Jon Taffer is the host of SpikeTV’s hugely popular bar rescue show. In the book Don’t Bullsh *t Yourself!, the author teaches you how to stop lying to yourself and turn excuses into solutions to improve your own life and business. You are your own enemy, if you fail you can fight with yourself, you will come back to win.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Don’t Bullsh*t Yourself! audiobook by Janna Beaufait
Love the content, the reading, not so much.
The sample is read by the author and lead me to believe that the entire book was as well. The content was excellent and very useful. I’ve already listened to the book twice. I wish Jon had read his entire book not just the forward.
Review 2: Don’t Bullsh*t Yourself! audiobook by Pam Swearingen
I love the honesty.
It’s only slightly brutal, so no harm done.
A good catalyst for getting your momentum going again.
Review 3: Don’t Bullsh*t Yourself! audiobook by Roman
Hello, originally I had written a fair, unbiased review of the book I purchased, and had also given it a 3 Star rating. I do not know why my original review was found to be unacceptable by Amazon.com, but that said, I’ve decided to write another review from a different, yet valid, perspective.
The book is no doubt entertaining, but it really didn’t provide the type of inspiration & motivation I was expecting to get from the master of the bar rescue. I call this kind of book a “teaser”, because it has a great cover, a great cover back lacks substance. Mr. Taffer might disagree, but having been in business for over 45 years, and having had my fair share of ups and downs, I believe I am in a solid position to provide this constructive criticism.
Not too long ago, Mr. Taffer was hosted by Entrepreneur Magazine to give a kind of “Ted Talk” to the audience. The name of the presentation was, “Watch Jon Taffer’s Unforgettable Talk About Eviscerating Excuses and Busting Business Myths.” It was a great presentation, and much of what was touched on in this presentation should have been included in the this book, but it wasn’t.
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