No Stopping You!

How to Win the Game of Life
Narrated by: Roger E. Flax
Length: 11 hrs and 4 mins
4 out of 5 stars (286 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Why do some people succeed tremendously, feel very good about themselves, and simply can't wait for the next day? 

While others have all the desire, smarts, talent, and motivation to greatly succeed, but something's missing....

To respected corporate leadership guru Dr. Roger Flax, the answer is simple: winning the game of life begins and ends with relationships. 

No Stopping You! How to Win the Game of Life gives you the playbook, along with actionable tools to determine what makes people tick and how to win them over; how to establish instant rapport, trust, and credibility; and how to leverage those qualities into outstanding business and personal success, with strong and long-term "win-win" relationships. 

Listening to No Stopping You! is like a one-on-one private session with the highly sought-after expert Dr. Flax, who covers how to: 

  • Effectively communicate with impact, power, clarity 
  • Drive towards desired, mutually-beneficial outcomes and results 
  • Persuade, influence, inspire, motivate, and develop all types of people 
  • Read people quickly, and adapt your communication style effectively and appropriately 
  • And make things happen
     

Flax has lived this dream, winning the game many times over, and has shared his insights and strategies with thousands of people for five decades - in seminars, workshops, international presentations, motivational speeches, and through major media. Now it's time for you to learn to apply these powerful, innovative insights and tools, firsthand. 

This audiobook gives you actionable tools and techniques that you can apply immediately. It's a hands-on, all-in-one playbook and toolbox that gives you strategies and game plans to accomplish your goals. 

When you do, there's no stopping you! And you're well on the way to winning the challenging, and very exciting, game of life!

©2019 Roger E. Flax (P)2019 Hachette Audio

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Priceless lessons that everyone should learn

After 25 years in business, I felt that I understood how to navigate Corporate America well but maybe could use a refresher. This book was far more than a refresher. It is a complete regrounding on the mindset and behaviors we all need to be successful. Extremely well written, easy to understand and practical. You will find yourself taking notes just to help remember all of the content. I had many Ah Ha moments- wish I had this a long time ago! This should be a course in Business school.

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A winner for both business and interpersonal skills

This is absolutely the best self development book I have ever read. And actually, I did not have to read it. Dr. Flax read it to me.

Dr. Flax covers issues that come up in most business situations. How to assess the situation and how to solve the issues are presented in a real life scenario that makes sense. “Lose the battle but win the war.“

In addition his teaching relative to communication and presentation skills is outstanding . His examples can be used immediately in order to improve anyone’s communication skills .

This is “must reading“ for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of office politics and how to handle the many situations we all face. In addition, his teachings on oral, written and presentation skills will enhance anyone’s abilities.

A first rate book!

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What book did these other reviewers listen to?

I find it funny/sad that other reviewers gave this audiobook a lazy attempt (they wrote their reviews on the same day they purchased the book) before writing very demeaning, short-sighted reviews. I'm not even sure we listened to the same audiobook since I got a LOT out of this. Narration was just fine, but play it on 1.4 speed. At times, I couldn't believe I WASN'T listening to Larry David. But what you're getting is one man's lifetime of lessons that he gathered and used in order to run a consulting business for a few decades. For the price of one audiobook, I can get the sum of one guy's lessons- I'll take it. One thing that really showed me the author's focus on his subject was a part where he mentioned being a kid and getting asked to leave a tennis club due to 'ethnic' reasons. A less-focused author would've drawn more attention to this and gone off on a tangent, but not this author. And I think it goes along with a lot of the lessons in this book about letting go of things, and taking the high road to win wars instead of losing at petty little battles.

Because I do listen to audiobooks when going to bed, I'll warn you this narration style won't work for that. It has some shouting parts that would wake you up. Other than that, I liked it very much and plan to revisit it in the future.

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Active listening and enthusiasm

Great content especially the chapters on active listening and having enthusiasm lots of gems of wisdom if you’re willing to have an open mind and listen I also listened to at 2X which made this an enjoyable listen and lots of actionable advice. Enjoyed this and hopefully it helps you win as.you play the game of life with your one and only life.

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Life Changing Experience

Listening to this book on my hour commute to work in the morning has given me valuable lessons and skills to make my career more successful, my daily outlook brighter and more energetic, and lastly has my colleagues noticing me and respecting the value I bring to my organization
Well written with personal experience relating to everyone’s daily life and challenges
Thank you Dr Flax

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Business Oriented

Not for me. It it geared for the business man or woman wanted to move up. That is not what I was looking for. I was looking for something more uplifting and life changing and challenging for me. A good book for those that want to explore their opportunities for growth in a company.

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Compelling, practical, and high impact

Roger has such great advice and insight into people. His story's are so relatable and help bring his advice to life! His enthusiasm and zest for life comes through. His words inspire you to want to make more of life!

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Painful narration

So glad I did not pay for this assault on my ears. I gave up early in Chapter 7, having reached my tolerance limit for the author/narrator’s shouting and screeching. Even in the intro, I had to turn down the volume several times as the narrator’s enthusiastic speech pattern had me thinking that the book may be written in ALL CAPS, bold, 48-point font, peppered with exclamation points. When his voice resumed a normal volume, I had to turn it up again or miss what was being said.
Lewis Thomas said something about exclamation points which might also apply to shouting at your listeners. "If a sentence has something of importance to say, something quite remarkable, it doesn't need a mark [or a raised voice] to point it out. And if it is really, after all, a banal sentence needing more zing, the exclamation point [or screaming] simply emphasizes its banality."
Does the author have an issue with women? He speaks of a character, “Gabby Chatterbox” who wasn’t succeeding in her job despite being “drop dead gorgeous”. How would her appearance figure into the equation? There were other false names which Dr. Flax may have thought were clever such as “Ruthie Less”, “Mrs. Spinster” and “Ben Dover”. I finally shut it off as the screeching teacher Mrs. Spinster begins shouting in Dr. Flax’s version of an Edith Bunker type voice. I have enjoyed other books where a male narrator changes his tone to speak the part of a female character. This is not such a book. No comment on the book’s content. So much of it was overpowered by the narration style.

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Great info, horrible delivery

The content here is very useful. I learned a lot, but the author's smarmy delivery comes across like a used car salesman. His examples all employ dichotomous hyperbole. Things are either the BEST EVER or the WORST ON EARTH. It made listening very challenging, in spite of my interest in his content.

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Great Book

I will use these helpful tips in my every day life. It is worth a listen.

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