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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
The topic is important - everyone needs to communicate better and star communicators get a lot of respect regardless of their specific industry or position. However, for me too much of this book was a grab-bag of factoids (e.g. anecdotes about IBM Watson playing Jeopardy) or long explanations of the familiar ((e.g. we get too many emails a day). Sometimes I felt like the book was talking about the same thing 20 minutes later - meaning it would be easier to have a book to skip ahead in, rather than an audiobook. When the book arrived at new material - talking about internal communications software that's better than email at several companies - that also seemed to go on for a long time. Company X has a proprietary internal information Wiki system called Y. I had thought messaging would be more practical. Here's six key things you can do for clearer messaging. Here's what five top business communicators have learned about messaging. Here's three things to do when you're concerned the audience is distracted.
What about Jonathan Yen’s performance did you like?
The narrator was very good.
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