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The content however CANNOT be matched. If you are a creative who cares about realizing your ideas, this book is a must have. Totally a great plan.
I agree with the others. This book would be more successful if another voice talent did it. Mr. Hagen is more of a fiction reader and, unfortunately, did not capture the energy Mr. Belsky created in his tome. Wish Scott would have read it himself. Could have been a more valuable listen to me.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
This book is a must read for anyone that has good ideas and struggles to take action to make them happen. The book is very well researched I cannot emphasize this enough. It gives you plenty of insight into the lives of creative leaders who can follow through and how they motivate themselves to make their ideas a reality.
You are guaranteed to understand in plain terms why so far you have been unable to execute your ideas and what to do about it in more ways than one. The author gives you the ultimate blueprint you need to focus, stay motivated and realize your ideas. I have to agree that the narration is a bit monotonous but don't let that hinder you from getting this book, the content is brilliant!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
Dreadful narrator with monotone voice and endless downward reflection. Sends me to sleep! Interesting content though.
Absolutely love the book. Want to listen to it all again and take better notes. However, the narration was robotic and really distracting.
Great information and tips.
packed full of information about getting that project or idea moving forward and leading a team to help push it along.
Scott puts together a series of tips and suggestions that for those who have read similar books, are not new. However, the organization of the book plus the gathering of relevant points in it, together with a series of good examples and references, provides awareness of what we should already have known and encourages you to actually take actions. The set of references across the book gives you a good starting point as well.