This book gives you:
The business world may be changing at breakneck speed, but this ancient form of theatre is as effective as ever. Buy this book and put improvisation to work for you today!
It really sucks! A book full of negative words and has the word fear in almost every sentence. The writer assumes the average readers are not the intellectual and positive people but pathetic ones who fear of life, fear of tomorrow, fear of reality etc.
I only listened for half an hour and got so irritated that I had to write this review.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Frankly this has got to be the worst audible book I ever bought. The book is so free of content and narrator is simply boring. Don't waste your time and money on this one.
23 of 23 people found this review helpful
Oh, man, is this boring, dry, and lacking in content.
If you MUST listen, avoid driving, performming medical procedures or operating heavy machinery.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
the best thing i learned from buying this one is that i should look at the review section prior to purchase. Horrible speaker, has nothing to do with improvisation, he has a fast paced preaching voice with an egotisic twist. Never again!!!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Before the book even begins you must endure an unbelievably long list of acknowledgements including cousins, mother-in-law, God and many, many, others. Then an endless introduction. I never made it to the content because I grew bored before the introduction finished.
Lowe is a terrible writer and much too self-absorbed to be of any use to anyone else. He talks about the importance of playfulness while being so dull and completely unplayfull in his writing.
Give this one a pass unless you're having trouble sleeping. Lowe's endless acknowledgements, alone, will lull you quickly into a deep sleep.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful