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"It's Called Work For A Reason! Your Success Is Your Own Damn Fault" is the first of Larry Winget's books I've read, and it won't be the last. I thoroughly enjoyed the self-described Pitbull of Personal Development's take on succeeding in the workplace. Regardless if you are an employee or an employer, Winget has some advice for you, and you better be thick-skinned to take it. Winget knows he will make some people upset, maybe downright mad, with his in-your-face, it's your fault, shut-up and listen style, and he is okay with that. I'm okay with that too, since just about everything Winget advises is common sense. This isn't rocket science, and it isn't anything new or cutting edge. It is common sense with a strong work ethic. That's how Winget says you will succeed, and I agree with him. "It's Called Work For A Reason" is easy to read and entertaining. Some of the stories about bad customer service had me shaking my head with agreement, because I have had similar bad experiences, such as when a clerk could not do simple math to figure out how much change I was due, so she asked me if I really needed it back. I not only had to tell her the amount to give me, but what coins made up that amount. Anyway, Winget has a lot of entertaining stories that drive home the points he makes. These points are pretty simple, just like he says success is. Things like "No one owes you a living," or "Results are everything!" Sure, loving or at least liking your job is preferred, but Winget points out you don't have to love it, you just have to do it. You don't have to be friends and close with co-workers either, you just have to do the job you are paid to do. Winget provides advice for those who run companies and lead as well. His eight ATEs of leadership provide some good advice here, and his advice on selling, because "nothing happens until something is sold" contains some gems as well. The chapter on short, hard, expensive lessons could be turned into an in-your-face motivational greeting card series. Lessons such as "Of all the people who will never leave you, you are the only one," or If you aren't willing to put your money where your mouth is, you don't really believe in what you are doing." I also liked, "Change is inevitable, but growth is optional." If you want kick-in-the-pants encouragement to grow, to do better, to be responsible for your own success, read Larry Winget's "It's Called Work For A Reason."

Alain Burrese, J.D. is a performance and personal development expert who teaches how to live, take action, and get things done through the Warrior's Edge. Alain combines his military, martial art, and Asian experiences with his business, law, and conflict resolution education into a powerful way of living with balance, honor, and integrity. He teaches how to use the Warrior's Edge to Take Action and Achieve Remarkable Results. Alain is the author of Hard-Won Wisdom From The


School Of Hard Knocks, the DVDs Hapkido Hoshinsul, Streetfighting Essentials, Hapkido Cane, the Lock On Joint Locking series, and numerous articles and reviews. You can read more articles, over 100 reviews, and see clips of his DVDs as well as much more at http://www.burrese.com

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