A truly helpful and inspiring audiobook for anyone who struggles to find meaning in life, and especially for those who have trouble facing work each day. This book provides a plan for change, a clear and simple pathway for those who find themselves in need of renewed energy and patience. The author teaches about balance and connection, body and spirit, health and wellness, using the model of the Native American Wellness Circle. This audiobook serves as a guide to those who are experiencing burnout, but it also speaks to readers who still have passion for work. Transforming Burnout is read in the author's own voice.
Have you listened to any of Alan Shelton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
What insight do you think you’ll apply from Transforming Burnout?
I used all the author's insights and was successful in dealing with and eliminating the burnout and its attached depression. It also gave me tools for the future to re-frame my attitude.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
The reason someone like me is reading this is that we feel burned out. Where is the quality and pride to produce a fulfilling product? I cannot think anyone would find this compelling. The mumbling and recording quality is terrible. I own over 900 books, and I have never experienced this in all the years as a customer. Even librivox has better narrators!
What could Dr. Alan Shelton have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Use professional equipment. The recording sounds as if he is recording it in his car while driving to work.
What didn’t you like about Alan Shelton’s performance?
Disunity. Needed an outline. Annunciate. Moderate the speech.
What character would you cut from Transforming Burnout?
Any additional comments?
Please help by getting this poor man a professional platform or stop selling this type of poor quality material. <br/>