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Well-narrated, concise contents

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Reviewed: 2019-04-19

This course is much better than the ones on learning platforms such as Udemy. Had to reduce the speed so I could take some notes. Narration methods ensure your memorization is good. Loved listening to this audio book. Next I will listen to Phil's PMP Quiz book.

Great audio book and entertaining read!

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Reviewed: 2019-03-17

I was a little skeptical at the beginning as the previous two audio books on related topic were disappointing and boring.
This book has some sound strategies I can now apply as I take on creating new marketing campaigns for my fledgling business.
The approaches and stories are well explained and in a simple way that can be retained by the brain. The examples are relevant but definitely miss an entire chapter on examples. That would have triggered more ideas in relation to the content I need for my business.

Good but expected more

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Reviewed: 2019-03-01

Here is my personal honest opinion. I started listening to this audio book with an expectation that it will touch the hot buttons right from the start. I am a few chapters into it and I didn't know what and how I am going to use the information provided. It was always either how profit first author did wonders for clients or amazon. I thought this book is for any e-commerce business and will live up to the title. However, the first half was just about the author's clients, how they did and Amazon FBA. There are tons of videos on that and courses on Udemy. Only in the second half there was some meaningful information on separating the bank accounts in Inventory, Profits, Tax, Owner's Pay, etc. That should be worth trying. Summary at the end of each chapter is missed or not adequate. Expectations unmet for me personally. I respect others opinions though. Also, regardless of that, I would still look forward if I get any response from the author to the email. Wish the author best and an improved version and other books soon. Cheers.

Well written and full of examples

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Reviewed: 2019-02-19

Good examples all throughout the book. The narration could have been more lively and with expression.

Nicely covered topics at a conceptual level.

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Reviewed: 2019-02-03

Good explanation on various concepts in Lean, Six Sigma and Agile. A more detailed case studies would have helped for each of the topics covered.

Nice quick introduction

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Reviewed: 2018-09-18

Well narrated. Good introduction to Bitcoin and blockchain. A little more examples would further help.

Good narration

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Reviewed: 2018-08-30

Overall a good book to listen until the end. Jobs theory is well covered. Sometimes feels the title is misleading.

Good concepts and examples.

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Reviewed: 2018-08-20

Good start. Looses flow in between and appears distorted. But overall Good, especially the last few chapters. Being 80% happy is not good enough.

Good book. Not a good narration and voice.

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Reviewed: 2018-01-06

The narration is way below in effectiveness compared to other great audio books. Overall, a nice read. Exercises are good.

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Great advice for promising entrepreneurs!

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Reviewed: 2017-11-22

This book has good examples of struggles during the entrepreneurship journey and goid explanation of lessons learned so startup founders take preventative measures.