New York, NY, United States | Member Since 2011
I think the narration was just absolutely spot on.
I'm not sure there's a book out there that compares but there definitely should be more.
It's a short book so the whole thing had me laughing.
Despite not being a big fan of Steve Jobs the person, I couldn't help but be fascinated by his success which drove me to listen to this book. I was impressed by the book's candor and recommend this as a good listen.
I listened to this book and tbh, I could not finish it. I think there's just too much fluff in here for my liking. I'm sure other people will like this book and think it's a valuable resource but it's just not for me.
I first saw the movie and then decided to read the book. The book was even better than the movie. The narrators rocked!
I would only recommend this book to a friend if they were in need of help with public speaking.
Solid. Crips. Smooth.
Love the self-help books. Keep them coming.
The story was great. The narration was great. What's not to love about it!
Tina Fey brings her unique sense of comedy to the table which can be heard through her narration.
It depends. I wouldn't be opposed to it but subject matter is more important to me.
Again, I think the subject matter would probably matter to me more than the author at this point.
Informative. Solid. Smooth.
I listened to this book in hopes of getting more organized since I had just started a new job and was greeted with a flood of information. This book preaches a certain methodology which requires all steps to done in order to succeed. I found it interesting to listen to all the steps/techniques but I knew most of them and I'm not ready to wholly subscribe to this process. The content was pretty good and the narration was pretty standard.
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