Learn Critical Success Lessons from the World’s Most Important Influencers!
In Life Lessons Learned From LinkedIn's “If I Were 22”: Crucial Career Advice, Personal Development, and Success Principles from Key Influencers, you'll learn everything the world’s most influential leaders have shared from LinkedIn’s "If I Were 22" campaign. Have you ever wondered why Richard Branson and Martha Stewart were so successful? Well it’s largely due to the systems and ways they lived their lives as they outline in their articles on what they wish they knew when they were in their 20s.
Here is a preview of what is inside this audiobook:
Part One: Career Development
Rethinking the Corporate Ladder, Build Your Network with Peers Sacrifice for Success, Take Advantage of Inexperience, Channel Your Grit, Prove the Hustle is Real, Note What Works for You, Sell Yourself and be Desired, Don’t Rush the Ride, Think Big and be Extraordinary, Find Your Passion
Part Two: Personal Development
Embrace the Unknown, Take Chances and Try, Travel the World, Be Flexible with Plans, Live in the Now, Nurture Your Friendships, Cultivate Yourself and the Rest Will Follow, Create Loving and Supporting Bonds, Live the Happy Life, Be Okay with You, The Power to Give
Part Three: Success Principles
Claim Success Now, Hunger Makes Dreams, Money Doesn’t Define, Approach Failure Head On, Open Up Your Ears, Keep Growth in Mind, Failure Makes Success, Follow Your Gut, Achieve the Dream, Carve Your Path, Recognize You Have Options,
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Content. Something worth listening to. These "gems of wisdom" included "be happy", "pursue your passions', "have fun", "seize the moment". Are you kidding me? Is this made for pre-schoolers or adults? The absolute lack of substance in these scrambled tips is very evident. And the amount of repetition is painful to listen to . It's almost no exaggeration to have heard sentences that went "by focusing on having fun, you'll have more fun... you're only 22, do you want to be the fun life of the party. Life is about fun and you should have more fun". While that's not a direct quote, it's not far off the mark. This audio is riddled with drawn out repetition of very surface level, feel-good advice that I'd read on a motivational poster ... but less interesting since at least the motivational poster might have a picture of a hanging cat.
A book. It was my mistake buying a compilation of ideas, thrown together based off of a gimmick promotion by someone who fancies themselves a curator. I'll return to listening to books with solid "big ideas" or actionable ideas and an organized arguement.
I wasn't pleased with the performance but the CONTENT is what kills the book (which created a bias against the delivery as well). I'll stick to buying from authors who create a book around 1 or 2 big ideas.
It's under 2 hours. So at 3x (sadly there wasn't a 4X to get through this quicker), this book will cost you only 40 minutes of your life. Unless you put in 30 minutes at that pace and just give up on the final part in disappointment like I did.