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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2010

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    An Incredible Book on Business and Leadership!

    Whether you're trying to build a band or a brand new business, this book offers you an outline on how to succeed. The author provides an engaging read while outlining the steps and personal qualities you'll need to win in any business endeavor. As one who has also been in the music business, I found myself laughing out loud at some of the escapades the author and his wife had to endure on their way to their destination. Each chapter outlines a different facet of what it takes to succeed. Lee Witt has hit a home run with this book. I expect to see him on Oprah pretty soon!

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  • Posted December 29, 2009

    Wow! This Guy Doesn't Mess Around!

    What an outstanding book! I don't know how one would categorize this because it's self-help, business education, motivational and personal growth all in one. The author provides a blueprint for taking an idea and turning it into a reality. He calls it the "Always Advance" Performance Methodology. He shows us, in a very no-nonsense way, that you can make things happen at any age and against the odds. My favorite chapter is the third. In chapter three, he addresses the three things that can keep us from accomplishing anything. He then gives us strategies to overcome each one.

    In chapter four, he shows us how emotional intelligence can put us over the top in any kind of career. While telling the story of the band, he actually gives us the tools to succeed in any endeavor. I love this book and I'm going to keep it close to refer to again and again. Well done!

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