One of my heroes, Zig Ziglar once said: “You can get everything in life you want if you will just help enough other people get what they want.”
Might you constantly be on the lookout for great leadership resources that you can share with all your staff, colleagues, clients, prospects, friends and family?
Who do they thank when they have received another great leadership resource from you – the author/creator of the resource or you? Of course – YOU! Because you thought of them and took the time to put that great leadership resource in their hands they thanked you! And you benefited from a deepening relationship with them! And you felt the satisfaction of knowing that you had the privilege of serving them – of helping them grow!
I have a Gift for you!
I am always on the lookout for great leadership resources that I can share with my friends and colleagues!
This is my latest find! It is the free, just released eBook Now That’s a Great Question by my friend, Bob Tiede. I already have mine and can’t wait for you to read yours and tell me what you think?
Two quotes from Bob that I love are: “Leadership is not as much about knowing the right answers as it is about knowing the right questions.” & “A leader who ‘Leads with Questions’ will often be 10 times more effective than a leader who ‘Leads by Telling.'”
You can request your gift of Now That’s a Great Question @ LeadingWithQuestions.com/resources
Bob is my go-to guy for great questions! His blog LeadingWithQuestions.com continually helps me lead better both at work and home!
You are in for a treat when you read Now That’s a Great Question! Not only does Bob share from his personal stash of great questions, but he has tapped into the question treasure troves of other great leaders.
If you’re looking for a boost to your leadership, Now That’s a Great Question is where you should start!
You also have my permission (and Bob’s) to gift this opportunity to all your colleagues – friends – family by forwarding this email to them. They will be thanking you!
Please remember to let me know what you think after you have read Now That’s a Great Question.
“Signed by you”
If you email 200+ of your colleagues/clients/prospects/friends/family, in appreciation, I would be delighted to send you the “Printed Version” of “Now That’s A Great Question!”
Simply email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to say “200 emails sent!” along with your mailing address! I will trust your integrity and will be delighted to put your book into the mail.
Unfortunately, because of the high cost of international postage I can only make this offer available for U.S. Addresses. However, if you live outside the U.S. you can still receive all the thanks and appreciation from your friends by gifting them with this opportunity.
What would you guess:
Please know I am incredibly grateful for all the above!
However the one thing I am most grateful are the reports of deepening relationships, thanks and appreciation that those who have “gifted” the opportunity to download my free “Now That’s A Great Question” eBook have received from their colleagues/clients/ prospects/friends/family!
These reports make my day! Nothing excites me as much as hearing that I have helped others win with those they are seeking to serve!
Will you please do me a favor? When you “Gift” all those in the shadow of your influence with the opportunity to download the free “Now That’s A Great Question” eBook will you please report back to me the responses of appreciation and gratitude that you receive? Thanks!
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