The Art of Human Chess: A Study Guide to Winning is a masterpiece. Its intended purpose is to teach the science of winning, giving the ordinary person on the streets and the person fresh out of college a chance to compete with the ruthless sharks in today's marketplace. This book is for those who choose to win in all walks of life. It is guaranteed to give yourself an edge on your competitors, making you the ultimate human chess player.
©2015 Kenneth Ivy (P)2015 Kenneth Ivy
knowledge is power
Seems to me he read all the books mentioned such as the 48 laws and the art of war , then added some stories from personal experience. ok. But I checked some of the people mentioned and he's making them bigger than they are. I did still enjoy as it did have some good advice...but overall it was just ok.
I just like to read good books that help with personal growth. hmu on FB: Trae Dungy
You get different info from reading and listening to books. The narrator was on point. The music set the tone while I listened in my car too.
I liked the personal stories and the way in witch they play out.
He was lively energetic and conveyed the points to Human Chess well.
Your either playing the game or getting played.
Great job, Applause for the author and the production team for uping the quality of audio books.
i am impressed by the way that this book was put together. there is a lot of knowledge and wisdom outlined to help you grow to your fullest potential. And if you really pay attention and peep the game underneath the surface that is layed out for us all to hear you can see the multi level strategic moves and a master plan to take this author to another social level and also help the ones lucky enough to have read it. It is truly inspirational and motivational.
What great insight and references to the game that's being played whether you want to or not. In addition we were exposed to the all time greats who ever played the game, their exact moves and how we can all benefit by acknowledging their strategies and moves in action. If this book doesn't make you excited about the game of life, the art of human chess and how to win.. then what will?
GAME at its finest. Thank you Pimpin' Ken.
Play to WIN!
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