So what exactly is 'killer instinct' and how do you acquire it? 'Killer instinct' is defined as a ruthless determination to succeed or win. The truth is the killer instinct is within you waiting to be discovered and unleashed. So why do you in particular need to possess the killer instinct? Plain and simple, a developed killer instinct has always been the difference between success and failure throughout history. In his book, The Killer Instinct, serial entrepreneur and author Omar Johnson reveals the various secrets of developing and mastering your killer instinct and using it to achieve anything that you want.
Whether you want more success in business, sports, work, or your love life, this book will assist you by showing you the mindset that you need to achieve those goals. You will meet many people in your life who don't have your drive and ambition. They are fat, happy, and satisfied with what they have. They either lack ambition or they have always had a level of success that they find comfortable. They are not who this book is for. This book is for the hungry, the dissatisfied, and the ones like you who realize that there is something better to strive for.
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I was excited to listen to this book. Sadly, his take on life has turned me away.
I am all for making money. I aim to be successful. But for me, part of my success is to be able to share it with others, relax and enjoy life at times. This book is teaching you to make everything in your life uncomfortable (to get yourself hardened like the ancient warriors, which I kind of get, but for different reasons), get rid of pets who take too much time (which makes me wonder if children count to him), and never do anything but sleep and work. When do you get to enjoy your success with that type of life? This reeks of greed to me.
I was looking for an audio book that would help me nurture the level I already have within. This book gets the job done. I'd love to hear that a second edition has been released, even more comprehensive. Keep 'em coming, Omar!
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