Break through fear and develop an unshakable faith in yourself through this totally unique audio experience!
Many of us know that we have the skill, intelligence, and knowledge to achieve our dreams. Yet, quite often, we feel something intangible inside ourselves that holds us back. It could be many things: lack of clarity, a negative attitude, perfectionism, fear of failure or success, or procrastination. Whatever the reason, we know that making a few simple changes would yield us quantum leaps in our performance. In short, if we would only jump the net... would appear!
In this all-new audio program, Jump and the Net Will Appear! The Twelve Keys to Eliminating Doubt and Creating Certainty, Robin describes his nightmare-to-millionaire journey from struggling musician, to national recording artist, to best-selling author. No abstract theories here... just proven strategies, spine-chilling anecdotes, and street-smart advice from a man who's been in the trenches and knows how to bounce back. With his entertaining stories and relaxed style, he will help you uncover the secrets of what he calls the Art of Personal Achievement and the Rhythm of Success.
In this unforgettable series, you'll learn:
©2001 Robin Crow (P)2001 Nightingale
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"Nice stories, great music - please, no more..."
Please ask Robin Crow never to read another one of his books - he may have a good, gritty singing voice, but he is no BonJovi. Most of the time I could hardly understand what he was saying as he read the book in a voice close to a whisper, and having this overlap with his music played in the chapter intervals was a very bad idea. I wish producers would realise that music distracts from words when coming in mid-sentence so some of the audiobook was totally lost on me.
It was so unremarkable I don't even remember it.
There are many other, much more interesting and deeper reaching audiobooks out there - go and listen to them. This one reads like story after story full of miraculous coincidences and happy endings, without explaining the basic NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) principles it is based on. Waste of a credit.
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