If you would like to build a million-dollar-plus income through speaking to build your brand, there is no expert better placed to show you the way than James Malinchak. Lauded as America’s hottest young speaker and endorsed by some of the biggest names in personal development, such as Jack Canfield and Brian Tracey, Malinchak not only enjoys standing ovations at pretty much all of his talks, but also teaches others how to do exactly the same thing and create their own multi-million dollar speaking business from a standing start in an incredibly short space of time. He is a true Giant in the world of speaking and has inspired huge numbers of people across the globe.
This interview also gives you an insight into James' own world as he reveals some of his top success strategies.
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This is the worst $2.50 I have ever spent. This "paid" infomercial presents VERY little usable information. James appears to be a Tony Robbins wannabe. He readily admits that the title of "Americas Hottest Young Speaker" was made up by him after hearing that is how Mohammad Ali gained his fame. This recording is about telling you that you can't be successful if you go it alone - you need to pay him to show you the ropes. Don't waste your money - go to Starbucks instead.
Not unless it were free.
Issue is not with narration.
I would redo the entire thing and make the book about what it's title promised it would be about.
Nobody buys a book about how to do something, only to hear about how what you need to do is to hire the author to do it for you. This book was horrible. This guy just boasting about how successful he is, never once giving you a concrete usable tip beyond find a mentor, work right and some other worthless platitudes...the "interviewer" gushing all over him as if he were Warren Buffett. Terrible. If author is such an entrepreneur, he should know the importance of delivering what you promise and giving customers more value than they paid for. These were 38 minutes I will never get back.
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