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J.Robertson

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Simple, concise, yet thorough.

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5 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 19-11-2018

I enjoyed the way the book was broken up between war stories and then directly relating it to situations IRL.

No-nonsense, logical and objective; the lessons in here are as old as time, but nevertheless for everyone of us, we have yet to master.

Am putting this book on repeat!!

Very happy I've heard this!

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Reviewed: 20-06-2017

Well spoken, methodical and no BS about his information. When I downloaded it I thought it was his original book, but was very happy to find it was a recently updated version. So STOKED!

I've put a few methods in place already aligning with this advice and I'm looking forward to having it all set!!

Will definitely be listening again before the week is out!

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Persuading argument 😁

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Reviewed: 11-06-2017

This book has certainly open my eyes to question where people are at, to build relationship before I am so bold to witness by words my faith. A very daunting humbling task that nonetheless and proposed many new ideas now into my mind of how I might better serve others as a witness to the Christian faith.

A very reasonable case for Christianity

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Reviewed: 13-04-2017

It is not so much what to think as opposed to 'how to think'. This case for Christianity fairly looks at both cause and effect of decisions taken in either direction and shows our moral standing, cause and beliefs for those decisions.

The performance is well spoken, paced and measured. The tone keeps the listener engaged easily.

Am definitely going to listen to this again!! 😁

The voice of GoT!!

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Reviewed: 21-03-2017

None better I think for a performance like Aidan Gillen's voice!

A man whose voice is fit for the narration of a classic like Sun Tzu.

The book is highly revered because of its timeless wisdom in dealing with ones enemy and helps a person to look inwardly and to self examine ones own understanding of themselves and to then negate the reaction and instead make the calculated move.

Thoroughly enjoyed this rendition of the book.

If a con, I would of preferred if the book was broken up just a touch more between each point. Although the reading was seamless, it was hard to comprehend each point because it moved so quickly.

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