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Publisher's Summary

You're sabotaging your own success - and Larry Winget can prove it!

You think you know what you want in life. You've tried to achieve those things. But if you still don't have them, the culprit may be closer than you think.

In this perspective-altering program, the world-renowned Pitbull of Personal Development(tm), Larry Winget, exposes the things you are doing right now to unknowingly prevent your own success in the most important areas of your life: business, family, health, parenting, money, and more - and offers you his self-proven action plan for change. You'll learn about:

  • The only five success rules you'll ever need.
  • How to eliminate stress once and for all.
  • The 10 ways you're sabotaging yourself right now.
  • Surprising ways to get more done at home and at work.
  • The bad-habit-breaking trick that will change your life instantly.
  • Simple steps to making fast improvements in your finances.

By following the straightforward, commonsense plan Larry presents in this program, you'll be able to remove the one and only obstacle standing between you and the things you really want in life: you. If you're ready to make some real, lasting changes using simple solutions that work, his no-holds-barred style and radically un-radical process are what you've been waiting for!

You're sabotaging your own success - and Larry Winget can prove it!

You think you know what you want in life. You've tried to achieve those things. But if you still don't have them, the culprit may be closer than you think.

In this perspective-altering program, the world-renowned Pitbull of Personal Development(tm), Larry Winget, exposes the things you are doing right now to unknowingly prevent your own success in the most important areas of your life: business, family, health, parenting, money, and more - and offers you his self-proven action plan for change. You'll learn about:

  • The only five success rules you'll ever need.
  • How to eliminate stress once and for all.
  • The 10 ways you're sabotaging yourself right now.
  • Surprising ways to get more done at home and at work.
  • The bad-habit-breaking trick that will change your life instantly.
  • Simple steps to making fast improvements in your finances.

By following the straightforward, commonsense plan Larry presents in this program, you'll be able to remove the one and only obstacle standing between you and the things you really want in life: you. If you're ready to make some real, lasting changes using simple solutions that work, his no-holds-barred style and radically un-radical process are what you've been waiting for!

PLEASE NOTE: This title has supplemental material associated with it. To access this material, please visit Nightingale-Supplements.

PLEASE NOTE: This title has supplemental material associated with it. To access this material, please visit Nightingale-Supplements.
©2008 Larry Winget (P)2008 Nightingale Conant

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  • Katherine
  • 30-01-2017

Was just OK

Normally I love me some Larry Winget but this one fell flat for me. The whole gist of the book is decide what's really important to you, write it down, take responsibility for proving it's really important to you and take action accordingly. It just took over 4 hours for him to say it.

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  • Nick
  • 04-03-2015

Mr Winget never disappoints,always feel motivated

I have either read or listened to all of Mr. Winget's books. I prefer listening because he is reading and I feel very motivated afterwards. His tough love truth style makes you think, "yeah he's right why am I doing that and not blaming myself?" Even if you don't feel you need self improvement stop kidding yourself and try one of these books you will feel very motivated after.

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  • Jesse
  • 27-02-2016

Amazing

Pit bull. But, hey the truth does hurt. I'll be listening again... and probably again!

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  • Isabela
  • 01-05-2017

The Fine Line between cracking the Whip and Grinding the axe

This program (can't really call it a book, as the author seems to deliver it extemporaneously) doesn't pull punches. Wiget's message is clear and unapologetic: accept responsibility for where you are and take action to move yourself forward.

He provides some practical advice on how to do that, primarily using written inventories, lists, and goal-setting. Nothing new necessarily, but presented in a compelling and motivating way. He's right on, except when he occasionally veers into axe-grinding mode, which is rare during the main part.

He does give you fair warning in the last segment that he's going on a rant (though not in those words of course). Most of what he fusses about there is accurate too, like the victim mentality in our country. But he's dead wrong elsewhere, like in his take on health care (he's got the economics exactly backwards).

Taken as a whole I recommend this. Just skip the rant at the end.

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  • K. A. Elliott
  • 04-07-2015

Worth every word!

Write your vision and make it plain. If you miss this message, it's your own
**** fault!

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  • D. B. Hughes
  • 02-01-2017

Larry Speaks my language

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I love Larry's matter of fact way of speaking! I love the narration! I didn't use to be the most confident person in the world and sometimes you just need to hear things, point blank, and have it spelled out for you. I love this book! I found myself nodding and saying yeah several times while listening to this book.

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  • S. Lewandowski
  • 03-12-2017

In your face!

Absolutely love his straight forward and raw attitude. Some people just complain and dont take responsibility for their place in life and tjeir choices. I am one of them! The mirror he holds up and the exercises he has you do to become more self aware are very productive! Thanks, Larry!

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  • adrian
  • 02-11-2017

a lot of the same in different words

i like the book. i didn't hear anything new but i like the way he presented it. more than a new concept is a reminder of what we need to do. i will recommend this book to my friends and family for sure. thanks

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  • Michael
  • 08-10-2017

Take responsibility

Nothing new here, but delivered in a 'in ya face' style that perhaps will work for some. Basic premise is that you are the one thing that is in your way of success. Not bad but that beard has to go on the cover. What is that some puritan style that one would be amish to have. Love the shirt though. Sunglasses are a little clique.

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  • Jason Donavant
  • 09-02-2017

Real advice you can use and very convicting.

I was very convicted while listening to his reasoning. It really gave me a plan of action to deal with all the areas of my life. Clear no beating around the bush in your face truths you cannot deny.

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  • Tanya
  • 08-11-2016

harsh but true

loved it, straight talking, no faffing. An honest & humourous look at why we trip ourselves up.

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  • MR
  • 22-05-2016

Very good indeed.

Would you consider the audio edition of Get Out of Your Own Way to be better than the print version?

Yes although I prefer audio to reading.

What did you like best about this story?

His originality, energy and honesty

What does Larry Winget bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

His energy and honesty.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No.

Any additional comments?

Well done

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-09-2017

A waste of money

Wants to lose weight ? Eat less, exercise more! Want improve your life take action, not happy write a list of what you need to do to be happy, this book gives the most basic, simpleton advice possible without actually telling you anything. It gives no real advice or techniques on how to achieve the things you want just the basic advice of do it. This audio book was the worst 'motivational' 'self help' book I have ever read, don't waste your money

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  • A. G. Gilbert
  • 16-09-2016

Rubbish

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

If you are looking for a book on self-improvement, this is a waste of time. All the guy does is rant like a school teacher telling off naughty children. Waste of money.

What could Larry Winget have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Get a life

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Larry Winget?

I wouldn't

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None that I could tell

Any additional comments?

Get a job Larry and don't pretend to be a guru.

3 of 7 people found this review helpful