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Wonderful. Unexpected, but simply wonderful

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Reviewed: 07-07-2019

What a fantastic read/listen.
This book goes between the story of Sandra and the stories of her clients. I lapped up the chapters and didn't want this book to end.

some good pointers but a bit over the top<br />

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Reviewed: 05-03-2019

An interesting listen, there is no here nor there with Aubrey Marcus, he clearly has his own view and whilst he uses a lot of references, they are snippets and his authority doesn't go very deep.
The beginning was good it waned in the middle and completely lost me by the end.
Unless you are really looking for a way to micromanage your life, give this one a miss.

A timeless read

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Reviewed: 05-01-2019

I have long wanted to read this book, and it was excellently listened to in 30 minute snippets on my commute to and from work.
Whilst it was written some time ago, I think it has actually improved the book, as this generation has lost some of the wonderful polite nature of Carnegie's generation that we could certainly reinvigorate back into society.
A lovely read (or listen) and definitely no harm done from spending 8 hours of my life investing contemplating into his thoughts.

A must read for equality

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Reviewed: 02-01-2019

An excellently written and easily listened to book on feminism.
I would definitely recommend this book to others, the latter few chapters are focussed o being a mother and working which may not be relevant to all readers but may give good context to bosses.

A great listen for every forward thinking leader

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Reviewed: 15-12-2018

A very thoughtful and thought provoking book looking at different perspectives of leadership. It is clear that Simon Sinek comes from a background of marketing which makes the book have a bias, but that just requires a little more effort on the readers (or listeners) part.

Definitely worth a read through, perhaps if you want to challenge your leadership style, or think you have a great leadership style already (always room for improvement right?)

Thanks Simon for this great read

Awesome book, with great choice of narrator

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Reviewed: 08-12-2018

A classic. Couldn't ask for a better combination! A must read/listen. Light hearted, good humoured and excellently narrated.