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There's Always a Way: How to Develop a Positive Mindset and Succeed in Life and Business

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Tony Little

Narrated By: Erik Synnestvedt

Publisher: Gildan Media

Date: January 2010

Duration: 7 hours 56 minutes

Summary:

A firm believer in the positive correlation between physical health and business success, Tony Little grew from fitness giant to world's most recognizable salesperson. In There's Always a Way, he shares his personal struggles and the secrets of his entrepreneurial success, motivating listeners to seize every business opportunity. Tony teaches listeners how to:

-Be dynamic: Tony shares how he went from an unknown to a world record-breaking salesperson. He discusses strategies to stand out from the pack and explains how mental focus, energy, and positive thinking build the foundation of success.

-Listen to your instincts: Tony defied the conventions of the fitness video industry, and he shares tips for knowing when to follow your inner voice all the way to success.

-Identify your unique niche: Having faced much criticism early in his career, Tony explains how to turn barriers that could hold you back into selling points that make you unique in the market.

-Use your weaknesses and fears as motivation: Admitting he's afraid every time he goes on air, Tony explains how to embrace fear to sharpen your game.

-Diversify: Tony is constantly approached with new products and concepts. He reveals how to decide what to back and explains how a strong understanding of your brand can make diversification an essential part of the natural growth of your business.

-Survive and thrive in a tough market: Having grown his business in a tough market, Tony explains how to stand out in these down times.

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There's Always a Way: How to Develop a Positive Mindset and Succeed in Life and Business

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