GROW A PAIR
New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestseller
We’ve become a society of weenies. Think about it: we get bad service, for the most part we don’t do a thing about it. We walk down the street and watch people throw their trash on the ground, but we don’t want to say anything to them. We go to move theaters, people around us texting on their phones, talking, some having full out conversations, but oh no, we don’t want to tell them to shut up because they’re ruining the movie for us and everyone else. Whats happened to us? Well it has to stop. That’s why I wrote this book, Grow a Pair: How to Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business, and Your Sanity. Its exactly what we need right now in this country. Grow a pair, and go buy your’s today.
What People Are Saying
Do yourself a favor and read this book.
Bestselling author of The Fred Factor
Larry Winget is the perfect balance of “get over yourself” & “take responsibility”. Few books can kick your butt so far so fast.”
Award Winning Entrepreneur
There’s only one person in the world who could write this book. And lucky for you – he did.
Bestselling author of Risky Is The New Safe
It has never been more important for you to stand up for yourself and your rights.
TV’s TurnAround King
About the Book
We’ve all heard the phrase “grow a pair,” but the way that Larry Winget is using it has nothing to do with masculine versus feminine. This time “growing a pair” is a state of mind, an attitude, and a way of thinking. It’s about giving up being a victim and taking control of your life at every level. It is the willingness to do the right thing even when everyone else is doing the wrong thing. It’s about drawing lines in the sand. It’s about knowing yourself, knowing your values, and being uncompromising in your willingness to do whatever it takes to stand up for them.
Larry applies GROW A PAIR: How to Stop Being a Victim and Take Back Your Life, Your Business, and Your Sanity as philosophy to our personal lives, to the way we parent and interact with our families, to the way we approach our careers and our businesses, and to the way we manage our personal finances.
In GROW A PAIR, Larry takes on entitlement culture, the misguided intentions of the self-help movement, political correctness, and more. This pithy, un-sugarcoated book of advice teaches readers how to reclaim control of their lives and their success by embracing personal responsibility, standing up for themselves, and being assertive in order to get the results they want.