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INTRODUCTION

Every book is a conversation between the author and the individual reading it. Some people pick up a book hoping for a bit of
encouragement. Some devour a book’s information as if they were attending an intensive seminar. Others find in its pages a mentor they can meet with on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The thing I love about writing books is that it allows me to “talk” to many people I will never personally meet. That’s why I made the decision in 1977 to become an author. I had a passion to add value to people that energized me to write. That passion still burns within me today. Few things are more rewarding to me than being on the road and having someone I’ve never met approach me to say, “Thank you. Your books have really helped me.” It’s why I write—and intend to continue writing! Despite the deep satisfaction of knowing that my books help people,
there is also a great frustration that comes with being an author. Once a
book is published, it freezes in time. If you and I knew each other
personally and we met weekly or monthly to talk about leadership, every
time we got together I’d share with you something new I’d learned. As a
person, I continue to grow. I’m constantly reading. I’m analyzing my
mistakes. I’m talking to excellent leaders to learn from them. Each time
you and I were to sit down, I’d say, “You won’t believe what I just
learned.”
As a conference and event speaker, I often teach the principles I write
about in my books, and I’m constantly updating my material. I use new
stories. I refine ideas. And I often gain new insights as I stand in front of
an audience. However, when I go back to books that I’ve previously
written, first, I become aware of how I’ve changed since I’ve written them.
But second, I become frustrated because the books can’t grow and
change along with me.

That’s why I got excited when my publisher, Thomas Nelson, asked if I
would like to revise
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership for a special
tenth anniversary edition. When I originally wrote the book, it was my
answer to the question, “If you were to take everything you’ve learned
about leadership over the years and boil it down into a short list, what
would it be?” I put on paper the essentials of leadership, communicated
as simply and clearly as possible. And soon after the book was published
and it appeared on four different bestseller lists, I realized it had the
potential to help a lot of people become better 

CLICH HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO VERSION

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I loved this book it's incredible


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Posted by: @yimafrica

INTRODUCTION

Every book is a conversation between the author and the individual reading it. Some people pick up a book hoping for a bit of
encouragement. Some devour a book’s information as if they were attending an intensive seminar. Others find in its pages a mentor they can meet with on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The thing I love about writing books is that it allows me to “talk” to many people I will never personally meet. That’s why I made the decision in 1977 to become an author. I had a passion to add value to people that energized me to write. That passion still burns within me today. Few things are more rewarding to me than being on the road and having someone I’ve never met approach me to say, “Thank you. Your books have really helped me.” It’s why I write—and intend to continue writing! Despite the deep satisfaction of knowing that my books help people,
there is also a great frustration that comes with being an author. Once a
book is published, it freezes in time. If you and I knew each other
personally and we met weekly or monthly to talk about leadership, every
time we got together I’d share with you something new I’d learned. As a
person, I continue to grow. I’m constantly reading. I’m analyzing my
mistakes. I’m talking to excellent leaders to learn from them. Each time
you and I were to sit down, I’d say, “You won’t believe what I just
learned.”
As a conference and event speaker, I often teach the principles I write
about in my books, and I’m constantly updating my material. I use new
stories. I refine ideas. And I often gain new insights as I stand in front of
an audience. However, when I go back to books that I’ve previously
written, first, I become aware of how I’ve changed since I’ve written them.
But second, I become frustrated because the books can’t grow and
change along with me.

That’s why I got excited when my publisher, Thomas Nelson, asked if I
would like to revise
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership for a special
tenth anniversary edition. When I originally wrote the book, it was my
answer to the question, “If you were to take everything you’ve learned
about leadership over the years and boil it down into a short list, what
would it be?” I put on paper the essentials of leadership, communicated
as simply and clearly as possible. And soon after the book was published
and it appeared on four different bestseller lists, I realized it had the
potential to help a lot of people become better 

CLICH HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO VERSION

I loved it especial on the third law

 

 


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Posted by: @yimafrica

INTRODUCTION

Every book is a conversation between the author and the individual reading it. Some people pick up a book hoping for a bit of
encouragement. Some devour a book’s information as if they were attending an intensive seminar. Others find in its pages a mentor they can meet with on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. The thing I love about writing books is that it allows me to “talk” to many people I will never personally meet. That’s why I made the decision in 1977 to become an author. I had a passion to add value to people that energized me to write. That passion still burns within me today. Few things are more rewarding to me than being on the road and having someone I’ve never met approach me to say, “Thank you. Your books have really helped me.” It’s why I write—and intend to continue writing! Despite the deep satisfaction of knowing that my books help people,
there is also a great frustration that comes with being an author. Once a
book is published, it freezes in time. If you and I knew each other
personally and we met weekly or monthly to talk about leadership, every
time we got together I’d share with you something new I’d learned. As a
person, I continue to grow. I’m constantly reading. I’m analyzing my
mistakes. I’m talking to excellent leaders to learn from them. Each time
you and I were to sit down, I’d say, “You won’t believe what I just
learned.”
As a conference and event speaker, I often teach the principles I write
about in my books, and I’m constantly updating my material. I use new
stories. I refine ideas. And I often gain new insights as I stand in front of
an audience. However, when I go back to books that I’ve previously
written, first, I become aware of how I’ve changed since I’ve written them.
But second, I become frustrated because the books can’t grow and
change along with me.

That’s why I got excited when my publisher, Thomas Nelson, asked if I
would like to revise
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership for a special
tenth anniversary edition. When I originally wrote the book, it was my
answer to the question, “If you were to take everything you’ve learned
about leadership over the years and boil it down into a short list, what
would it be?” I put on paper the essentials of leadership, communicated
as simply and clearly as possible. And soon after the book was published
and it appeared on four different bestseller lists, I realized it had the
potential to help a lot of people become better 

CLICH HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO VERSION

this is awesome


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this is good


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THIS IS VERY GOOD


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