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I didn't know him this well either.

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Reviewed: 2021-01-05

Based on the titles of Philip Yancey's other books, I was shocked and surprised how uplifting this piece of work is. He takes his journalistic approach to studying and finding the clues left behind in the four Gospels of who Jesus was. Much like Lee Stobel's "Case for Christ," I believe Yancey set out to criticize who Jesus was and came out impressed rather than scornful. When you read this I promise you'll have a better understanding of who the man Jesus was and who the God Jesus is.

Improve Any or All areas of you life.

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Reviewed: 2020-11-26

Brian takes the time to teach on every matter where you can improve. Some of the topics include goal setting, visualization, proper self-talk and loving you neighbor as you love yourself. He hits on all areas of life. I found this as a Crash Course to anything for self improvement and a reminder of everything I could have learned for another speaker/author/writer. It's all condensed into one book.

THE Sales Training Book.

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Reviewed: 2020-10-31

Inside you'll discover nuggets of information that have been taught to us by many other authors and trainers since Frank Bettger wrote his book. It's no wonder there is so much to learn in here as Frank was taught by and worked along side with the late great Dale Carnegie. Have you read "How to win Friends..."? Those lessons are in here to. Practical real-world events to apply the training. If you're looking for one sales training book to keep as reference to, THIS IS IT. I heard this booked mentioned years ago but it wasn't until it was recently referred to again that make me start "reading" it. Sure glad I did. I listened to this book back to back and still found tips to implement into my practice. This is one tool in your toolbox that you will always use.

Relationships lead to referrals.

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Reviewed: 2020-10-02

Joanne preaches that cold calling is the hardest method for sales success and referral selling is the easiest. Though, what is more common? She teaches the the reason for, the understanding of why and the methods how to build a successful selling career by building relationships with your clients so they will refer you to more happy customers.

Step by Step to Success

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Reviewed: 2020-09-12

This book is short and sweet. Brian teaches from his mistakes and uses other people's practices in this audiobook. It's a point by point, easy to understand formula that challenges you to implement asap. Good Luck on becoming great.

Another User's Manual for life.

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Reviewed: 2020-07-31

This is my 1st Sharma book. I really enjoyed that the lessons given it not merely point by point instructions rather advised via story format with dialog between the main characters. With two eager students listening to the life lessons from the "Billionaire," "The Tycoon." The narrator does a terrific job of differentiating his voice to be another cast member in the story. Easy to follow. Very worthwhile to implement.

Down, but not out.

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Reviewed: 2020-04-24

It's easy to only know Tim Tebow as the quarterback who was cut from the NFL. He uses his story and hundreds of others who have been through difficult times and circumstances but used their strong faith in Jesus Christ. It is His helping hand that was there for each example. I realized that if I have that faith also, my troubles may not be easily comparable.

A Coles' Notes of The Holy Bible.

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Reviewed: 2020-02-17

It is often said the The Holy Bible is the user's manual for life. "Drop Dead" is a crash course of God's Word full of checks and balances to keep you, us, on the narrow path. This book is full of examples of both what to do and not to do. Some things are taught and some are there as a reminder. If you are determined to "sharpen your saw," this is a great read.

Rags to Riches Story

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Reviewed: 2020-01-25

Grant Cardone can come across as an arrogant, cocky kind of guy but he's confident in him telling his life story; here's where I was; this is what I did; this is where I am; you can do it too. His "in-your-face" style comes as coach who wants you to maximize your potential instead of settling for good-enough. He does admit that when he's telling of his accomplishments it may sound like he bragging, but he also admits he set out a goal, was fixated on completing said goal and once he had done it, on to the next goal. Don't quit. Go For it.

Easily relatable. Easily duplicable.

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Reviewed: 2020-01-01

Once you listen to the beginnings of a 1st generation Canadian, Neil's trials and adversity sound similar to many who are trying to find their way. The difference is the author has recorded and shared the popular use of Self-Help techniques in his own life and tells us the results he's experienced as if he's saying, "this is where I was, this is what I did, here's where I am; you can do it too." Very motivating. Highly recommended.