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The Art of Asking
- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help
- By: Amanda Palmer, Brené Brown (foreword)
- Narrated by: Amanda Palmer
- Length: 11 hrs and 27 mins
In The Art of Asking, Palmer expands upon her popular TED talk to reveal how ordinary people, those of us without thousands of Twitter followers and adoring fans, can use her principles in our own lives to "let people help".
Reading it in your own voice would be missing out
- By Tzachi on 10-16-15
CLICKBATE Title. Don't Waste Your Time or Money.
I tried listening to this whole book but couldn't because it was very disappointing to find out that it's simply an autobiography that doesn't discuss the many ways that "asking" has moved Amanda forward in her life or career.
The first chapter was ok but the story goes downhill from there if you're looking for this book to offer what the title and book summary says it's about.
Another thing that was disappointing (for those of you who are actually interested in listening to her autobiography) is the fact that she was extremely hard to hear a lot of times. She mumbles A LOT and it's very annoying not to be be able to hear the author during an audiobook. At first, I kept rewinding it, then I got annoyed and just turned it off altogether.
In my opinion: Not worth it. Save your coins and spend them somewhere else.
Very dissatisfying and disappointing. I want a refund and I'd like my time back.
P.S. Excuse any typos; I used a phone to write this review.
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