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New York Times best-selling author Winget (www.larrywinget.com) presents his fourth self-help guide, following You're Broke Because You Want To Be (2008). At the start he cautions that his style is abrasive and may offend, but his advice is actually no--nonsense and practical (e.g., Want more money? Analyze your spending habits, cut out nonessentials, and don't live beyond your means). He repeatedly suggests forgoing television for reading, which librarians will appreciate. Winget reads his own work with an appealing Oklahoma twang and a perfectly timed delivery. Though the book doesn't cover new ground, the presentation will be popular. Recommended.-Nann Blaine Hilyard, Zion-Benton P.L., IL Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.
"Larry's frank, brutal, tough and sometimes even obnoxious! But you
know something? He has a big heart and an even bigger gut for how
we can avoid big mistakes."
aNeil Cavuto, "Fox News"
"A bald-headed, cowboy-booted combination of Will Rogers, Norman Vincent Peale and Vince Lombardi, Larry Winget is an American treasure."
?James Bradley, "New York Times" Bestselling Author, "Flags of Our Fathers" and "Flyboys"
"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"
"Larry's frank, brutal, tough and sometimes even obnoxious! But you know something? He has a big heart and an even bigger gut for how we can avoid big mistakes."
? Neil Cavuto, "Fox News"
?His advice . . . is so blunt and so true that it might keep you sane until you retire.?
? "Bloomberg News"