COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, United States | Member Since 2014
This book is on the dot. I've read and listened to several books of his already and is always refreshing and informative. The information you get out of this is practical. As soon as you are done listening to it, you can use the learned skills after you are done with the audio.
I wish I can remember all 8 hours of it, but what I remember most is how to finish BIG tasks single minded before doing anything first. Like I said, it's practical and it worked right away. I mean it's obvious that you have to do the most important tasks first, but there is more to it. Brian Tracy explains it effectively without wasting your time.
I like that he is very calm and informative. He might sound monotone, but I got use to it. His fresh information keeps me glued.
That time can never be bought back .
So far this is one book that I can say is most impactful out all the other books I've read about self-development.
If you are having trouble, just acknowledge the trouble and tell yourself it's ok.
I like the study of the kids carrying bags of hershey's kisses to school and was told not to eat it. Techniques that were given to the kids were easy but amazing.
So practical, you can use it after seeing it.
The author is too descriptive. By doing that, he overdoes it and repeats a lot of the same stuff in different ways. You'll enjoy it through the first 2 hours of it, but, like I said, he overdoes his story telling and makes it boring. Makes you wanna go, "get to the point" or "tell me something you didn't say already". Sorry! Other might like it, but overall, I wouldn't listen to it again.
Try Brian Tracy! He is my favorite. Everything I listen to is affirmative and uplifting every time.
Have him write something that is less descriptive and to the point instead of repeating the same stuff by changing the words around. Also, it starts to sound like he is making stuff up. I would enjoy it better if he cite his work. He makes it sound like he is an expert in all aspect of life.
A lot of his repetitive stuff.
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