It's possible of having a few insights on the investment styles of this "audiobook"(although I have great difficulty of seeing it as a complete book, because it is so short), the essays are really to quick to deliver the depth required for the useful appliance on the hard practice of financial practice.
Not from the same publishers.
A bit too fast.
Because of the above reasons.
If it was based on the much longer, original version of "17 keys to Success", it would have been excellent. I bought thinking it was the same unabridged, but not at all!
It was good.
The author was able to make an efficient and pertinent selection of "practical strategies"for achieving flow and fullfilment in life and at work.
Although most aspects and researches presented I had seen elsewhere (for exemple, most principles have a direct relation with Martin Seligman's research on positive psychology), the overall work of synthesis and presentation is very good. I recommend.
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