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Publisher's Summary

If you can relate to the expression "Life is five percent what happens to us and 95 percent how we respond", look no further! This irreverent new audiobook will explain how to turn your encounters with idiots into learning experiences. Here are 10 easy steps to building relationships and finishing strong in life. You'll discover the true definition of "idiot" and why it refers to a person's behavior rather than the individual, how to identify if you are an idiot, why ignoring idiots won't make them go away, preventative actions you can take to deflect idiot attacks, and how to deal with them once and for all!
© and (P)2006 Tate Publishing and Enterprises LLC

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  • Scott
  • Green Bay, WI, USA
  • 07-07-07

Disjointed

From the somewhat irrelevant stories to the poor voice talent, this audio book left me none the wiser. It does make a few points along the way, but doesn’t present any “aha” moments. Even when it gets close to presenting an original idea the chapter ends.

The reading itself was difficult to listen to because of the obvious edits, choppy reading style and slurred speech. The whole thing came off as an undergraduate college project.

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not very good

A lot of words that do not say much. Needs to be developed further. ()