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Habit of Winning

Narrated by: Andrew Hoffland
Length: 5 hrs and 21 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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At times when you feel let down due to the lack of self-confidence, you must listen to the audiobook The Habit of Winning: Stories to Inspire, Motivate and Unleash the Winner Within for a boost. This motivational audiobook is a wonderful collection of short and inspirational stories and facts that have the power to evoke the leader within oneself. Be it a student or a manager, this audiobook is for everyone and for all ages.

This audiobook contains short stories ranging from frogs, butterflies, kites, balloons, cricket, Obama’s management techniques, Gandhiji’s generosity, and to almost anything in the world, and each one of them has a life lesson to convey. All these stories are classified under appropriate categories such as self-belief, leadership, perseverance, teamwork, and so on, in order to change your life’s perspective and to kindle the passion in you. It offers great tips to keep on moving forward in your life, rather than brooding over the past.

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This audiobook is made by an expert trainer and business coach, and the author’s own life is an example to motivate success. This audiobook is a best-seller.

©2011 Prakash Iyer (P)2018 Random House Audio

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India market focus and heavy on cricket and sports

Some good tidbits and catchphrases, but heavily focused on market and society in India. It was good to learn more about Indian culture, but far too many cricket examples which were very drawn out. I listened at 1.5x speed and this was still too long. Maybe it could have been better organized and had an appendex of examples. This would probably appeal to a newer or middle manager in India who loves cricket. US executives should pass.