Told in far too aggressive manner and is just a new version of an old story told with different words.
I dont like reading books that can be better conveyed in a simple powerpoint presentation, supportted by a small training program. I do appreciate people who may not be well versed in sales, marketing and distribution getting some value out of this book, but to a seasoned sales person, it offered no new insights and it did not get me excited at all.
The best salespeople have always been, and always will be, those who are genuinely interested in people. Full stop. All the rest is pure common sense.
Absolutely. Very relevant to anyone trying to garner how the future may play out. Suggest readers also read ABUNDANCE - The Future is Better than you Think, as it offers a more positive aspect to this story.
I bought this book for my young son. He loved the interview, but hated the story, as he believed he already had the key information from the interview.
No. This killed it for me
This is a childs story. Get a child story teller to convey it in a manner that opens a childs mind to the fabric of the story "in their brains", not an adults.
Content is there, It is lost in the delivery.
The book offered no insights that I did not already know. I found it very frustrating.
I found this book did not captures the digital reality, rarther it is something I would expect from a research company that learns about the real world through hindsight garnered through consultancy; to address problems that fast moving companies learn through fast, immediate, mistake led action. A book for those of the big corporate past.
Communicated in the manner of a consultatnt, rather than someone who actually lives the reality of the digital moment.
hard to convey such a poorly constructed piece of fiction
In such a story the author should be compelled to tell the reader up front what they are trying to convey. I felt completely misled and ripped off by this poor story of fiction.
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