"Larry Winget takes a tough love approach to helping you improve your life with this book but you'll be glad you read it. He doesn't mince words yet his advice for making more of yourself is spot on."
—Mark Sanborn, bestselling author, The Fred Factor and You Don't Need a Title to be a Leader
"Read [Winget’s] gripping advice, and you won’t roll over and play dead ever again."
–United Features Syndicate
"An in-your-face, take-no-prisoners book for those who know they need a little bit of the plain truth…and, especially for those who don’t. It’s a book that I needed to read…and, I’ll bet that you do, too." –McKainViewpoint.com
“Consider me a raving fan.” –RevivingWorkEthic.com
The book was amazing,funny with lots of great information.
He makes us look in the mirror and realize that we all have the power we need to be the best that we can be and to help others do the same.
Larry tells it like it is and if you don't like it, "It's your own damn fault!" "Grow a Pair" and get on with life!
Gives a Broadbent perspective Into how to keep up and make a stand. I would love to combine this book with some insights from psychology.Published 13 days ago by CHRISTIAN D KNUDSEN
As always...Larry tells it like it is. If you want rainbow and sunshine answers........best move down the road. If you like a good slap in the face (or two) this guy delivers. Read morePublished 13 days ago by john davis
Ihave a pair .What i find with books like this,which are great is that people without a pair dont read them.Published 20 days ago by Ann Courtney
My first Larry Winget book. So far it makes me want to go out and do the right thing. And that gives me energy. A lot of common sense in this book.Published 1 month ago by E. Wright
Truer words never written!!!! This book was absolutely awesome. Winget hits the nail on the head and does an exceptional job of providing the tools to truly call a spade a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by kate dirkse
Love the straightforward advice. Sometimes we all need either a kick in the pants or a wake up call to live life to it's fullest. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Squint