We're pleased and excited to tell you that The Achievement Code has been officially released.
And it's available now through Amazon (printed and Kindle) and as an eBook from SuccessNet (Kindle, ePub or PDF).
Best-selling author, Bob Burg, wrote The Foreword. Here's part of what he said,
“I judge every 'success book' on this question: Is it something that I would give to a young man or woman about to graduate high school or college and say, 'read this, study this and follow this and your success is practically guaranteed?' Yes, I absolutely would. And, I look forward to suggesting many others do the same.
Thank you, Michael, for writing this book. You continue to touch peoples' lives with exceptional, exceptional value!”
And Dr. Philip Humbert commented,
“I’m always looking for a system that is powerful enough to be effective and simple enough to be useful. At last, I’ve found it! The Achievement Code brings powerful ideas and timeless principles into a simple, memorable system of 3C's that make all the difference. I can do this! And most importantly, it helps me get results. There are many complicated systems and planners out there, but most of them are too hard to learn, too much to remember and too challenging to use. In contrast, The Achievement Code is clear, concentrated and consistent. I love it and I use it--every day.”
Without the Three-C Formula, your attempts at success and happiness will always be hit and miss. But when you employ Clarity, Concentration and Consistency in your life, you simply can't lose.
Plus, a number of our colleagues donated some very cool and valuable gifts for you when you order either the print book or the eBook during the launch. They're valued at well over $100.00.
You can't miss with this deal.
June 2012: American publishers are now bringing in more revenue from eBooks than hardcover books, according to a report published by the Association of American Publishers (AAP).
It was less than 18 months ago that Amazon reported more eBook sales than printed book sales. And now, much faster than I ever anticipated, all American book publishers report eBook revenue to be greater than hardcover books sold. Pretty amazing.
Are you part of this fast-moving phenomenon?
I facilitated a great company retreat last week. It’s something I really enjoy. And I’m pretty good at doing them, too. I find them to be fun, interesting and I get to see some of the results right away. I don’t mean to boast, but all my clients have said it was worth far more than the time and money invested.
Retreats are one of the best ways I know to work on your business instead of just in it. Maybe they should be called “Advances.” They create a perspective that’s virtually impossible to achieve while you’re in the midst of the workplace.
Every company or department—big or small—should do a retreat at least once a year—maybe twice. Stepping back, reflecting on where you’ve been, asking probing questions and establishing priorities on where and how to move forward in this type of an environment cannot be duplicated.