In my opinion, audio is always better than print because I can listen while I'm doing daily tasks. This may be a book that I go back to in the future and would be nice to have in print for that reason alone. However, I don't think it's the type that you feel like you need to have it in front of you to comprehend.
The thing I liked the most about this book was the new perspective it gave me about why I hold certain beliefs and value certain things. I liked the fresh take on entrepreneurship and the encouragement to add value and innovate. I also appreciated the notion of daring to dream big.
I liked the way Pejman brings up real-life examples who demonstrate the characteristics of each circle to better personify them.
To dream big and always question WHY. To work towards a place of third circle fulfillment .
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