Motivational Book – Grow a Pair: How to Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business, and Your Sanity by Larry Winget

Motivational Book – Grow a Pair: How to Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business, and Your Sanity by Larry Winget


Motivational Book – Grow a Pair: How to Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business, and Your Sanity by Larry Winget

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Review

“I like the way Larry Winget practices tough love. He doesn’t tell you what you want to hear so you’ll feel warm and fuzzy; he tells you what you need to hear so you’ll feel uncomfortable and improve your life. Do yourself a favor and read this book."
—Mark Sanborn, bestselling author of The Fred Factor and You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader

“There’s only one person in the world who could write this book.  And lucky for you – he did. I dare you to read it.  You may love it.  You might hate it.  But read it."
—Randy Gage, author of the New York Times bestseller Risky is the New Safe

“It has never been more important for you to stand up for yourself and your rights.  In Grow A Pair, Larry explains practical strategies for protecting yourself, your family and our country!"
—Grant Cardone, TV’s TurnAround King

“Larry Winget is the perfect balance of you ‘get over yourself’ and ‘take responsibility.’  You don’t have an ounce of breathing space to be less than, blame, or wait for success.  This is why no one has the ability to get you fast results in your life or business like Larry.  Few books can kick your butt so far so fast.”
—Suzanne Evans, award winning entrepreneur and life coach at Be The Change

The self-proclaimed “Pitbull of Personal Development” bares his Libertarian teeth to take a bite out of life in this unusual self-help tome. Winget (Your Kids Are Your Own Fault) rails against the American culture of entitlement and encourages readers to make life-changes based on “personal responsibility, accountability, confidence, and integrity.” In other words, “grow a pair.” His main beef is that society has been “castrated by… new age, smiley face, psychobabble,” resulting in a spineless population that feels it is “owed healthcare benefits” and is overly concerned with political correctness. Winget emboldens readers to blaze a path through life with a strong sense of purpose, self-possession, and the ability to learn from criticism and failure. To that end, he explains how to “grow a pair with your money,” in business, at home, and in society, while relating lessons from his own experiences—from working his way out of the recession to handling conflict with his wife and putting an obnoxious airplane passenger in his place. Winget’s bite is commensurate with his bark, and, though pit bulls used to be known as “Nanny Dogs,” this one seems to be only looking out for himself. Illus. Agent: Jay Mandel, WME Entertainment. (Sept. 16)