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One of ther worst books I have ever listened to! It really, really, really sucked!
Reading was bland. There was maybe one hour worth of worthwhile information in the whole audiobook, unfortunately it was not pleasant to continue hearing it.
This book was horrible. I couldn't even finish it. It was one sports analogy after another that all began to run together. Really, it seemed to just talk about how one team or another won a game, etc. It never really addressed the beginning of a streak. I just didn't get it.
This book was horrible; way too general about past events, which you could spin anyway you want. Definitely not what I was looking for.
Ah, what MIGHT have been! If you're into sports (heavily) you MAY (perhaps, possibly) be interested in this book. Even if you are, you've probably heard these sports stories anyway. More's the pity, it could have been a very good book. As it stands, it barely scrapes by with a one of five stars.
Save your rental time and space. Save the postal service. Complete drivel.
Rosabeth Moss Kanter is Professor of Sociology and of Organization and Management, Yale University.