"Worth a listen"
Too many people give out 4 and 5 star ratings for my liking. For me 5 stars has got to be mind blowing and / or life changing (Zig Ziglar and Anthony Robbins fall into this category for me).
The author of this book seems sincere and doesn't promise to change your life just share his story of his success, and in fairness that what this book does. This is just a book about his success and the principles that worked for him and may not be applicable to your businesss.
As I said in the title worth a listen
Not mind blowing or addictive listening but I did enjoy it and narrated very well by the author
Just had credits to use up and as I was in my 20's during the 90's thought this would be worth a listen to, which it was. Would recommend
I'm now in my early 40's so this was my era of clubbing and although I never went I was familiar with the goings on at the Hacienda. Read brilliantly and deadpan funny by the author. Worth a listen to by any northerner of my age who used to go to the early raves and clubs
I'm only mildly interested in Eric Clapton but found this book worth a listen and would recommend
"For beginners to this field"
Pretty short and basic but it was very cheap so no complaints.
Would suit someone very new to listening to self development and salesmanship books
"Good but not as good as Anthony Robbins"
I have listened to a lot of these audiobooks so I've already heard most of what's on this. If you're new to this then you'll get more out of it than me and it does cover a lot of areas which will help you grow, and like every book I listen to on this subject I did pick up one or two things which I'll use I did like the author although my mind did keep wandering whilst listening, whether this is because of familiarity of the subject or it wasn't that gripping I can't honestly say.
All of these self development books, which I've listened to, which is quite a lot over the years, are pretty much the same as each other. For me the best is Anthony Robbins by far for self development and Zig Ziglar for sales.
You may think that 3 stars is low but I feel people give out 5 stars too readily, for me 5 stars has got to be mindblowing and / or life changing, 4 stars excellent and 3 stars average to good, which I feel this book is
"Worth a listen"
If this is on special offer for buttons then it's worth a listen. I do think it's a well meaning book but it's built on the basis that all life coaches are charlatans which I don't agree with.
I'm still no better at or closer to being a stand up comedian after listening to this, Could / should be more concise and to the point and is very long.
Worth a listen to. It is what you'd expect really, the story of rags to riches the struggles he had in the early years and then some amusing stories about him and other Hollywood actors, no out of the ordinary revelations or anecdotes but I did enjoy it on the whole.
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