A Book Recommendation – It’s Not About You, Bob Burg and John David Mann

There has only been one book in my life (other than the Bible) where I’ve bought more than one copy.  That was The Go-Giver, by Bob Burg and John David Mann.  The concepts are simple but profound.

Well, I’m thinking that another book is about to share that distinction.  Bob and John have finished their next book and my only challenge is whether I pre-order the book in hardcopy so I can pass it on (as I know I will want to do) or download it on Kindle so I can get it immediately!

Set once again in the fictional Pindar’s town (with some inside
references readers of THE GO-GIVER will enjoy bumping into!), this book
expands on the first book’s Third Law, “The Law of Influence,” showing
what happens when an unexpectedly cagey mentor by the name of Aunt Elle
takes the ambitious young Ben under her wing and shifts his focus in a
way he never expected.

The book is filled with quotes you’ll use the rest of your life! And
if you currently lead a team, my guess is you’ll most likely suggest
that everyone on your team read it.

Today is the official pre-release date for my
friends, Bob Burg and John David Mann’s brand new parable, IT’S NOT
ABOUT YOU.

Written in the style of their huge international bestseller,
THE GO-GIVER, the story is woven around captivating new characters who
will both touch your heart and show you how to be the leader and
influencer you’ve always known you can be.

If you like, you can go to www.INAYbook.com and download Chapters One
and Two. If you like what you read (and I believe you will) you can
click right through and purchase online, or wait and pick it up at your
favorite local booksellers.

You’re going to love this book.

Learn, prosper, and most of all, enjoy!

1 thought on “A Book Recommendation – It’s Not About You, Bob Burg and John David Mann”

  1. Chicke, thank you so much for your very kind post about John David Mann's and my newest book. I have (and I know John has) the utmost appreciation for your friendship!

    Best regards,
    Bob

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