Can we bring more meaning to our lives and help change the world at the same time? Richard Branson, at his brilliant and motivating best, reveals how with his exciting new vision for the future. It is time to turn capitalism upside down - to shift our values, to switch from a profit focus to caring for people, communities, and the planet. With inspiration for everyone, Screw Business as Usual shows how easy it is for both businesses and individuals to embark on a whole new way of doing things - solving major problems and turning our work into something we both love and are proud of.
©2011 Sir Richard Branson (P)2012 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd, published in the UK by Random House Audiobooks
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I am a fan of Mr Branson and what he stands for. I enjoyed his original autobiography in paperback form some years ago. So was eager to listen to this latest issue.
For me and no offence to Adrian Mulraney the narrator but I find his style impossible to listen to as much as I have tried. For me a narration if not by the author should reflect the style of Mr Branson, a listener should almost be able to hear and feel it's Mr Branson saying it. But this narration seems at complete odds with Mr. Branson's style and makes me feels its not coming from him.
Disappointment is not the word!
I did listen to the sample before purchase which did not have the same effect.
"Good for a robot"
Good Book, with, in my opinion an essential business message. However, It sounds like it was recorded by an automated robot, which drives you mad from start to finish. I almost gave up a few times because of it
"Good, but heard it before"
Well written and entertaining, with some powerful messages. However, if you have read any of RB's other books, you may have heard most of it before
"Dreadful choice of voice to narrate a Richard Branson book"
A more boring and dull narration I don't think is possible. Couldn't listen although I do enjoy books by this author.
"Philanthropy at its humblest"
Well narrated and you can just picture Richard Branson writing it. Not sure it's a business book, but it does tell the story that business and philanthropy are great partners.
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