Discover the benefits of being positive. We all have two dogs inside of us. One dog is positive, happy, optimistic, and hopeful. The other dog is negative, mad, sad, pessimistic, and fearful. These two dogs often fight inside us, but guess who wins the fight? The one you feed the most. So begins the story about a negative mutt named Matt and a big dog named Bubba who teaches him how to feed himself with positivity each day and in the process Matt transforms his own life and the shelter they call home.
The Positive Dog is an inspiring, heartwarming story that not only reveals the strategies and benefits of being positive but also an essential truth for humans: Being positive doesn't just make you better. It makes everyone around you better. Jon Gordon has shared the simple, powerful strategies found in this audiobook with Fortune 500 companies, professional sports teams, college athletes, school districts, and non-profits and the proof is in the countless success stories shared by Jon's clients.
The strategies in this book have grown sales, motivated salespeople, improved team performance, developed positive kids, enhanced careers, inspired promotions, improved marriages, and lead to greater individual and team success. For anyone looking to overcome negativity and challenges to become more positive, The Positive Dog provides the inspiration and action plan to feed yourself and your team with positivity. When you feed the positive dog and feed others, everyone benefits!
©2012 Jon Gordon (P)2013 Gildan Media LLC
Great place to start on the journey of personal growth! Great for teams who have many different types of people on them.
I enjoyed the story and also the practical steps that will allow me to benefit from the teachings for years to come. Knowing is not enough we must apply.
This was a easy listen, and a simple reminder to own your actions and vibes. The chapters are short, so you get a positive message in short period of time without trying to recall where you left off.
Fun, light hearted. It has great points that you have heard in my other positive affirmation books. This book just puts a fun spin on it. the last 15 minutes or so were my favorite.
While I appreciate the optimistic idea, the book is painfully repetitive, droning on the same point. Written as if for very young children, but not interesting enough for even their attention. I felt very annoyed after the read.
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