Self Leadership

The Art of Becoming a Leader
By: Ryan Reed
Narrated by: Ryan Reed
Length: 2 hrs and 40 mins
Categories: Business, Leadership
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Are you a leader others will follow into Hell? 

You can't lead others until you can first lead yourself. Leaders aren't born, they are created. Only through hard work, self-analysis, and a strategy of constant improvement can you become a leader that people will gladly follow through Hell. 

This book is a compilation of lessons that I have learned while in the United States Marine Corps and the Fire Department, teachings from five academic degrees to include a Master's Degree in Leadership, and from working directly as a consultant in training companies in leadership strategies. 

My goal with this book is to pass on what I have learned to those that are aspiring to become a better leader in their respective field, whether that be military, CEO of a large firm, start-up business, or a parent. Self-leadership is the key to success in any aspect of life. 

Have you ever aspired to be:

  • A better leader
  • A better business owner
  • A better entrepreneur 
  • A better husband or wife
  • A better father or mother
  • More successful
  • Or just a better person?

If so, then pick up this audiobook now and start putting the work in!

©2017 Ryan Reed (P)2017 Ryan Reed

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great book

A wonderful book by Ryan Reed. A must read for everyone, no matter what career your in or place in your life.

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Great leadership book

Ryan Reed did a great job writing this book on leadership. To make the book even better, there are action steps that need to be taken. Take it seriously if you want to be a great leader. There is no shortcut to being a leader. Have fun reading.

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Get this, Follow this, Succeed.

Ryan does an excellent job of combining his with other Mentors, Influencers, and Leaders perspectives, lessons, and hardships to really drive home the actual art of being a leader. It's shown me that I'm on the right path but still have lot's of room for improvement. Thank you Ryan.

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Done once done right

Perhaps the most valuable read you can make. Absent this guide, one may never realize the maximum yield they can offer our world.

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Highly motivational!

I really enjoyed the raw and realness of this book. The content is to the point and has applicable tools you can use to better yourself as a leader. The personal stories from the author as well as from many other successful leaders is what sets this book apart from other leadership books. Instead of just focusing on “how-to”, the stories make the book feel relatable. Self Leadership is a great book for those wanting to better themselves!

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Next time hire a pro

You need a professional narrator to read your book. It was so painful trying to listen to this book with all of your awkward pauses that I couldn’t even finish it. The content may be worth while but unfortunately I’ll never know.