• Self-Improvement 101

  • What Every Leader Needs to Know
  • By: John C. Maxwell
  • Narrated by: Sean Runnette
  • Length: 2 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (106 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The best leaders know that success is about more than winning - it's about improving and developing. Self-Improvement 101 shares best-selling author John C. Maxwell's tips, tactics, and inspiration that compel leaders to reach ever higher levels.

Drawing from the wisdom in his books Your Road Map for Success, Talent Is Never Enough, Developing the Leaders Around You, Failing Forward, The 360 Degree Leader, Winning with People, and Leadership Gold, John C. Maxwell provides in Self-Improvement 101 the essentials all leaders need to keep striving for excellence no matter where they are or what they are doing. After all, great leaders who are growth oriented rather than goal oriented never "arrive"; they just keep building upon what they are learning.

©2009 John C. Maxwell (P)2015 Thomas Nelson Publishers

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meh a few good insights

he had a few good insights and lessons but I really don't care about his career as a pastor and he goes over it over and over again

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Great book

This is a great start to self improvement and to help in leadership. Thank you!

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excellent read with funny moral stories.

I listen to this book and other self improvement books every morning to start my day. In 3 days it's already made a huge impact on positive things habits.

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good book to listen to for nuggets

the speaker had a voice that was hard to follow.. great book on info about self improvement

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I loved it! Very informative!

The information wasn't difficult to understand. Application wasn't complicated either. Really a great book! Awesome!

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  • 06-23-21

This book is small but its content very powerful.

I loved it. Every chapter was full of wisdom. Will definitely be applying in my personal development growth

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  • Claire Cannell
  • 01-14-19

A great read

Very easy to listen to and makes perfect sense. Would definitely recommend this book to others

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  • Andreas
  • 08-14-15

Very good but

Very good points from the author, but if you have listened few more of his audio books, he repeats again and again the same examples/stories of people, this is a bit disappointing.