I didn't read the print edition. I have a 2 year old and a teenager and full-time work etc. It's difficult to take the time to read print editions--although I would consider buying it.
Yes, it's on par. I loved the fact that it wasn't abridged! He has a fantastically soothing voice so I enjoy him doing his own audiobooks unlike some well known authors/teachers that don't narrate their own books.
No, it's too long, but I listened to it for prolonged periods at a time.
I really enjoyed his writing style. At first I was thrown off with how he'd talk about his childhood and then about him in his 20s, and then back to a teen. But it really reinforced my understanding and the relevancy of his experiences. He really did weave a tapestry of his life. I highly recommend this audiobook!
I don't know. He ranted and raved and was very annoying in the abridged version. I don't remember the actual audio CD (unabridged) version being like this from years ago. The book should be offered in the unabridged version NOT abridged. It terrible. All t his book was was him giving his opinions and talking down to the reader. He didn't offer many helpful tips or recommendations. There were some good nuggets and I think the premise behind what he's saying is great--the delivery made it really hard to listen. I didn't finish the book and removed it from my phone. I'd send it back if I could.
Not from Mr. Ramsey. Between he and Suze Orman, she wins HANDS DOWN!
Suze Orman, but the material/content is better.
Add actual advice, recommendations. NOT talking down to people like a bad infomercial.
I think Dave Ramsey is a good financial expert, but this audiobook was not a good example of that. I wish I could've finished it, but I refused to use my precious time driving home listening to him being angry.
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