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Six star

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Reviewed: 31-08-2019

Brilliant, listened to it twice in a row, the cleanest, clearest voice I've heard on audible, on top of that the lessons learned from these lectures are top notch.

No rah rah

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Reviewed: 06-07-2019

LUUUUUVD it, no rah rah, just the facts. Changes made to my habits within 24hours of starting listening to this. Not only what is needed, also how to pace the changes. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting to change their habits.

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What was I thinking?

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Reviewed: 23-03-2019

At 60 years old, I thought I knew a lot. Then I listened to this. This shows one why one must apply critical thinking to anything one hears, sees, feels, thinks or believes, however, don't just take his word for it. Highly recommended listening.

Me, myself and I.

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Reviewed: 16-03-2019

Didn't make it through the first hour of this. I can't listen to something about expanding one's consciousness if it's all filled up with the authors' ego.

More than a conversation starter.

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Reviewed: 25-11-2018

Loved it, letting it ferment for a week or two and then listen to it again. Highly recommend this audio.

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Chaos cover art

I'm glad that's cleared up.

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Reviewed: 22-10-2018

A very thought-provoking book, I thought that it touched on a lot of matter related to Taoism. It took me a few chapters to understand a lot of what was being presented, however, after a while, I built up an understanding of the "concept" that was being presented. If you are a thinker, I would highly recommend this book/audio.

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Reviewed: 24-07-2018

Loved every minute. Highly recommend this experienced and novices . Translates the Eastern experience into Western understanding impeccably.

Listening to it again.

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Reviewed: 21-06-2018

Absolutely loved it. If you want to know what goes on in your head then I highly recommend this audio.

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Major rewiring in progress.

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Reviewed: 22-05-2018

Absolutely love this book. After listening to The New Psycho-Cybernetics, I came across this fantastic audio book, who would think that one's outlook and one's inward look could advance so much in such a short time. I won't be giving this one back for a while as I want to listen to it again and again. Thank you very much Audible.com and The Great Courses.

It's a keeper!

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Reviewed: 23-04-2018

Where does The Second Machine Age rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I've just reached the Pro reader level and I've got a long way to go before I'm finished, if ever. I rate this book in my top 3 so far. I highly recommend this book!

What other book might you compare The Second Machine Age to, and why?

The only similar book that I've listened to (another top 3) is The Fourth Industrial Revolution by Klaus Schwab. Both books don't pretend to have all the answers and makes one want to research more of the same.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

I like how the authors can see the evolution that may be.

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

If I had had the time I would have. One day I will find that time and listen all the way through.

Any additional comments?

Just get it and listen, the wider this spreads the better for all.