Ever seen a ghost? Do you want to? For beginners to advanced ghost hunters! Explore this new and practical guide to investigate the paranormal using dynamic project management techniques. Eighty-five percent of the adventure is front-end loaded before you execute. Plus an in-depth overview of the paranormal world and what you need to know to get started.
This is a fun-filled book using easy techniques such as a Charter, Gantt Chart, and Risk Matrix to conduct a risk-free, scientific adventure. Plus, it orients you to the business world with the tools of Project Management. This book a win-win guide that works in your ghost hunts, your business life, and your personal life.
This is a map to more than Ghost Hunting. The Ghost Hunting Guide will prove especially helpful when building that deck or taking on one of those HGTV fix-up projects that would make Mike Holmes proud - done right with no rework.
©2011 Dean Russell (P)2012 David Wilson
Walker has a whiskey soaked baritone that works well with the material. Russell adds science to a an otherwise superstitious arena.
Comingling the science of quality audits with supernatural investigation makes for an intersesting experience.
As a narrator, Walker turns the intricacies of quality management into enjoyable listening.
Dr. Russell has introduced a systemic approach to a chaotic field. Utilizing the tools of quality auditing, common sense and logic to investigate the paranormal is a novel approach to an increasingly popular pursuit of entertainment. Dr. Russell's theories and practices could be easily applied to any sort of investigative endeavor.
There are those that just want to experience a ghost others want to hunt them. Well a good ghost hunt take planning unless you are into baiting them to appear and that can be dangerous even for the most experience ghost hunter.
All good books need a voice that will bring you into the moment. Chase does it with ease and keeps you there.
The ideas and tools Dr. Russell put out there were great.
The usefullness of team management in Ghost Hunting
Chase Walker has an excellent voice for this. It keeps you captivated.
Can't wait to see the next one.
Yes, approached as a basic fun scientific approach to ghost hunting. Has examples of how to write a ghost hunt Charter (the plan.) How to schedule the hunt (Gantt Chart) and how to utilize a Risk Matrix. Finally recycling the knowledge so the same mistakes don't repeat themselves in the Lessons Learned/Post Mortem. Its kind of a check-yourself, before you wreck-yourself approach.
If you like Sam Elliot's type of vocals then this is for you. I thought is was perfect for the material.
How to plan a ghost hunt. The front-end loading of the hunt.
The author doesn't give any real infromation about ghost hunting, he talks a lot about how to organize a good group of people to go ghost hunting, but then doesn't say a think about the actual ghost hunt and what should go on in one. I know the book is short, but seriously? Their is no substance what so ever. The narration was good, but that's the only thing. Don't waste your time/money.
Writer of Words and Painter of Paint
This is like listening to some old geezer at a bar who's finally crossed the line into "one too many" and it's totally boring.
Had the thought to write this book. Killed that thought and written a totally other book.
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