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What made the experience of listening to The Art of Fully Living the most enjoyable?
Tal's story takes you inside his mind and experiences from an ordinary life to an extraordinary one.
What other book might you compare The Art of Fully Living to and why?
It's like Napolean Hill's Think and Grow Rich, but more on the personal development side.
What does Matt Weight bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Matt does a great job telling the story with enthusiasm and even dropping in different accents when needed. This is great because Tal's story brings him all over the world.
What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?
The power of setting specific goals is key. Also we can accomplish a lot over a year or 10.
Tal Gur shares a story of development that everyone should be able to relate to.
What did you like most about The Art of Fully Living?
Tal goes beyond any traditional self-help book by sharing his personal experience and research including the good and bad times including "how to picking yourself up from some of the darkest and bleakest times".
He openly shares how he's truly internationalized himself and transitioned from working as an employee and moving from Israel with a limited understanding of English and money to moving to Australia and how it's possible to speak and fit in like a local within a matter of a few months.
This is truly a MUST read for any digital nomad or anyone who is SERIOUS about setting up a location independent business and wanting to move overseas.
What did you like best about this story?
The best part of the story involves Tal discusses the ways he's been able to break through his personal barriers and any can too to create the life of their dreams (literally speaking). He also talks about how to really find your own definition of happiness away from the standard stock standard approach of buying a big house on a quarter acre block, a fancy European luxury sedan and taking out a big mortgage that only enslaves you further into debt.
What about Matt Weight’s performance did you like?
Good steady oration pace and not too monotonous.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
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