This is a very interesting book that changes the way you think about how you live your life. Mike Chamberlain does a superb job reading the book to us. It really makes the book sing. I enjoy reading novels and I'm not sure I would've read this book but having it read to me by Mr. Chamberlain was truly enjoyable.
For a book labeled as a self improvement book, there is very little information that one can use to actually improve their life: only a twenty minute appendix at the end about not eating a chocolate chip cookie. Random events skewed as events to support conclusions about habits.
This was a great book. Whether you are interested for personal growth, as an entrepreneur, or are a sports nut, this book offers relatable example and stories. It did seem that the author struggled with concluding the book, but it was nothing more then an awkward finish to a good book.
The narrator was easily the most difficult part of this book. he would be great for a children's book but not this. his inflection and animation was painful. The content was a little long winded and could be a lot shorter. but, I guess then the book wouldn't have as much value? when it did get to the meat it was interesting. The information of value and tricks on how to build different habits were helpful. if it also included information regarding scalability on a larger, or logistical level, then that would have made the business title aspect more relevant. if there was a way to train or program groups of people outside of ads and commercials, like in mentorship role or more examples of mid-level managers that oversee a small team, that would have been great too. the only scaled examples were from the perspective of people in positions of power and not someone stuck in the middle.