Featuring a faculty of international speakers, world renowned athletes, and leading executives, Winning Strategies functions as a proactive master class for achieving your highest potential. Featured speakers include John Maxwell, Chris Widener, and Vince Lombardi Jr., along with exciting talks from a former NFL quarterback, a former Navy Seal, an ESPN X-Games Champion and sports psychologist Denis Waitley.
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Rather disappointing very US based audio collection in my humble opinion it's not even worth listening to the end if given to you free. It's an eclectic mix of infomercials (USA adverts) leading you to courses and websites masking as original infomation, and a mix of very random motivational speakers. A few are quite good but not enough of them, and the rest are pretty yawn..predicable. Please save your money and pick a tried and tested author or good autobiog instead.
This was a random unthemed collection of out of context excerpts from a range of motivational speakers who I'd never heard of. John Maxwell was good but many of the rest were forgettable. The last straw was when I got a full on sermon from some dude that after 40 minutes had had no relevance to winning or achievement. Waste of a credit
I've listened to a lot of the 50 classics series (success, prosperity, psychology) and (even though it's not related in any way) thought that this would be in line with it:
that i would have almost cliff notes of a bunch of different great speakers that i could then later research the ones i like.
I was wrong...
The volume levels are completely different from speaker to speaker, the content wasn't very good... a lot of it was them selling or saying how to contact them.
I kept listening thinking it would get better- it HONESTLY was like an amateur self-help speaking conference. almost like they put an ad in the paper saying, "show up and we'll give you your selfhelp speaking license and get on an audio book with other great speakers!"
Some were really trying but took WAAAAYYYY too long to get to the point, if they ever got to it at all.
I could go on and on, but for the price and the description i was VERY VERY disappointed.
I would have gave it one star but it's obvious that the people speaking are trying to feed their families.
I also had the leadership in my wish list... i will be deleting that right after this review.
If this is of interest to you then check out the 50 Prosperity classics... sooooooo much better!
sorry but this was a miss for me.
"Love love love this book!"
This book has so many stories and learning lessons. Definately one that I listen to over and over again. Every time I feel like I am hearing something new!
"Give me my money back"
This would have to be the worst book i have ever bought on this site. It was almost a complete waste of money - don't buy it!!!!
"This is pants"
This is the worse self help book I have ever listened to--there are more references to God and praying than in my grammar school catechism class---and such sugary stories of redemption and miraculously discovered courage it makes one want to grab the mouth wash to kill the taste----and its 50 bucks!!! Go for Wayne Dyer et. al. if you must go at all!!!
"About half of it is good stuff"
John Maxwell was great. Joe Malarkey is hilarious. There was some worthless and unhelpful content.
The opening speech and John Maxwell were fantastic. A great reminder on how to succeed in a way that glorifies the Creator! All the speakers nailed it. Even with its comic ending.
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