Kiss That Frog!
- 21 Ways to Turn Negatives into Positives
- Narrated by: Brian Tracy
- Length: 3 hrs and 51 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-03-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC
Tracy and Stein present a step-by-step plan that addresses the root causes of negativity, helps you uncover blocks that have become mental obstacles, and shows how you can transform them into stepping-stones to achieve your fullest potential. The audiobook distills, in an accessible and immediately useful form, what Tracy has presented in more than 5,000 talks and seminars with more than five million people in 58 countries and what Stein has learned through thousands of hours of counseling people from all walks of life.
The many powerful techniques and exercises in this audiobook will help you change your mind-set so that you discover something worthwhile in every person and experience, however difficult and challenging they might seem at first. You'll learn how to develop unshakable self-confidence, become your best self, and begin living an extraordinary life.
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By Francis on 01-04-13
Kiss That Frog!: 21 Ways to Turn Negatives into P+
What a read? What an essential tool in my life? I would recommend this book to any one struggling with their self image, one who's trying a new venture in a challenging environment and any one who needs and wants to stay positive. Brilliant!!!!!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
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By Nick on 20-04-12
Terrible audio quality for such a big name author
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Higher production value
Would you ever listen to anything by Brian Tracy and Christina Tracy Stein again?
What didn’t you like about Brian Tracy’s performance?
For such a famous and big name author you would expect a higher production value than what is recorded here. It sounds like Mr. Tracy recorded this audiobook in his bathroom with a cheap computer and a microphone he bought from a toy store.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
the subject matter was unique.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By jonathan on 09-08-12
Vague and often false advice on positive thinking
I agree with other reviewers in that this book isn't reasonable. Thinking positively isn't only about replacing negative emotions with positive ones, but about living in truth. For example, the book condemns all guilt and claims anyone who uses guilt over another is wrong. This is simply incorrect; thinking positive is more than pretending one is not guilty and replacing negative feelings with positive ones; it seems reasonable that positive thinking is living in truth; that may mean ackowledging our guilt and doing something to remove it and then building a better life. Positive thinking is useless in my view if it's not based on truth.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful