Absolutely. Brian Tracy does a fantastic job of showing his readers why having and exerting discipline is so important.
Brian Tracy addresses the need for discipline in every aspect of your life - business, finances, personal life, relationships and raising kids. He not only shows you why having discipline in these categories is so important - he shows you step by step what actions need to be taken to achieve that discipline. This is truly an eye opening, engaging book that can be used by anyone, at any stage in their life. He also touches on the Law of Attraction, though I don't believe he directly refers to it as such.
His performance was excellent. The reading of the book was in a very natural, conversant tone that makes it clear that he is an excellent public speaker and presenter. His tone varies based on the content, and portrays a level of seriousness when he needs to drive a point home, and joviality when drawing the listener in. I would certainly listen to his audiobooks in the future.
Overall, this is a fantastic book for anyone who struggles with excuses and lack of self-discipline in their life. Tracy's approach is both no-nonsense and empathetic. He knows that it is not easy to change your behaviors - but he adamantly believes that you can make your life absolutely anything that you want it to be by applying his methods. You truly get the sense that he cares what becomes of your life, and wants the best for you. Listen to it.
There are many points which I would like go over again.
Be in control of my life. I am the only responsible for it.
I loved that the author was the narrator.
It is comparable to all other self help books, however the principles discussed were very simple but yet powerful. It entices change right away.
I enjoyed the easy to understand delivery and the principles were effective that anyone can apply in their lives immediately to see great change.
No it is not for one sitting. I listened to it several times to reenforce what I had learned.
This book is worth having in any library. No regrets!
This was my first book from Brian Tracy and I must say that now I want to read all of his books.
Book is very useful for people that are leading startups. If you follow Brian's instructions you will save a lot of time and almost always do the right things.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone.
If you are interested in listening to some talk about common sense ideas, and how great the author is.... then you are interested in the right audiobook.
The most disappointing thing about this audio book is that the author does a lot of talking about himself and his past achievements and how
Maybe if it was not about self improvement.... and that's a big maybe!
The author's self rightous talking .... Brian Tracy, to me, seems as though he read a bunch of self improvement books and took their advice and mixed them up .... and puked them onto the pages of this book ... when he got stuck on anything, he just talked about how great he is and what he's accomplished.
If you read the title of the book (meaning the front cover) you can save yourself a lot of time because that is all he talks about,
While understanding the motive behind this book, I believe it's delivery was stretched out with more-than-obvious and unnecessary examples. I didn't find that profound realizations or new concepts were being presented; although I'll give credit that it's repetitive nature may help sink in for those needing a boost in motivation. High level and common sense guidelines from which (in my opinion) came from a narrowed view of the world. I would have to recommend that your
I love the book, it's easy to follow, and simple to put it in practice. It's not like other books which presents tons and techniques that it's already difficult enought to memorize them all.
One of the best books I have read in a really long time. This is probobly the most comprehensive book on self discipline. It's Highly recamend. I purcahsed the audio and the print version.
this book rocks ... if you do the exercises you will get whatever you want...
the only thing i didn't like when the author talks about agreeing with everything people are saying even though they are wrong even though he knew that from the beginning.