Businessman and consultant Brian Tracy has given hundreds of talks on leadership and time management and applies his knowledge to personal matters in 21 Great Ways to Stay in Love Forever.
Tracy, who’s been married for 30 years, offers straightforward rules that couples often neglect or forget to practice, like accepting the differences in each other and remembering when you were courting. He also delivers practical tips on being a better listener and expecting the best from each other.
Tracy has a warm, encouraging voice and balances the authority of a motivational speaker with the intimate tone of a trusted friend.
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I am a huge fan of Brian Tracy; I have learned so much from his books. If you own his products, buying this one is not a good idea. The principles expressed here are the same as those shared in "21 Secrets of Millionaires" or "Eat that Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time." However, if you are new to Brian Tracy's work, this is a good buy.
Brian Tracy as usual goes directly to the point.
Great collection of ideas put together.
Working on it everyday.
"Sound advice when needed"
The delivery is good, it's a well written book and formatted very well so you can listen to a couple of points at a time and take time out to chew over them.
Brian speaks clearly and confidently, Brian does like to blow his own trumpet but that does not take away from the quality of his delivery.
I found the whole book quite moving because it makes you take a good look at your self and the relationship with your partner.
You could say that the information given is common sense however emotions cloud your judgement and taking the time to listen to this short audiobook might be just enough to help make a real positive difference in your life.
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