I sometimes have a flair for the dramatic when talking about important business building ideas. I am dead serious about this one:
The topic of this call is the secret to the universe, and will radically alter the course of your destiny if you apply it.
What I mean by “secret to the universe*” is that when you build strong mentoring relationships with people who are deeply committed to your personal and professional success, you are propelled faster towards the things you want to accomplish in life than any other single thing you do.
Keith Ferrazzi, bestselling author of Never Eat Alone, just released a new book called Who’s Got Your Back which gives detailed instructions for how to build your own circle of trusted advisors, mentors and colleagues.
I am really excited about the book, since I think it provides great background for people who know they want to expand their network, but feel awkward or overwhelmed doing it.
Tomorrow, June 11 at 3pm EST (12pm Pacific/1pm Mountain/2pm Central) I will be a guest panelist on a free call hosted by Author Teleseminars founder Elizabeth Marshall along with Keith Ferrazzi and best-selling author Daniel Pink (Free Agent Nation, A Whole New Mind, The Adventures of Johnny Bunko).
You can sign up for our free teleseminar here.
Buy the book here, and if you want to invest in 3 copies, check out some cool free bonuses here.
If you can’t make it, sign up anyway, we will record the call and share it afterward.
I am really excited about the conversation, since I know that each of us will provide a little different perspective from our own personal journeys, as well as our work with clients.
*P.S. There are certainly other very important things secrets to the universe like which will be the last bug standing after an alien attack and what really happens when we die or did Valerie Bertinelli get plastic surgery or does she just look smoking hot after eating Jenny Craig. These will not be addressed in this book, or the seminar, so if you find out the answers, please let me know.
The teleseminar was great since I hadn’t had a chance to find out what the book is all about. I immediately realized that it would be good for me to get copies for me and two friends of mine. We already meet once a month to spill and check up on each others progress, but this book will give us framework to make our long lunch sessions even more helpful.
And off course Pam’s comments were superb!
I bought Keith’s book a few weeks ago… enjoyed it. (I have Pam’s book, too, and have read Daniel’s work as well). I found the teleseminar to be useful, even though I missed the first 20 minutes of it.
Having attended Keith’s kick off event in LA, I definitely will sign up. Thanks for sharing this 🙂
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Seems like a very worthy book reading. Is it available on amazon for Asian customer? Because Amazon does not ship everywhere, darn1
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This *almost* makes up for the fact that I will miss you by one day, both in Seattle and Washington DC! Sounds awesome, thank you 🙂
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