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I find lectures grab me if the immersion stars early. I didn't read the print but i can say that If i had read it i would not have made it to the point to which it was rewarding.
The personal journey.
His approach to reach out to every one came at a price to me. Voice wise he was fine but his drawn out efforts to support all of his information after chapter 11 wore on me. In saying that; It was very worth my time after that.
It would have to be a collection of skits of how we all see things differently. Some what like the award winning " Traffic " the movie, but on a wider and different spectrum.
Stick it out until chapter 11.The tone and enjoyment take off from there and makes the journey worth it. Had it started at 11 I would have given it a greater rating.
Yes. The depth of the storyline, action, fantasy, energy are more than enough to keep me hooked for a least the next 20 years.
I would have to say all the extras and how they fit in to the puzzle so nicely.
With the exception of one or two characters (not significant ones) he did very well.
The reflection chapters of main character ad credence to the story's depth.
I'm a fan of evolutionary psychology, science, and science fiction so this movie to book adaptation was on my entertainment listening list.
Enemy Mind. It's a classic self reflection look that forces you to face your own actions as seen through an others eyes.
No spoilers from me.
It was a fun ride with more depth than expected.
Movie to book writes are normals not this well written. This one did well and i would suggest it to any fantasy or science fiction fans.
long enriching listen
The evaluation of the Egyptian pathos.
It would have taken me much longer to make it threw.
No way. The span of time in each chapter is great. A pause to reflect on them; in hind sight, is suggested.
I know it would be a separate course all together and to trying to break it down would be an enormous task. However; I would have enjoyed a greater look in to Asian history.
The PDF and references more than equip you for the road ahead. I would suggest listening the second time and bookmarking the areas of interest.
The results of the science after implementation.
Well spoken and keeps your interest with his tone.
The amount of sugar in whole wheat bread that's thought to be healthy.
You are what you eat, Genetically modified doesn't mean better The book "Grain brain" fills the over all body effect that this waist line specific book does not address. In stating this It is very important to read/listen to them both. I started a diet and vitamin program after I read them both. I have struggled with my wait for the last 5 years. I exercise 3 to 5 days a week. Nothing has helped me loose my waist. To test the science i did nothing for two and a half weeks at the gym ( I wanted to see what diet and vitamins alone would do). I did the one day fast and started the vitamins and diet set up in the books. I lost just over 20 pounds in 19 days. I really didn't believe it would work much less in the time that it did. I'm also much less hungry than I was even after reimplementation of my work out program."TRY IT" Before you dismiss the science.
Top 10 so far on the enlightenment scale. My personal favorite Highlights: The History and evolution of Algorithms, our high level of dependency on them, organ donor data optimization threw them.
I have an understanding of how they are a possible tool for wonderful things as well as bad. The old story goes, " You don't go after the hammer store if someone uses it in a crime or for ill purpose." It's how the tool is used that will define it's value to our future.
The tone and pace worked well with my listening routine.
The move from Wall Street cash cow band wagons, to do thinks that mattered to society was refreshing to here about.
I enjoyed the journey.
The migration, multitude of divers cultures influence on one another, accurate time lines of cultural integrations, European influences on society. The most enjoyable being Naming and separating these groups (Nations) to an extent that you can make sense of the orgy of events,peoples,and locations, to provide a deeper understanding of our true history's.
Never ready anything quite like this. It stands apart.
Native American and french influences on our culture.
The depth and range of this book is staggering. With out a background in history the speed at witch the information is put at you can be daunting. I would suggest listening to it at least 2 times. The second of witch should be taken in bites. All in all i was enlightened and pleased.
Yes. Good back ground and versed in multicultural ethics and practice.
Toyota factory walk through was great.
Over all enlightening
It made me aware of how we as society with proper steps, strong management, and implementation of the Good jobs Strategy can improve our lives. Everyone would benefit from this.
At times some topics seemed repetitive. I would point out with all the variations, strategy's, and multitude of examples this was hard to avoid. She did a good job of putting it all together. I enjoyed the narration as well.
Yes. It stands out from the herd.
Yes. I would exhaust there Pod casts between books as well.
I enjoyed there pod cast.
A brief look in to books based off of evolutionary psychology can greatly add to this reading experience.I like to start with the basics before i look too deep into anything. All in all I was left wanting more....and with the pod cast I was very pleased to get just that.
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