I loved the feeling I got listening to the story and trying to capture how the characters felt in different situations.
The story from rags to riches to rags...all though not exactly. But I liked how the story evolved and it was fun to hear about how a few guys with an idea made a profitable business.
High stakes, high flying, pure enjoyment!
No, unless they have 35+hours to spare.
Yes, but it depends on the person and length of the story.
Yes, think more about my inner scorecard.
No I can't sit that long in one spot.
Interesting to learn more about Amazon and Jeff Bezos.
If you don't get up in the morning to workout at the gym and are jumping out of bed to rush to work this could be a decent book for you.
Something to do with business, finance, or a bio.
Not sure I don't know the narrator scene.
I was hoping for discussions with more successful CEO's about their mornings. I didn't feel like there was enough analysis of the morning activities of a CEO or many statistics to prove any of the analysis. I think this is an interesting topic but for me it fell way short of my expectations.
To learn the background stories of the iPod, iPhone, iPad and other Apple products.
Realizing that Steve was super passionate about creating great products.
Anyone who likes technology and business, regardless of your taste for Apple products, should listen/read this bio. I have been an Android user from the beginning and pushed back on purchasing Apple products but after listening to Steve's bio I am now more likely to buy an Apple product. Steve's main goal was to take technology and all of its complexities and develop simple, easy to use products for everyday people. I very much appreciate his ability to develop great products and continually set the bar for the industries in which Apple participated. I applaud his efforts and accomplishments as he merged technology and liberal arts so wonderfully.
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