Arranged in an easy-to-follow format, America's leadership expert, John C. Maxwell, will teach listeners how to expand their thinking and achieve their dreams.
©2009 John C. Maxwell; (P)2009 Hachette Audio
John Maxwell details for you how to learn to adjust your thinking and the ways that you think to be more successful. It is a great way to get your mindset adjusted to be more effective and more productive.
nice and simple methods easy to listen and understand
about the knowing your character not the technique
You are the sum of what you read!
John Maxwell is the master at showing us how we can our interactions with others, as well as how we can change our lives for the better. I highly recommend this book.
This is an excellent listen book. I will need to listen to it a few more times to capture all the different thinking styles presented.
Being able to reconized the different styles of thinking and when to use them
No it is best to absorb it in one or two thinking styles
John Maxwell is always an informative or insightful read. However, the narrator's slow pace and long pauses between sentences and topics (true to Maxwell formatting) is, unfortunately, quite distracting. If you are a Maxwellian, like myself, you may find it better and more digestible to read this book in its paper format. The content of the book is certainly good and Maxwell provides some excellent advice on how to intentionally and thoroughly think about any topic, creatively or analytically. Overall, the book is worth adding to the collection, but I would recommend a physical copy over this audio version.
Being a thinker myself I had never really thought about how there are numerous types of thinking. This really opened up my mind to how I can structure my thinking better and be more productive with it. And how I can be a better person with my thinking.
Christian,Husband,father,small business operator
As with all self help books the author speaks of himself too much.
If less successful people should associate with the more successful,why would the more successful choose to associate with the less successful ( unless they are mentoring I guess) ?
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