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Instead, we have already read The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and pulled out some of the best ideas, insights and take-away points to give you a comprehensive chapter-by-chapter summary and review in an engaging and easily digestible format. In doing so, unfortunately we do not have the space to discuss all of the many important ideas and anecdotes found in the book. To get it all, you need to order the full book. This concise summary and review works best as an unofficial study guide or companion to read alongside this important book.
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I was hoping to have something a little more engaging, but the narrator is downright robotic. Self help books and summaries should have some feeling behind them.
Maybe, we'll see how I feel next time I want a summary.
Very robotic. No feeling in it.
Honestly, I listened to maybe 5 minutes of it. Couldn't even take the rest.
Several of the "chapters" in this summary are just marketing for other products. More real content would be needed to take this anywhere beyond 1 or 2 stars. Apart from that, it simply confirms my worst impressions of the self-help genre.
This review is exceptionally shallow. It does not present any arguments from the book (which I assume are there) - almost only reads the chapter headlines and sales pitches aloud.
There are no characters. The question does not apply.
Again, no scenes. The review is so short, that I would have cut nothing. Additional material was needed for me to get much out of this.
We are studying this book in a book club format at work. Members of the class have been invited by the CFO and are future stars of the company. As the HR Administrator I have been included in the class. I love how we are able to take 2 hours each week and discuss the book, how it relates to our jobs, and how it relates to our lives. Excellent motivational material.
I enjoy all of the life relating stories Stephen adds to his book. I can relate personally and professionally.
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