History's greatest men and minds - Epicurus, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Sun Tzu, Seneca, Beaudelaire, Sir Francis Bacon, George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, and Winston Churchill chime in during this lighthearted look at etiquette, health, fitness, culture, the arts, sports, the good life, wine, women and song.
©2006 Anthony Leccisi (P)2008 Trout Lake Media
Very well narrated! Great wisdom it was worth it.
He brought both his balls on the in your face tough love advice and slapped you in the face with the language
The voice of the narrator was so bothering. It was like a rollercoaster. At the beginning of a sentence you barely hear anything and at the end the voice almost destroys your ear-drum. Was he trying to emulate the voice of an alpha male? If so, it is a big fail! This is not the voice of an alpha male but of a bully. James Bond has the voice of an alpha male: clear, calm and confident voice.
If the contents would have been great, I could forgive the voice, but it was not. Most of the advices in this book are very superficial and will not lead you to a better life
Yes so much useful tips on how to live
All of it
Very good book the reading is great I just love it
"Excellent! But suddenly short!"
Alec Sands reading and tone of voice is so fresh! Many audiobooks are read in the same boring tone of voice, but "The Alpha Male Guide" will really strike a chord with you! Paul Beck does not beat around the bush - He is clear, direct, and blunt (which makes the read both funny and bold!)
My only complaint is that it seems to be a little cut short. Don't get me wrong, it's a good few hours, but there is not closure or ending to it, as if it continues in another part? Odd, but forgivable.
I loved the pacing of the book. He covers lots of topics, and knows just the right time to change topics without it getting boring or predictable, thus keeping the grand quality intact. Fast paced for easy reading.
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