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A pragmatic and simple self-help guide written by a true rags-to-riches every-man for everyone looking to improve their life. I overcame crime, drugs, and poverty to make millions of dollars in a short period of time. I'm an average guy who learned how to ''ask more'' to ''get more'' out of life. The strategies and techniques I outline in this book can help you get just about anything-a better job, a new house, or a great vacation-faster and more consistently if you’re willing to follow my advice.
©2014 Michael Sciucco (P)2014 Michael Sciucco
"In Ask More, Get More, Michael Alden shares actionable and effective strategies for self-improvement. His tips on changing your outlook and on accomplishing small tasks to push your life forward relentlessly are absolutely the key to creating a happy and successful life." (Nolan Bushnell, Founder of Atari and Chuck E Cheese's)
"Ask More, Get More provides a roadmap to your personal dreams by asking the right questions and taking actionable steps. Michael Alden provides practical wisdom anchored by powerful personal stories. A must read –not just for business leaders --but for anyone who wants to live a more abundant life." (Betsy Myers, Author of Take the Lead, Former Senior Adviser to Presidents Clinton and Obama, Founding Director, Center for Women and Business, Bentley University)
"Ask More, Get More's true strength lies in its simplicity. Michael Alden's tenants for success apply to everyone at any age, level, and place." (Marshall Goldsmith, million-selling author of the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There)
The Author could have shown techniques to use in real life to get more, rather than telling over and over how he came from poor family and became rich.
Yes, The reason i would like to try another book from Michael is because he is great at reading his book. I am a big fan of Authors reading their own books. Plus, he has a very impressive way of presenting the content.
I wouldn't say so
This is the first book that i have started and couldn't finish. I think, the book could have done alot better if the Author talked a little less about his life and a little more about techniques to be used in every day's world.
It almost because a process for Author to bring up his own personal life and same experiences over and over every 20-30 minutes
I just feel, i have gained more from the Tilte than the book itself.
"Ask More, Get More" that makes sense to me, not the book though
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