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Summary

A hilarious argument for change from international behavior expert Jez Rose.

Do you ever wonder why achieving results is such a struggle? Do you want that to change? Let Jez show you how to train your brain differently by uncovering strategies used by some of the most successful people in the world.

Using real-world examples, the former comedian examines why some people struggle to achieve despite trying while others appear to achieve extraordinary results. Jez will show you why we behave the way we do and how to change for the better. By changing the way we think, our behavior and approach to life will also change. Aware that our success is also a result of other people, Flip the Switch will show you how to improve the behavior and thought patterns of those around you, too.

  • Practical exercises to get you thinking differently
  • Learn how to change for the better using a variety of techniques
  • Get the confidence to go after what you want, when you want
  • Become extraordinary by adopting Jez's down-to-earth and charismatic approach

Flip the Switch: Achieve Extraordinary Things with Simple Changes to How You Think will change how you approach success and leave you ready to take on the world.

©2016 Jez Rose (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Needs a few 'listens'

Not bad. Some goods ideas but is the sort of thing that needs to be listened to a few times to take it all in.

Can't say I agree with the review criticising the narration style; I thought that was very good (but there you go!).

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  • 29-08-17

Narration is dreadful.

Such a fine book, and such a tedious narration. The book sounds like a dreadful version of Christopher Robin. Read the book. Much more engaging.