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Publisher's Summary

The Power of Persistence contains the most uplifting and impacting stories of how persistence has shaped the greatest leaders in business and life in general. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between those who have enormous success and those who just barely make it by? This book will show you why persistence is the number one skill the greatest successes have, and most importantly, how you can have it too!

©2009 Justin Sachs (P)2009 Justin Sachs

Critic Reviews

“This book teaches you perhaps the most important success principle ever discovered-- Persistence. When you apply it to your life, your life will be forwever changed.” (Joanna Vaiou, Founder of Success Business Mindset)
“This book, very simply, focuses on a key ingredient to being successful in work and everyday life. It shares insights, personal stories and tips to the most powerful component of success... persistence. Once you fully understand and embrace its beauty and strength, you can unleash your own personal power. Go for it!!” (Mary Jones, Host of The Mary Jones Show, Co-host of All That and More)

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  • Shilo
  • 27-02-10

Pretty Boring

This audio has a strong and repititive message: persistence pays off. However, it's the delivery that is lacking. The audio is a stream of unknown people telling their stories of persistence- from the man who got a divorce and later remarried, to a woman who was temporarily paralyzed. These stories are somewhat lacking because they are often hard to relate to. Furthermore, in the middle of one story, the narrator cut out and another story simply and akwardly began without finishing the previous story. It was bizarre. Anyway, in summation, I wish I had not wasted my credit on this book.

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  • Ryan
  • 21-03-12

Do yourself a favour and buy a meal instead

The audio is horrible, it sounds like someone made this sitting in his basement. You can hear him moving away from the mic to get something while reading, and one reader actually forgets their script and the audio ends there. Quite a rip off.

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