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Summary

The rapid development of technology and globalization has changed the leverage points in accumulating wealth: money, meaning and freedom.

Those that don't adapt are becoming trapped in the downward spiral of a dying middle class - working harder and earning less.

Entrepreneurs that understand the new paradigm have created unprecedented wealth in their lives and the lives of those they love.

©2015 Taylor Pearson (P)2015 Taylor Pearson

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Read this, you need to.

Listened to this on audible, loved the book, incredibly insightful, well written and narrated, Taylor Pearson brings to light some very real changes to our way of working. Good inspiration for those trying to cut their way through the non-sayers as entrepreneurs. Thanks Taylor.

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  • MR
  • 24-05-18

Practical

Good overview and detailed enough to takeaway actions that you can implement

Pragmatic and evidence based...we all need to be entreprenwura....the world is changing

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  • Lorina
  • 28-12-15

Serious food for thought, but more so for action

The End of Jobs by Taylor Pearson, brings to light the risks of staying the course of the status quo, when it comes to traditional jobs, while encouraging less is more when it comes to true freedom and fulfillment. As always, one will find some bones to spit out, but there was plenty of meat for actionable thought nourishment.

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  • Aaron Danielson
  • 24-08-16

Loved it so much, I want to hire a narrator.

Great content, but awfully monotonous narration by the author. Even the questions ended in a downward inflection. It was read like a ho-hum middle school essay, but the content was absolutely awesome. So I dealt with the narration.

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  • A. Baker
  • 18-06-16

Inspiring

This was a great book. Useful information headed out in a logical way. However, most importantly, is has moved me to take action. I am inspired, and I now know that now is the time. Thanks.

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  • Robin M.
  • 31-01-18

Clear presentation of our future and possibilities

Ideas were weighty and well-backed: I needed longer pauses and musical interludes, and perhaps more reflective music, to digest.

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  • Andrew
  • 22-10-17

Motivating and action inspiring

Great points that strike a realistic balance between research/facts and philosophy. Helped me get out of a mental rut. Recommend++

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-08-17

Pretty insightful and inspiring

Wish it was longer. Got tons of information here. Creating a business is hard...but not as hard as we make it seem. Financial freedom is achievable.

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  • Brady
  • 16-06-17

Practical tips!

Incredible book. Great job recording - author is obviously passionate about his work.

The book was filled with practical tips and tricks. Very evidence-based entrepreneurship. One of my highest recommended books.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-06-17

Love It!!

This was a valuable book from beginning to end. I really appreciate that the author gets straight to the point.

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  • Bill
  • 14-12-15

I think he's on to something here !

What made the experience of listening to The End of Jobs the most enjoyable?

The reality of what's really going on around us. He's done his research and seems to be well informed.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

some parts were funny, some were somewhat surprising. Makes complete sense to me, I have believed this for many years. The age of the Entrepreneur ! Love it !

Any additional comments?

Loved the audio book. I'm on my second listen. We need more people with vision like Taylor.

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  • CJMoore
  • 11-12-15

Audio Better than Book: B/C of Extras

What did you love best about The End of Jobs?

Connects dots on trends currently taking place that relates to the livelihoods of everyone.

What did you like best about this story?

Having read the book, the author makes a bunch of aside comments that augment the info.

Have you listened to any of Taylor Pearson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

See him live. Good Stuff.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Too long for that.

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