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The Wisdom of Oz

Using Personal Accountability to Succeed in Everything You Do
Narrated by: Roger Connors, Tom Smith
Length: 2 hrs and 56 mins
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Publisher's Summary

The best-selling authors of The Oz Principle return with a time-tested guide for achieving more in life. 

Since 1994, New York Times best seller The Oz Principle has been the bible of business accountability, helping countless companies build dynamic, creative workplaces. Now Roger Connors and Tom Smith show readers how to use accountability to strengthen personal relationships, inspire and motivate their children, increase their value on the job, improve their health and financial well-being, and attain every other major goal. 

When people see the reality of their circumstances and own full responsibility for what happens next, they can solve any problem and overcome any obstacle. See it. Own it. Solve it. Do it. Those four steps to accountability can transform anyone from a blame-game playing victim to a world-class success. 

Full of time-tested techniques and engaging stories, this book will help listeners take the journey of self-discovery that will win them the courage, brains, heart, and willpower to get everything they want.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2014 Roger Connors and Tom Smith (P)2014 Penguin Audio

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  • 10-31-15

Before you buy another time management tool(self help book, app for smart phone, ect.) read this book

Many of the principles shared we know! The book challenges one to practice , practice, practice.
It is a great book for leaders, parents, trainers, anyone and everyone.
It's easy to follow, understand and relevant.

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good reminder on having integrity.powerful message

listened a few times. there were parts that cited cruel animal experiments to illustrate points. that was sickening to me and I wish they had other ways to have illustrated the valid point they were making. so except for that I totally appreciated this book .

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it would be better to just read the Oz principle

first, let me just say I enjoyed the Oz principle. I think the authors present a good methodology for inspiring leadership and accountability. this book is like the CliffsNotes version. while this would be worthwhile for someone with not a lot of time to read or to give to an employee, a leader would be better served going back to the original Oz principle.the Oz principle takes more time to develop the thoughts provide more background or what leaders need to understand before they just see it own it solve it and do it.

another thing I didn't like about this audio book is that parts of it are read by the author or authors. The reason I like to listen to audiobooks is because the narrator's generally have the right tone and measurement to read the stories in an engaging way. I was distracted in this book by the author's voice. what probably caught me off-guard is I listen to a lot of audiobooks and the male voice is generally have the same quality and characteristics. hearing the author's voice was markedly different than the usual audiobook and I found myself distracted from the message.

bottom line, if you only can read one book then read this book. but if you have more time, go back to the original Oz principle.

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Best read so far

Love it. Changed my thinking above the line. A must read for anyone with a team.

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loved it, life changing

I really loved, the book was direct and practical. the stories were relevant to the message of the book. the narration was excellently done.

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Loved it!

Hey Tom! It's your neighbor. Haha seriously though I loved this book. I'm so pumped right now.