I do agree with you a bit on that Lonewolf......but that is part of it. You have to filter out the Americanisation and the 'spin' that he puts on it.... but surely there are a ton of things for almost anyone to pick up from TaGR.
Tony Robbins is great as well. I've only listened, read and seen videos, have not seen him in person, but he rocks. Clever guy, very passionate about his work. Another good one to add to the "Heroes" list.
I also hold Donald Trump and Bill Gates in very high regard, not that they have a thing to do with helping others develop themselves. At one point Donald Trump could walk to a bum in the street and know that he was $800m poorer than somone with nothing. But he clawed it all back, and well, is where he is now.
Faith, Persistance, Burning Desire, etc etc. Avoid the rat race and dont be cattle, demand what you want of your life and you shall have it.
Oh, and the stories are of course true, however hard to believe - the less imaginable, the more ideas are implanted into my head....the possiblities are endless!
Any Tony R has the benifit of still being able to add to his training, instead of being six feet under like Napoleon. I'm sure NH was just as enthusiastic when he was 30 something, when writing the book almost 100 years ago. Tony can play on the way the world has adapted and changed, making his info seem more relevant and possible, perhaps.