It’s The Extraordinary Business Book Club’s half-century episode! And we’re celebrating with an extraordinary selection of Best Bits from episodes 41-49:
- Michael E. Gerber on creating a legacy
- David Taylor on being the best you
- Martin Goodyer on the single strong idea
- Heather McGowan on visualizing information
- Emma Serlin on the psychology of speaking
- Susan Heaton Wright on overcoming the fear of speaking in public
- Kelly Pietrangeli on building the platform before the book
- Scott Pack on what it takes to crowdfund a book successfully
- Guy Kawasaki on crowdsourcing feedback to improve the book
It’s an incredible line-up, and the themes reflect the very best of The Extraordinary Business Book Club, from the big picture to the tactical details of communicating your unique message in a multiplatform world.
Plug in and play, and lose yourself in half an hour of inspiration, ideas and insight. And cake.
This Book Means Business table of contents: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19VcymKlxPtgee1WQrPkrp9JhowVVHQCBzx74Y4YfAAA/edit?usp=sharing
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