The Art of Human Chess: A Study Guide to Winning is a masterpiece. Its intended purpose is to teach the science of winning, giving the ordinary person on the streets and the person fresh out of college a chance to compete with the ruthless sharks in today's marketplace. This book is for those who choose to win in all walks of life. It is guaranteed to give yourself an edge on your competitors, making you the ultimate human chess player.
easy to listern, good quality knowledge going in a definite. where else can you get this kind of perceptive no where.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Art of Human Chess to be better than the print version?
You get different info from reading and listening to books. The narrator was on point. The music set the tone while I listened in my car too.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked the personal stories and the way in witch they play out.
What about Mr. Gates’s performance did you like?
He was lively energetic and conveyed the points to Human Chess well.
What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?
Your either playing the game or getting played.
Any additional comments?
Great job, Applause for the author and the production team for uping the quality of audio books.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
I am pleasantly surprised. Book is very relevant. A definite pillar of creating a new mindset.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful
a lot of superficial stories, but good content in the overall book. Another good book to read is Robert Greens 48 laws of power.
A little hard to listen to. author appears to think a lot of himself so it's a little distracting. starts strong and could use a strong finish.
The simplified version is good for what it is. it really wasn't my favourite, though.
listen to the first half and you'll be happy. but if you're inspired by examples of others then you may like it more than I did.
The narrator did a great job his voice and dynamic. The book is well written and provides a fresh take, if you can get over the profanity it's refreshing to listen to a book that is easy to understand. The info of the book can help anyone at any level and provides entertaining content.
A copycat of 48 laws of power toll by a pimp and using chess as the hook
Great read! Another masterpiece from Ken!! This is one of my favourite reads when it comes to game.
I enjoyed the book. He gave good advice & life strategies that we all should use.
Basically a street/slang version of The 48 Laws of Power. I believe the better choice is to read the book.
Life is a game of chess, not checkers. Make your next move, your best move.