What would you do if you knew you would succeed, and nothing could hold you back?
Would you pursue a dream that feels unattainable? Would you finally sign up for that master’s program? Would you make a to-do list and actually follow through with it?
Get S--t Done is a series of audio programs designed to help you practice self-discipline, overcome procrastination, and train your brain to believe that possibilities are endless. From scientific ways to break patterns of thinking to a practical methodology for goal setting (and achieving), you’ll quickly learn that success is more accessible than you believe. Whether you’re a student, high-level executive or CEO of a major company, the audio programs in this compilation will provide you with the tools you need to get sh*t done.
If you’re ready to kickstart your journey to greater success and eliminate excuses that are holding you back, it’s time to take the step and learn from the experts. You won’t regret it!
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- Wagner Family
Missing workbook & speaking challenges
I’ve always given positive reviews until now. But because I loved the sample audio and was expecting powerful content that this did not deliver I must be honest in providing an accurate review of my short experience here.
This does seem to have some decent content however the narrator mentions again and again and again the workbook and other worksheets that are NOT even available to download. Nor are they mentioned where they can be found. I constantly hear her ruffling papers and turning pages but where is our workbook to follow along?
Also this sounds like a recording from a conference that starts after her audience attended a few chapters before the actual audiobook begins.
The narrator also appears to have much difficulty in her speaking ability throughout. Granted I could not finish listening past the first hour or so.
Just be forewarned that this is by far my worst Audible experience and I’m not a picky person.
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- 1Diamond Statusy
I don’t care at all for the TITLE of this book. And I am even more surprised that Zig Ziglar would approve of such profanity, even with the missing “i”.
I agree wholeheartedly with the previous review regarding the missing workbook. So far, I do not have a problem with the first narrator, as she was speaking or turning the pages, because that’s what she would have been doing anyway in front of a live audience. I loved what she had to say, but again there is “NO workbook” for me to follow along and actually benefit from the lessons that she is teaching. PLEASE provide a WORKBOOK DOWNLOAD. This will be a hard book for me to continue listening to without being able to use a workbook. I do not have the time, or the inclination to try to create my own workbook to follow along with her. Please fix this! I would gladly give this book a five star rating once a workbook is provided.
Thank you very kindly!🤗🌈
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