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No. Once you know the story ...
Gene Simmons sexual life was "unusual".
Having Gene reading the book brings lots of energy and credibility.
The ups and downs of Ace Frehley.
At a certain point I became tired of having Gene Simmons as the cleverest guy in the room. Looks like everything he did was successful and he never has had fear nor frustrations.He hasn't put much importance to the fact that the make-up and the "evil figure" inevitably defined the existence of the band. But who cares? They sold over 80 million albums and played over 2,000 shows to millions of loyal fans !
A good book. Simple, anf easy to listen.
Although analogies are great, the author could be more direct to explore certain insights .
I don't think so. I had no "Aha moment", inspiration nor new insights listening to this one.
Ninja Innovation: The Killer Strategies of Successful Businesses by Gary Shapiro
A good narator although sometimes sounded monotone.
No. All the stories he used has already been well told: Henry Ford, Speedo Shark, Wright brothers, Great Train Robbery, etc
John Pollack touches the subject from a superficial perspective. Most of the examples he uses are bonded the American culture, dismissing a broad anthropological (universal) view.
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