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Where does Blast Off! rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
One of the best books I have listened/read on the self improvement subject. The book is an easy and inspirational read with great examples on how to apply the steps to success.
What did you like best about this story?
The humor and real life examples that are used to share the message keep you entertained while you absorb the information. The ideas and steps to easy to follow. You can read at your own pace while you practice and apply each step in your own life to see how it works for you.
Which scene was your favorite?
My favorite part of the book is the inspirational story of Sam the Cooking Guy and how she worked with him to discover his REAL dreams!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There are several areas in the book where I was able to see myself and my own life in her examples or stories. One particular example that struck a cord with me was about when she ran herself over with her own car one day in a mad rush to pick her daughter up from daycare. She had everything someone could desire, but yet was unhappy. The book is the step by step journey (and all the humorous ups and downs along the way) to finding her true passion, along with stories of many people she had worked with along the way and their transformations. The lessons she shares are easy to follow and paralleled with her own life journey, making the time fly by when listening and learning.
Any additional comments?
I would highly recommend this book to listen to. I listened to it once all the way through, then listened to it a second time while taking some notes on the key areas I wanted to focus on. Either way you choose to listen to it, it is an inspirational kick in the rear to make your life the life you want to have.
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Allison's Voice and passion, not the narrators. Also, more how to, not asking me a bunch of silly questions like "Why are you not where you want to be financially" It's too general and not very helpful.
Would you recommend Blast Off! to your friends? Why or why not?