No - unless they were deeply spiritual and could sit, uninterrupted, and really get into the story, it is too deep and too long winded.
not in this genre of book
it was quite boring - didn't capture me at all
don't know - couldn't finish it
I use audio books because i am short of time, so i make the most of my time in the car - this book is FAR too deep and doesn't follow in a straight line - i had trouble trying to stay with them and understand what they were talking about, and why. For anyone spiritual and able to sit quietly and listen to it, it may be ok. in which case, i'd say buy the book.
For an audio book, not suitable.
Yes, if they were in a place where they needed a morale booster
We're not perfect, but that's what makes us who we are - instead of looking at the negative side of things, we need to look at the strengths that are created from these.
This is nothing new. But when i was in a place emotionally where i needed to hear it, somehow it was delivered in a way that wasn't condescending, nor repetitive. It somehow stuck wth me, and really helped me to see how strong i can be.
Not for me, however im sure it would be for women in parts of the world where this is relevant.
Personally i found this book was quite irrelevant for my part of the world (Australia). The relationships between men and women that the author talks about is a bit outdated here. Although i am sure there may be some businesses where this stuff still goes on, perhaps in Sydney, however i personally have worked in the corporate world in Melbourne & QLD and have not experienced the level of "men VS women" to the extent that the author discusses (of course it's there, just not to the level discussed in the book). I didn't listen past about 20 minutes as i really took nothing from it. Again, this is not to say the author is wrong or didn't do a great job - just wasn't helpful to me.
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