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Rescue Me!

How to Save Yourself (and Your Sanity) When Things Go Wrong
Narrated by: Annette Comer
Length: 4 hrs and 20 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Annette Comer exposes human vulnerabilities, embattled self- esteem, strained relationships, and lost money, then offers the necessary tools to deal with each of these dilemmas. It is the revealing true story of a sister who refuses to let her brother fail in his business, in spite of many obstacles and mistakes. As she reveals her five powerful secret methods for long-lasting success, he realizes he can succeed. Annette Comer teaches you to do the same: to save yourself when things go wrong. At some point, everyone needs to be rescued from something, in business or personal life. The unique insights presented here can save you, as it has others, and lead you to a lifetime of success.

©2011 Annette Comer (P)2011 Made for Success, Inc.

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A good book on the "how-to" as the title suggests; with some rather practicals steps/suggestions on problem solving (e.g. OBOY model) and the likes. However, in my opinion, the author somehow created some sort of detachment between the title and the content; the whole book is about how she helped/saved her brother for a business they co-own together (which she pretty acted as a consultant/silent partner). I would have prefer it to be more on her struggles, success stories, pulling herself out of the rut.