YOUR JOURNEY TO BECOMING UNSKIPPABLE IS AN INSPIRATIONAL BOOK FOR PEOPLE WHO DESPERATELY NEED TO CHANGE THEIR MINDSET SO THEY CAN START LIVING A HAPPIER LIFE, EARN A BETTER CAREER & SUCCESSFULLY GROW THEIR BUSINESS.
In this conversational and easy-to-read essential guide you will learn how to achieve true success in your business, your life or your career. If you like practical ideas, no-nonsense approaches, and honest advice from a renowned expert, then you'll love Jim F. Kukral's fresh take on today's transformed business world.
By the end of Your Journey To Becoming Unskippable, you will understand the difference between skippable people and businesses, and the happier, and more successful Unskippable people and businesses.
So, which one do you want to be? Let's start the journey, today!
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Almost more of a philosophy book
Jim's promise was that this book would have at least one tidbit in it that anyone would find valuable, and on that he certainly delivered.
Basically the book is how people can adapt to and stand out in the modern post-internet/post-smart phone world, where we are flooded with content and people are forced to turn their filters into overdrive, quickly ignoring or forgetting what isn't valuable to them (skip-able) and latching on to what will provide them value. Jim calls those people and businesses who are able to stand out and continually serve their customers and community "unskippable". I like the word because it references our modern life and condition, whereas a different word like "extraordinary" or "memorable" does not fully encompass the context and quality he is trying to communicate.
I enjoyed the many examples he used for businesses that did "unskippable" things, they sparked my imagination a bit.
My one criticism is that because of the cross-genre format it sometimes comes across as scattered and the use of the word unskippable seems forced (especially in the life section.) It may just be because there are a lot of short sections at the end that repeat "Unskippable people do _____" and the repetition of the word makes it seem like it's losing meaning.