United States | Member Since 2011
Yes I would. Very informative and exposes the listener to things going on that impact your life that you know nothing about and no way to offset it. It provides very useful info regarding nearly every aspect of your life. The narrator/professor speaks in layman term. Very pleasant to listen to.
Yes and No. This is a great book regardless of how you get the information. Most important is to get this information that develops yourself, organization, and your team. Provides endless examples of team approach, how to get the best out of yourself and others, how to prepare for whatever you want to accomplish. This is a well put together book.
The UltimateTeam for Progress
This book applies management 101 principles coupled with science and easy approaches to change the world one incremental change at a time. One of the most structured books i've listened to in a while.
How it exposes so many things that surround us.
The useful info.
America---Gotta Love Us
Author was a pleasure to hear and content was very useful
It's a free book but shouldn't be. It is well worth any price. This book will change how you see everything from how grocery stores advertise to the annoying automated prompt that ask you about upgrading before you can hear a human voice when all you want to do is talk to tech support about a none functioning product.
Both I would consider both great.
Yes and in addition to that once every 6 months. It's that impactful.
Must have for those that want self development.
Not within my top 20.
It gives you different angles to see life and to achieve success through odds you may not recognize that are to your advantage.
No. First and most likely the last one. I may have messed up by reading the reviews by the critics prior to listening to this book---the did this book bad.
The opening regarding David & Goliath scenario.
Many valid points but seems to come from a twisted mind.
This book ranks within my top 5.
The New Jim Crow--Karen Chilton
How an inner city kid can develop into a neuroscientist.
This book tells the true story of drugs and black youth. Eye opening and told very well.
No. The author voice becomes a little annoying after a bit with his comical tone he presents through most of the book. As the book professes and the author provides more substance he shifts to a somewhat more serious tone.
The structure the author/narrator creates regarding cost savings.
A lot. Cost savings and looking for easier inexpensive ways to complete task rather at hoe or at work. For those that don't know the technical jargon of LEAN he makes it very easy to understand for all.
Upbeat book worth giving a listen.
Yes. Very useful information regarding constancy without all the technical jargon. Story is told seamlessly.
Very enthusiastically told and a great listen. Too much secondary noise. Many times the author stumbles over a word and other unsightly noises as well. The content is powerful enough to deal with it.
No matter how much self development courses or books you've had this one still is a breath of fresh air and some info you've not heard before.
At first I was fearful of getting this book from fear of it coming from a dark place than could be mood altering. That was not the case. The narrator voice is a pleasure to hear and yet captures the intensity that's needed for the subject manner.
None I've had before.
No I have not.
I didn't but it raised my awareness of an epidemic that I was completely unaware of.
No matter how determined you are to live until a greater being takes us away it is important to get this useful info that could possible help someone else's life. Provides a chronological picture of the evolution of suicide.
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