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Driven

The Never-Give-Up Roadmap to Massive Success
Narrated by: Jonathan Todd Ross
Length: 5 hrs and 7 mins
5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Live your life full throttle.

Behind every entrepreneur's success story, there's a never-ending list of gut-wrenching failures, missed opportunities, and jaw-dropping setbacks. Real estate mogul and serial entrepreneur Manny Khoshbin is one of those entrepreneurs with a story of perseverance that will make you believe in the American Dream all over again.

Driven: The Never-Give-Up Roadmap to Massive Success goes beyond Manny's personal ride through the entrepreneurial journey to deliver the habits, mindset, and insights aspiring entrepreneurs need to turn dreams into reality. Buckle up, and join Manny as he shares his experiences and teaches you how to:

  • Beat the odds and become a successful entrepreneur in your own right
  • Challenge yourself, study your failures, and pivot your plans
  • Double down on projects, ideas, and investments you're passionate about
  • Spot and surround yourself with positive, successful, and like-minded people
  • Change your mindset to achieve what you think is impossible

It's important to remember that on your journey, you can navigate around obstacles and overcome them - just never give up. Dream big, stay ambitious, and remember that anything you really want deserves your 100 percent effort. Got it? Good. Now, let's ride.

©2018 Entrepreneur Media, Inc. (P)2019 Gildan Media

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great read! great story, very detailed

loved it easy to understand, a lot to learn from, i would read it over.

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Time well spent

I was extremely happy with this book, I am a huge fan of Manny and I appreciate him opening up about his failures and set backs throughout his career. He is a very respectable businessman and genuine person so hearing his stories and insight was very motivating. Never give up!!

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Great book. Awesome content.

I loved the book. I enjoyed listening to this book. Manny shares his story in this book. everything is possible through hard work.

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  • Rajia Bibi
  • 03-08-19

From Driv3n to Driven

I’ve been following Manny on IG for a couple of years as a supercar enthusiast, entrepreneur, doctor, technopreneur and Ferrari collector we have many things in common, however the pictures on his IG doesn’t tell the whole story. So much respect for Manny for achieving all he has to date and his passion to give back and do more.

Driven, fills in the gaps of how he has got to where he has and the stories and lessons behind them.

A great story and a true visionary. Congrats to you for proving that anything is possible!

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  • Mariner
  • 03-12-19

Not a roadmap

90% life story, 10% insights. He's a wealthy guy that's done well and assumes that there must be something in there worth teaching. Most of the insights derive from his bouncing back from mistakes, mistakes that don't exactly point to uncommon intelligence. It would have been easier to follow had he chosen a different reader for the passages where his wife, employees and favourite charity talk about how great he is. It's sometimes difficult to tell apart from the rest. But he means well and is quite likeable all the same.