I was especially turned off when he warns the reader to be aware of their physical appearance and shares how he once went to a presentation by a woman who wore short sleeves but, because her upper arms were flabby, he was so distracted that he didn’t pay attention to the storyteller. Ironic. I closed my eyes to allow myself to fully engage with his video and found it boring. Perhaps if he had focused on what she was saying and not on her appearance, he might have been able to tell whether or not she was a good story teller. And apparently the same goes if you have tattoos. Better to cover them up because your audience won’t hear your story if you don’t.
With that said, I knew that I would not want to keep this book by the time I'd finished the second chapter but I had also thought of someone I thought might benefit from and even enjoy reading the book. I know she has enough discernment to take what she needs and disregard the rest.