Questioning, Useful, Industry-centric
The story of Netflix
I really like this book and think it is useful, but I wish it had more directions on what it really means to make something "Magnetic". It makes sense what the author is saying, but it is very hard to define or actually understand what makes things magnetic, and I had been hoping the book would explain that better.
the depth of the characters and how unpredictable it is
hard-to understand; makes me feel uncomfortable; annoying role-playing attempts that fail to accomplish anything
no.. it's way too long for that! took me forever to get through this book
Audible apps don't do a good job of helping you pick up where you left off across multiple devices, so try to use this on only one device if you don't want to end up lost and having to search through 40some hours for where you were!
Yes! It's just got so many good points that I need to be reminded of
That introverts can be some of the most creative people, like writers and artists and engineers. I didn't know that self reflection had such a great benefit.
Sheryl Sandberg is so "real". Her book is amazing, really, and I was surprised by how much it mapped to a lot of the things in my life, and it opened my eyes up to biases within myself and society that before I hadn't noticed.
No, I listened to a little bit of it every day on my commute
This book is an absolute must have, for any woman (working or not), and preferably also for every man who wants to live in a more fair, balanced and productive world. I finished the book and decided immediately that I want to listen to it again!
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