Maxwell says that if you are like him, you were never prepared to deal with failure. Coming out of school, he feared it, misunderstood it, and ran away from it. But he's learned to make failure his friend, and he can teach you to do the same.
Listen to everything by John C. Maxwell.
©2000 by Maxwell Motivation, Inc., a Georgia Corporation; (P)2000 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
This book provides the listener with the tools to bounce back from all of the setbacks in life. Each setback can be devastating and demoralizing, however, having the proper tools can make the process easier. Listen with open ears and an open mind.
If you are serious about success, then this is a must read for you. It's short (3 hours) and to the point. Lots of good quotes and lots of good real-life stories of famous people who failed a lot but eventually were successful. Not only is this book motivational, it is practical. Don't think twice about getting this book . . . just do it. And listen to it on a regular basis.
yes, because it's not like a simple story but more like information that can be used through any walk in life!
i don't really have a favorite character
yes but it didn't make me laugh or cry, my reaction was in curiosity
this book is good for any and everyone, it has alot of ideas from great men and women, i do listen to this audiobook over and over, HAPPY THAT I BOUGHT IT!
While there are some good ideas in the book, the author comes across to me as tooting his own horn a bit much. The stories he used to explain his points starred himself in the leading role. They didn't seem to be selected for their usefulness in getting across the point, but rather to illustrate his high regard for himself.
Especially troubling to me was a story about an issue he had with a female worker. He went on and on about how he mastered the situation, but there was very little evidence of awareness of what her experience was and her motivation for the action she took. I can't put my finger on it, but the story left me with a creeped-out feeling and questions about the self-awareness and other-awareness of the author.
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