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What’s Wrong With Damn Near Everything: How To Fix It!
Why are things like the government, and business and families such a mess?
We all know that Government in the form it’s in, and has been in for a very long time is ineffective. In fact if it was a business, we’d probably have to have a liquidation sale.
Businesses too seem to have gotten a little lost; forgetting that business is not only about profit, but you can’t have a business unless it’s profitable. Then there’s families, over scheduled, entitled children and their obsessive helicopter parents… Sometimes it can seem like there’s something Wrong With Damn Near Everything… Our guest is here today to tell us What’s Wrong With Damn Near Everything: How The Collapse of Core Values is Destroying Us And How To Fix It!
Our guest today is Larry Winget is a bestselling author, television personality, social commentator and internationally acclaimed speaker.
He has also written six New York Times/Wall Street Journal bestselling books that have been translated into over 20 languages including Shut Up, Stop Whining and Get A Life; You’re Broke Because You Want To Be; It’s Called Work For A Reason; People Are Idiots And I Can Prove It; Your Kids Are Your Own Fault; and Grow A Pair: How To Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business and Your Sanity.
His newest book What’s Wrong With Damn Near Everything: How The Collapse of Core Values is Destroying Us And How To Fix It was released July, 2017.
Larry has starred in his own television series on A&E, two PBS specials and two CNBC specials. He’s appeared on Dr. Phil, The Today Show, Tool Academy, The Big Idea, Larry King, and in three national television commercials.
Larry is a regular contributor on many national television news shows on the topics of success, business, personal finance, and parenting. He is also a member of the Speaker Hall Of Fame and is the trademarked Pitbull of Personal Development®.
For more on Larry Winget and all his resources: www.LarryWinget.com
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