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M. Ruth Martin

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Good advice - worth listening all the way through

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Reviewed: 28-10-19

While i found the initial chapters about peer bullying and poor relationships a little depressing, i felt that the wholehearted delivery of potential solutions, based on real life case studies, was inspiring and ideally helpful. I'm still struggling to help find ways for my four year old to feel connected to peers with positive relationships. A lot of four year olds seem to love fluctuating with power struggles, using the phrase "you're not my friend." The ideas in this book i think help with future empowerment.

Every sensible marketer should hear this

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Reviewed: 13-06-19

Every sensible marketer should hear this and hope that their rival marketers haven’t. Passionately packed with applicable insights, sensible analysis and healthy skepticism where necessary.

Brilliant delivery from a logical, scientific wealth of knowledge.

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Reviewed: 07-05-19

Everyone should listen to this, to understand who they are physiologically & how we can simply improve our overall health just by moving, even vaguely like we have evolved to as primates and mammals. KB delivers such comprehensive and up to date insight about the human body, with conversational ease.

Fantastic, heartfelt, authentic, heart wrenching and inspiring

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Reviewed: 22-01-19

Fascinating, personal and human account of history of Michelle Obama (& family Obama), rightfully proud of her own voice and achievements on personal, social and humanitarian levels, simultaneously maintaining dignified humility and amusing honesty. Her writing is rich with eloquence making this an addictive read/listen. Genuinely I heard myself laughing out loud at some points and crying my heart out at other points where she shared the agonies and ecstasies, maintaining equanimity throughout.