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dhruv sapra

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A great insight into how leaders make tough decisions

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Reviewed: 12-01-21

Very insightful, a must read for anyone who’s interested in lives of leaders who make tough calls almost multiple times a day. Should be titled - Juggling balls, Captain cool 😅

Story of Troy but Song of Achilles does a better job

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Reviewed: 24-12-20

Loved Stephen’s performance as usual, I have followed the series and earlier books were much better in comparison, I think Song of Achilles does a better job here

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Oh Humanity, I love you!

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Reviewed: 07-10-20

...you never cease to amaze me. An epic saga, it’s Neil Gaiman so you need not even think, you know it would be good but this is beyond just good, it’s brilliant, the rise and fall, the story of change, growth and evolution of an endless, Dream himself is truly remarkable, full of flaws and beauty, this will live on forever.

A must listen for all

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Reviewed: 29-12-19

I love how the research is well distilled at the end of the book so if you listen to the audiobooks in small breaks, this is really great for you to have a list of takeaways at the end. Must listen for all searching for ways to be happier and have a more fulfilling life.

A measured path to success of an organisation

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Reviewed: 06-02-19

This book has been a great learning path to understanding how to run a company as a business with transparency, where people know how their work contributes to the success of their peers and and company as a whole, must read for any leader who’s looking to start a business or save one. :)

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Good but mostly focuses on life

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Reviewed: 09-01-19

I was expecting a book of etymology but really got something closer to Sapiens, still a good book to listen to while multitasking or jogging as it requires little to no attention at all. Content is good, even funny quips in between, the voice was pretty spot on, I liked it

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