Trump knows more than a little about turning defeat into victory. Early in his real-estate career, he learned that every building project faces major unexpected delays, obstacles, and problems. He began to prepare for adversity and even welcomed it. That kind of attitude can give you power to conquer obstacles and succeed in the face of long odds.
Packed with exciting tales of Trump - deals good and bad - Never Give Up also includes hardcore business advice on:
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This book is the epitome of the individual that has had to fight for everything they want and have in life. The message is clear, the direction is precise. You would have to be an idiot not to see the message here. I enjoyed this book very much. It is one of the books that will be a repeat listen.
This book lays out Donald Trump's path to success, failure and success again. This book proves that to be successful you must learn the characteristics of recognizing opportunity and continue to fight for what you want.
Very good book packed with lots of information and tons of inspiration I would highly recommend it for anyone who needs motivation. Max LaMoureaux Sr.
I'm a big Trump fan and have rated many of his other books five stars. However, this book was just a rehash of the Art of the Deal, and not as interesting. One would expect from the title of the book that it would be an analysis of problems Trump has encountered and the strategies he employed to solve said problems. Instead, he lists out some obstacles he's encountered, says he worked really hard even though to the outside world it may have looked easy, and that everything worked out for the best; sometimes even better than he'd expected. I thought the book was kind of glib, and was glad it was only 4 hours. Disappointed.
If you want a little more insight into what makes President Trump tick, this is a great book.
Written by a proven winner to help others win.
Read this book and growth!!!
I selected this book after finishing The Art Of The Deal in hopes that it would chronicle, to some degree, how the author got into financial difficulties in the early 1990s and what he did to turn them around. I was disappointed that he only briefly touches on this. Much of this book is a retelling (in less detail) of many of the stories in The Art Of The Deal. The book was interesting, but not what I was hoping for.
"Loved every minute"
Some of the messages in this book are a great metaphor for life and you can apply it to all areas of life.
It's actually quite funny too.
I definitely recommend this.
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