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No, not unless it was on accident.
Yes most definitely. It has made me question all audiobooks offered by Audible.
Of course it had a few good points but spent much of the time talking about coping with difficult coworkers not management/boss or clients. It repeated much of the same information over and over. I felt as if the book could have been better accomplished in 20 minutes not 2+ hours.
Not sure if there is anything that could make this book a higher rating.
No redeeming qualities.
I love travel, history, murder mysteries and marketing. I listen to audible books and podcasts instead of listening to music.
I think the author meant for you to find your situation and read that particular one. When you listen to many situations (mean people, tricky people, depressed people, loud people, etc.), 90% of the words sounds exactly the same. It seemed like there were only 2-3 sentences that were different between the various scenarios.
There didn't seem to be many stories. I have the book Coping with Difficult People (different author) and that one is filled with stories and interesting descriptions of your co-workers (snipers, sherman tanks, exploders, etc.)
There are 3 chapters in this audiobook. I have only listened to the first chapter and can do no more...
Add some stories. The first chapter is just generalizations. and general advise about being respectful and careful in your communications. (examples would be helpful and make it less boring.)
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