What are a few of your greatest goals in life? To slim down? To take in more revenue? To be in your dream vocation? To assemble your own business? Would you love to live in abundance? To be in the best health? To find your life mate? To have a loving household? For any of these goals, have you ever experienced the resolve to accomplish it, commit resources toward it, work at it for an long time period, only to have it flop finally? Being intertwined in a ceaseless cycle of setting the goal and attempting to accomplish it, but never quite reaching it? At this point in time, you feel heartsick. You reconcile that you're not meant to accomplish this goal and choose to center your energy on something else... Well, help is here in this book.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Goal to be better than the print version?
I picked this up for a quick listen on the ride home and have not read the print version. I may pick up the print version, however, after listening to the audio book.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Goal?
While the concepts may seem simple, and I think they are, they're things we don't think of and don't use. I feel that I can use the principles in this book both in business and in my personal life.
What does Forris Day bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narrator is great. I've downloaded a few of his other works and actually stumbled upon this one as a result of my looking for more titles of his. He's very easy to listen to. Speaks clearly and always sounds comfortable with the material.
Any additional comments?
It's a quick, easy listen that will help improve your life. Well worth the price.