Go-Giver Thanksgiving: With Gratitude

If you follow the Go-Giver, or read my blog posts on the Five Laws of Stratospheric success from the book, here are the links to all my posts for easier navigation for you. Thank you my good friend Jim Sutton for this idea. And thank you as one of my blog readers for just being you.

First the links to the Go-Giver book authored by Bob Burg and John David Mann:

You can read the first chapter of the book for free. Then go beyond that with one of two more actions:

Download The Five Laws of Stratospheric Success from the Go-Giver website. It could be just what you need to help you and your business results!

Finally, read the complete book which you can buy through Amazon or possibly find at your library:

Second the links to my blog posts on the Five Laws:

Go-Giving overview as an Other-Focused approach: Introverts and Extroverts Find Business Success with Other-Focus

Law #1: Go-Giver Law of Value: Price is Not Value

Law #2: The Law of Compensation: Go-Giver Metrics to Encourage Introverts

Law #3: The Law of Influence: Introverts Find Success in Networking with a Go-Giver Focus

Law #4: The Law of Authenticity: Introverts, you, as Go-Giver, are the most valuable gift you have to offer.

Law #5: Practice the Go-Giver Law of Receptivity to Be A Better Giver

What a pleasure to both read this book and then have the honor to interview Bob Burg, one of the co-authors.

Stay tuned as the fun has just begun.

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Comments

  1. What a great idea. πŸ™‚

    I love the way you have focused your blog and work mostly toward introverts. As an INTJ, that is fine with me. Reminds me of a quote: “Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” ~ Maya Angelou ”

    Much of your writing is suggesting that introverts can be themselves, like themselves and make choices that move them closer to the things they like to do.

    I bet Newton was an introvert: “Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton asked why.” Bernard Baruch

  2. Yes sir Jim; we’re better off being ourselves because we won’t be that good at being someone else. I do think as introverts we think differently than extroverts although some ideas are globally relevant.

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