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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I am not sure who would enjoy it more, that it is strange leading question. I can only write of my experience. I found myself a bit depressed listening to this. I do think it's a good idea to ask the right questions in a way that primes your brain to start looking for the right answer.. But the rest of it is just depressing. I realize after that there is a premise to the book that I ultimately found depressing. I think it reminded me a bit of the cocaine fueled 80's a bit. If you dig deep it's still all surface.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Chapter 11 is good, it helps you form a question that that your brain will accept.
Which character – as performed by Bart A Baggett – was your favorite?
Chapter 11, Baggett is a good narrator.
What character would you cut from The Magic Question?
The salesman Baggett. The end felt like a sales pitch for his seminars etc. I then looked him up on the web which was a mistake, as there's some not so nice things written about him on the web.
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Would you consider the audio edition of The Magic Question to be better than the print version?
Hmm, I only have the Audible version. It's allowed me to listen while I drive (and while I'm doing mindless-work). I love it! It's motivating me and moving me forward; planting new and useful questions in most-everything that I do.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I'm my favorite character because Bart has made me the starring character of my life (and will do the same for you). Bart- the narrator and author- is my second-favorite character!
What does Bart A Baggett bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
You can listen and "read" the book while doing other stuff. You can get both motivated and get some good brain-storming done while driving to meetings, work etc.
What insight do you think you’ll apply from The Magic Question?
There are far-better (more-fun, more-effective and happier) ways to approach my business and personal life through questions, and it's helping to turn my life around.
Any additional comments?
Surprisingly- This is the "Magic Book" that is helping to turn my life around. The premise of the book- that there's a "magic question" that helps you to get what you want in half the time- seems simplistic and overstating in its power. However, from my experience with the book, it's doing that and then far more than that. It's helping me to get "unstuck" in couple of areas in my life (both professional and personal).
My life is pretty good overall, but was a little sluggish in some areas.
Remember how it feels when you first get a new computer (once it's fully set up)- how FAST, EFFICIENT and EASY everything seems? Due to a faster processor, a more-effective operating system and new-spangled software, you can now do stuff at twice the speed as before, and, can do stuff you never knew you could do with your new computer... THAT is the way I feel as I'm reading through and applying what Bart suggests to my life and business. By my second read-through (I anticipate more), my days feel better and more-hopeful; my business is moving forward and an area in my personal life that seemed a little grim now feels hopeful and exciting.
I highly recommend that anybody and everybody read this book!
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