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Free E-book by Seth Godin

posted Dec 16, 2009, 5:41 AM by Dave Brautigan   [ updated Dec 16, 2009, 6:08 AM ]
Here is a great free book!!  Its available via PDF download in the attachments section below!  THANKS to Zappos and Seth Godin for passing on some free knowledge!!


Now, more than ever, we need to shake things up.

Newauthors 

Now, more than ever, we need a different way of thinking, a useful way to focus and the energy to turn the game around. I hope a new ebook I've organized will get you started on that path. It took months, but I think you'll find it worth the effort. (Downloadhere).

Here are more than seventy big thinkers, each sharing an idea for you to think about as we head into the new year. From bestselling author Elizabeth Gilbert to brilliant tech thinker Kevin Kelly, from publisher Tim O'Reilly to radio host Dave Ramsey, there are some important people riffing about important ideas here. The ebook includes Tom Peters, Fred Wilson, Jackie Huba and Jason Fried, along with Gina Trapani, Bill Taylor and Alan Webber.


Check it out in the attachments section or click here for a download



Seth Godin:

  • writes the most popular marketing blog in the world;
  • is the author of the bestselling marketing books of the last decade;
  • speaks to large groups on marketing, new media and what's next;
  • and is the founder of Squidoo.com, a fast-growing recommendation website.

You can read his wikipedia bio, reviews of his seminars and what Google thinks of him.

Author of ten books that have been bestsellers around the world and changed the way people think about marketing, change and work. His books have been translated into more than 20 languages, and his ebooks are among the most popular ever published. He is responsible for many words in the marketer's vocabulary, including permission marketing, ideaviruses, purple cows, the dip and sneezers. His irrepressible speaking style and no-holds-barred blog have helped him create a large following around the world.

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Dave Brautigan,
Dec 16, 2009, 6:06 AM