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What made the experience of listening to Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole the most enjoyable?
Pretty detailed description and reveals a considerable amount about the author that many wouldnt in the same position most likely.
What other book might you compare Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole to and why?
Its a fairly unique, candid sales and strategy perspective. Some of it is very reminiscent of Harvard Business School course content but in a real world context.
Which scene was your favorite?
Observations regarding human interactions and basically the self destructive nature of infighting/dynamics that shift in multi party conversations/politics later in the book cant be undervalued. He just says it straight up, which I literally havent read it like that even though I've been very aware of the data for many years from several studies among other things and do a considerable amount of diverse reading. They should literally add that to a lower level management course at Harvard. It summarizes something that is that fundamental to human applied behavioral psychology/group dynamics, at least as far as the species currently identified as human currently is, elegantly in 30 seconds in a way people can absorb. It also highlights in the larger context from the book an aspect that practically speaking is undervalued/underutilized in a number of contexts in business considering social media and digital interactions.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
A pretty candid exploration of the business experiences and pivots of Anthony Scaramucci.
Any additional comments?
I didnt expect this book to actually get into that much detail. I was pleasantly surprised. Interesting to read a book about something where a good portion of whats discussed you watched unfold in real time in the course of your own day to day business.
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Was happy to hear from a more humble hedge fund guy like his.
It’s definitely worth a read, but it won’t go on my bookshelf as a classic.
Trying Goodbye Gordon Gecko next.