The Art of War is the most famous and longest-lasting book on the practice of war. The book does not mince words: war is about winning; it is not a gentleman's game; it is about using every means at one's disposal to tip the odds in one's favor. Of the centuries, this book has been used by military figures, war departments, business people, educators, and politicians, to name a few. This is the original work without additional editorial comment.
"Too quick and dirty"
This audiobook uses a flash card system to teach new and renewing drivers what they need to know in order to pass the CDL as well as be better drivers. Listeners can use this to study while driving or at home. The book was suggested by a long-distance driver, Nathan Huckaby, who needed an audiobook to help him refresh his memory for his latest renewal test.
This audiobook was created based on Michael Porter's landmark book Competitive Strategy. This was Mr. Porter's synopsis of his book for the Harvard Business Review.
"Tough to listen to this one"
>Walking is not as well known as Thoreau's other works Walden, The Maine Woods, and Civil Disobedience. But it is a good place to start exploring his writing because it was his last book, in 1862, published by the Atlantic Monthly shortly after his death. It is less well known because it is general, as opposed to singular, in focus. It is his summing up of his thoughts on life: One should saunter through life and take notice; one need not go far.
"Brief transcendental ditty; amateurish narration"
This audiobook was created based on Clayton Christensen's landmark book The Innovator's Dilemma. This was Mr. Christensen's synopsis of his book for the Harvard Business Review. The audio tracks listed here cover the key elements of Mr. Christensen's book. This audiobook emphasizes the Idea in Brief "Does my organization have the right resources, processes, values, and team to innovate?" Then it covers the right structure for your specific type of innovation.
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Immigration Naturalization Test covers all the questions examiners can ask you about orally in the test. This is a multipart test that requires considerable knowledge in the various areas. This is also a perfect audiobook for civics classes in grade and high schools to prep students for what is important to know as an American citizen. Repetition is the mother of learning, so listening many times will only make you do better on your test.
"Great study guide"
Plato's Allegory of the Cave is what many believe to be the foundation of Western Philosophy. It addresses what is visible and invisible, seen and observed versus intuited and imagined, and what is public versus private and just versus unjust. It also concerns the meaning and importance of education, the state of the soul, the conflict between truth and beauty, animal urges versus higher aspirations, knowledge versus ignorance, and on and on.
In less than 60 minutes of listening to this audiobook, you will have heard the original United States Constitution. To improve your understanding of the Constitution, we have included original readings and commentary related to this subject, such as the drafting and ratification of the Constitution, the historical influences on the Constitution, and the Anti-Federalists.
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This title describes how the fourth age, unregulated populism, took over from third age, regulated populism from FDR to Obama, and how the Democrats need to focus on not going out of business like the Federalists and Whigs.
The Farewell Address is perhaps the most important document in American history, providing a vision for the future of America and her leaders. The background and history of it are as important as listening to the complete address itself.
Maggie: A Girl of the Streets is a ground breaking novel relating to the precarious state of women in the new industrial world at the end of the 19th century. One blemish on a reputation and a woman would often be banned from her house, subject to earning her living on the streets, and often dying young as Maggie does.
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Goleman was the first to identify emotional intelligence as a critical factor in leadership performance and success. He wrote about this succinctly in his best selling book, Emotional Intelligence. His Harvard Business Review (HBR) article is the first identifying and analyzing specifically how emotional intelligence is a critical factor in management success and CEO performance.
"Worst narration ever"
With an average of 3,000 new startups in America per day, how do you find and close the right deal? Learn the art of Angel Investing in only 60 minutes of conversation and instruction by the author of The Entrepreneur's Guide. (He helped bring American Power Conversion public in 1988, a company that recently sold for $6.1 billion.)
"to the point , easy to understand , i liked it !!"
Mark Twain's marvelous short work relating how to tell a story - an American story that is humorous, not comic as the British or witty as the French. The work also includes four marvelous but little-known essays: "The Wounded Soldier", "The Golden Arm", "Mental Telegraphy", and "The Invalid's Story". Canadian listeners will particularly enjoy "Mental Telegraphy", set in Quebec.
This book describes how the Republicans can maximize their surging majorities in the states and federal government.
Dr. Johnson was the great wit of his age and all ages. He is as widely quoted today as in his time. He had the most pity and appropriate comments of any man of any age. All contained herein.
This three-hour audiobook will let you learn and review the core elements of criminal procedure, which apply in most states and local districts, as well. Morton covers the eight important areas: the fourth amendment, statesments, confessions, identifications, pretrial procedure, the sixth amendment, post trial, prisoner and juvenile rights, double jeopardy, and procedural considerations, and the criminal defendant. A must-listen for every law student, lawyer, and people interested in the law or involved in legal cases.
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Five of his best titles shortened by him for Harvard Business Review: "The Effective Executive", "Discipline of Innovation based on Innovation and Entrepreneurship", "Theory of the Business", "What Executives Should Remember", and "What Only the CEO Can Do".
"Great book, Monotone narration."
"The Open Boat" is considered Stephen Crane's finest work and one of the great short stories of all time. The story begins with four men in an open boat, subject to the vagaries of the sea after their ship went down. The Captain, though injured, retains control over the boat and its occupants by force of habit and uncanny skills. In this trial, he proves his worth, putting his men first, guiding them at every step of the way.
This audiobook provides a general approach to leveraging tech to be more effective, profitable, and have a better life. It provides general principles as well as specific things to do. Best audiobook on the subject and will make you money right away.