Item description for Winning 101: Insight and Motivation to Help You Achieve Excellence by Van Crouch & Mike Murdock...
Readers who are ready to develop a winner's perspective and a winner's lifestyle will grab "The Winning 101 Devotional" and start the most exciting race of their life. Daily inspiration and practical tips are presented by top motivational speaker Van Crouch. These dynamic one-page devotions encourage readers to overcome obstacles, aim for excellence, and become an achiever .
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Studio: Honor Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 4.32" Width: 5.99" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 1995
Publisher Honor Books
ISBN 1562920839 ISBN13 9781562920838
Availability 0 units.
More About Van Crouch & Mike Murdock
Van Crouch is in demand for his thought-provoking seminars and keynote engagements to Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, professional and collegiate sports teams, churches and para-church organizations, and management and sales conventions worldwide. As the founder and president of Van Crouch Communications, Van challenges individuals to dare to achieve excellence in their lives. Van is the author of numerous motivational books including Stay in the Game, Dare to Succeed, Take It Back,
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Winning 101, The C.E.O's Little Instruction Book, and Storehouse Principle. Van and his wife, Doni, reside in Wheaton, Illinois.
Van Crouch currently resides in Wheaton, in the state of Illinois.
Reviews - What do customers think about Winning 101: Insight and Motivation to Help You Achieve Excellence?
Some Good Material May 15, 2010
There are some good examples in this book of people who have overcome challenges to accomplish their goals in various arenas. The book is divided into devotional type units that can be read independently, in no particular order. Each segment's thought includes a Scripture and illustration.
Crouch is a master communicator. His way with words facilitates learning the principles he presents. A few excerpts make the point: "champions...trust God while others ask for answers" (p. 160). "The world is full of willing people, some willing to work, the others willing to let them" (p. 154). "When somebody says they need to refer to a committee before making a decision, you have the wrong person" (p. 138).
If I had not read Crouch's more recent book, "Dare to Succeed" I would have been more impressed with this one. A substantial amount of the two books is identical. Another weakness is in some of the people he holds up as role models. Oprah Winfrey and Clarence Darrow do not share the believes of orthodox Christians, yet in Crouch's book they're praised as leaders to be emulated. I find that odd.
Crouch is a gifted humorist. His jokes achieve the desired effect. He makes a serious point through this audience-endearing approach. There are more positives than negatives to the book and even if you've purchased them both, repetition can help reinforce the material.