Today's Notable Quote: "There are two kinds of people in the world: those that like Neil Diamond and those that don't." - Bob Wiley (played by Bill Murray) from the 1991 movie What About Bob?
Noteworthy excerpt from Seth Godin's blogsite today (reminded me of the quote above):
"There are only three kinds of people in the world:
- Those that like audio books
- Those that don't
- (and by far the largest) those that have never tried one"
To his point - audiobooks can be an entertaining and efficient means of gaining new insight and information--particularly for those with limited "reading time".
I find that I enjoy a "combination approach" to business and pleasure reading--as I am often in the midst of 3 to 5 books at a time. Audio books are great for "on-the-run" information gathering and preview/review. Executive Book Summaries serve as a "preview" tool--much like a movie trailer to help me decide whether or not to add the complete work to my personal or business library.
Best wishes to each of you on your personal "head-loading" quests...