25 Ways to Win with People: How to Make Others Feel Like a Million Bucks

Abridged Audiobook

Written By: John Maxwell

Narrated By: Wayne Shepherd

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Date: August 2011

Duration: 2 hours 18 minutes


You’ve read John Maxwell’s best-selling Winning with People, and now you’re ready for some specific action steps to build on the knowledge you gained. 25 Ways to Win With People has just what you need! This complementary companion to the full-sized book is ideal for a quick refresher course on interpersonal relationships.

A small sampling of the twenty-five specific actions readers can take to build positive, healthy relationships includes:

* Complimenting People in Front of Others
* Creating a Memory and Visiting It Often
* Encouraging the Dreams of Others


  • Tannia Groover

    This book gave me some real life tips on winning with people. A very good read if you're looking to improve your relationships

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Anonymous

    After the intro, this sounds like someone reading from the script of a play. Apparently the book is a dialog between John and someone else, and the narrator simply reads, "John: Blah, blah... Les: Blah, blah..." instead of orienting the listener by saying, "John said, 'Blah, blah. Les said, 'Blah, blah." I know they're supposed to read directly from the text, but the single reader (who has a very bland style) makes it difficult to follow. And then there's the (shall we say) substance, which isn't. Really... "Giving complements is a great way to win with people!" Does anyone with any common sense not know this already? Maybe the unabridged version gives better (any) actual information we can use, but this is NOT worth the time.

  • Anonymous

    Great listen. Super advice from Christian perspective. Highly recommend it....

  • Mel

    A "gotta read" for anyone who wants to work on their skills for interpersonal relationships. Great ideas to put into action!

  • Richard Zdanis

    Good, but obvious to most of us that have been in sales for a career. However, it's always effective to hear these things again and again to refresh your memory. I highly recommend this book for those looking to "go back to basics."