback).Hopefully one day audible or the publisher will put a downloadable graphic example with this book.
The difference in the two is how they start the concepts of options. The audible book gives you alot of fundamental knowledge of terminology,the risks and the rewards. The hardcopy book gives you little fundamentals then hits you with intermediate to advance concepts fast.
This book like his other is comedian monologue. They make good points but actually have no exercises to improve you.
The book is basically a monologue of comedian. Although it makes valid points, it does provide exercises of any kind.
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