The Think Big Manifesto

  • by Michael Port, Mina Samuels
  • Narrated by Michael Port
  • 3 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Every year, millions of people fall victim to a debilitating disease - a disease that cripples careers, destroys relationships, and undermines the health and happiness of the entire world. This disease is responsible for poverty, crime, war, natural disasters, and our economic ills. It has had no name until now - it's called small thinking. Its hallmarks are a failure of imagination and a disbelief in human possibility. In The Think Big Manifesto, Michael Port calls you, and the world, to action by offering a simple solution to a serious syndrome. Think big, commit to quantum change, envision your future, climb your mountains, and incite the revolution our society needs - if it is to survive. But it takes a personal revolution to stop accepting what is and start energetically creating what is possible. You can't wait until later to do big things. It's up to you to achieve your dreams, to head in the right direction, and to keep your focus. If you think you've waited too long, that there's no point anyway, or that it's too late - that's just small thinking.But even the most talented and self-confident among us often forget to think big. It's not always easy to do. That's why The Think Big Manifesto is not your average motivational guide. You'll find 10 fundamental principles for thinking big and a personal code of conduct for changing the way you approach the world - today. The time has come. Port urges you not to sit back, hesitate, or wait. He awakens your big-thinking self. He stirs the contagious, catalytic power of once dormant big thoughts that are now ready to be released. He asks you to look inward, outward, and upward - to think bigger about who you are and what you offer the world.


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Customer Reviews

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Great Book

I don't know why this book received 2 bad reviews. This has been in my audible collection for quite some time and I always return to it for another listen, especially when I get that "no drive, no focus" feeling.

The subject matter is geared towards people who are in the position to do "something big" - I'd recommend it to any entrepreneur developing a new product/service. Unfortunately this book might bore you if you work for a company that does not support or encourage innovation.
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- Werner

Think Big Think Big Think Big

Not a good book. Content is not organized and does not flow in any coherent manner, almost as if he makes random statements about how we have to think big to succeed. Also his voice and tone is incredibly annoying, especially in the beginning.
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- Harshi

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-08-2009
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC