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Best-selling author, Larry Winget, offers bold advice in new book,"Grow a Pair"

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Larry Winget is direct when he shares advice about how to "stop being a victim and take back your life, your business, and your sanity" in his latest book,"Grow a Pair." Larry has a long track record of best-selling books and motivational presentations designed to get people to take actions to transform their lives.

This book is a fast-read with powerful messages and easy concepts. Larry explains that "Growing a Pair" is a state of mind, an attitude, and a way of thinking."

Larry's #1 Rule in Business and Life is very straightforward and clear," Do what you said you would do, when you said you would do it, and the way you said you would do it." Following this one rule could change the operations of many people's businesses.

Clearly, Larry knows that not everyone will like him, love him, or agree with him, and he's not concerned about that. He says in "Grow a Pair," The only way to avoid criticism is to say nothing, be nothing, and do nothing."

There are a number of principles and business concepts that Larry shares with the readers of this book including the idea that he's not looking to take care of people, he wants to teach people to take care of themselves.

Early in the book Larry explains that he's a big believer in "Doing the right thing." He notes that people should "Do the right thing" all the time, even if others are doing the wrong things.

As the Pitbull of Personal Development, Larry Winget has lead the pathway to personal success which includes being the author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers including," Your Kids are Your Own Fault," " People Are Idiots and I Can Prove It!,"You're Broke Because You Want to Be," "It's Called Work For a Reason," "Shut-Up , Stop Whining ," and "Get a Life."

A few of the topics discussed in this book are about establishing the standard by which you will live your life and about drawing lines in the sand which you won't cross.

This author emphasizes knowing yourself, your values, a becoming uncompromising in your willingness to do whatever it takes to stand up for them.

A few subjects you'll encounter are taking personal responsibility, accountability, confidence, and integrity.

If you are ready to learn how to be more decisive, how to make big bold, balsy plans, know you need clear priorities to success, and you are willing to learn, this book will give you what you are looking for.

Larry Winget has more than 20 years of experience as a professional speaker. He has made presentations to more than 400 of the Fortune 500 , and is a member of the International Speaker Hall of Fame.

You may know Larry from his coaching of families in financial distress on A&E's reality series,"Big Spender."

Larry Winget is hosting an upcoming online event called based on the title of his new book called "Grow a Pair Live."

http://www.LarryWinget.com

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