This audiobook will show you how to do the same in your organization and your life. Although most of us aren't aware of it, we have a future that's already been written. Our future is written by hopes, fears, dreams, expectations, and decisions made about life. In the same way, organizations have futures written by history, circumstances, culture, aspirations, successes, and failures. These already-written futures determine and shape the level of performance that's possible for individuals and organizations. Authors Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan crack the code on rewriting the future for people and organizations, elevating performance to unprecedented levels.
©2009 Steve Zaffron and Dave Logan; (P)2009 Gildan Media Corp
No but that would be because I am new to audio books and tend to prefer written word. I would say it is just as good as the print version.
Hearing about the first law.....I really hadn't considered how integral our views are to the actual events in our lives.
No, I have not
Clear, insightful, practical
How the theory and stories enhanced eachother and made the point clear and practical for me, the reader/listener.
It is a very moving book. How people create new futures which otherwise would not have happend and are being fulfilled by the proces of creating and walking the path to the new future.
Worth your time!
The book is instrumental in describing the consequences of not obtaining employee and stake holder "buy-in". As well, the authors use great real life story descriptions of what success looks like when properly applying the three laws in conjunction.
This book covers the distinctions of landmark education well. A good resource to have to listen to from time to time for graduates of the curriculm for living.
Made it more readable. Very Herky-Jerky both with it's timeline and thought process. It would have been nice, for example, if they had clearly stated the 3 laws; they NEVER did, not once. I was always loosely described in a sentence and differently each time.
Maybe, if I thought they weren't in touch with reality.
Loosened up. Very rigid, sounds like he's reading it for the first time. I have this problem with a lot of Audible Narrators. You wouldn't think it'd be that hard to get someone to just read a book nice and evenly.
Dear god, no, unless they were trying to anesthetize the audience.
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