The cancer of "political correctness" has not only helped to form a society of insincere, oversensitive, and underachieving people - it has deprived individuals of the joy of living authentically and boldly, the life the late Henry David Thoreau called people to live when he implored us to move "confidently in the direction of our own dreams". Well, living authentically and boldly has never been a problem for Larry Winget. Known as the Pitbull of Personal Development®, Larry is not afraid to tell it like it is about what it takes to be successful. And he's also not afraid of skewering some of those well-known shibboleths of personal development - like the law of attraction and the path of "effortless success" that are peddled by so many motivational speakers.
In this program Larry will take on the political correctness that has infected our society and the personal development industry. And he'll outline an effective "back to the basics" approach to help you be more successful. Larry still believes that hard work and excellence are the keys to success and communicates that like no other person on the planet can!
Larry makes you think. He makes you uncomfortable. He offers common-sense solutions that are impossible to argue with. On top of all that, he is hilarious.
Here's just a few things you'll learn in this unforgettable program:
Why being politically correct will leave you unhappy, uninspired, and unsure about your future.
Why it takes a contrarian approach to be successful and true to yourself in this upside-down politically correct world.
Why you need to fix yourself first rather than putting your focus on how to fix others or society.
Why letting go of your need for approval is essential to happiness.
How to get to the point and ask for what you want in life - directly and decisively.
How to make big, bold, and brash plans for your life.
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Shame on Larry
No nonsense approach
This is pretty high on my list because I hate bs and love straight to the point conversations
We are in control of everything that happens to us.
Yes, delivered it more like a conference than a book.
This book was good but went over every aspect of life not just business. I also got another one and that one was almost like this one. Not sure there is anymore to offer from him, he makes it pretty simple, there isn't much else to say but you fix it or your stupid.