The reader reminds me of an old radio program, in how he introduces the story and then tells it. It was a wonderful way of presenting this information. Absolutely loved it!
I thought this book was about a successful restaurantuer discussing the restaurant business, cooking and food. The first-two hours, the author spends almost all of her time talking about how her father started a bank, which became one of the biggest in the area, then how he created the restaurant scene in Boston. How her mother raised her kids to be highly educated, successful and want big homes. How she traveled the world with her family, spent time on her families Sail boats and eventually got her own Sail boat. How her sister was a competitive skater blah blah blah. Very little was spent talking about restaurants or food. This was like a book to brag about her families wealth, status and success. It was so self-focused, gloating and too much effort trying to influence the listener about how successful she and her family is. Gave up after 2 ½ hours and returned the audio book!
I have listened to this audio book 3-times already. Amazing!
Intelligent Investor, Rich Dad Poor Dad
Great story teller, brought the book together perfectly.
Learned how markets really work, especially price action and compounding.
This is a book for seasoned and beginner investors. Will cover all aspects of investing, giving you a complete picture of wall street and the different types of investments. Hope he publishes a second book!
I love math, but the author speaks so quickly that i get lost following his discussion of various investment formulas. After 3-hours of listening, seems like most of this audio book focuses on financial math and formulas; not investments.
It covers a broad range of challenges facing startups, and offers valuable insight. It discusses founder challenges, funding, structuring etc.
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