Yes, the audio book had not just an educational approach, but involved an emotional touch, making anyone who listens to it understand the different approaches possible with your co-workers whom you don't feel working with.
The best part of the story was the enumeration of the factors to work on with. It is a very good reflector audio book. It opens minds that there are multiple possible reasons why these kind of problems arise and how you have to deal with it. It also shares a very good point that sometimes, we over-think. We often put blame to other people when in fact, it could be us, poisoning the relationship ourselves without noticing.
No, this is my first time. Narration sounds good and clear.
Yes, I understand there are other books that bores you but this one, sends out a very good message towards listeners. This factor alone can make you sit down and take a little time to reflect on yourself.
The audio book spreads out very important messages. Most of us are probably suffering from this case one way or another, and had lived some time in our lives with guilt or hatred. This is normal as we all enter a 'competition' especially in workplaces. But being stuck with someone you don't want to work with is something you don't want to ruin your focus. These interference usually break down your mental thinking and you'll end up losing your job. Thanks so much for elaborating ways on how to deal with such. More powers and cheers to more good audio/eBooks ahead!
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