Book Recomendation: Change-Friendly Leadership by Dr. Rodger Dean Duncan

Change-Friedly LeadershipI rarely recommend products or books on my blog, but after reading it I couldn’t let it go without letting you know about it!

As you’ve probably guessed by the title of my post, the name of the book is:

“Change-Friendly Leadership” by Dr. Rodger Dean Duncan

We live in a moment of history when change is so fast-paced that we sometimes see the present only when it’s already starting to disappear.

And such a time requires a special kind of leadership.

Here’s some of what Stephen M.R. Covey said in the book’s foreword:

“A truly splendid book … highly relevant, tremendously insightful, remarkably accessible. Rodger deeply understands the change process and how difficult it is for people and organizations to manage change. This profound understanding gives him an insightful perspective into how to solve it, i.e., ‘how to engage people’s heads, hearts, and hopes.’ Rodger has created a

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Are You a Part of The One Act Revolution?

A friend of mine recently posted a powerful, inspiring video.

(Nothing for sale… Just good ‘ol inspiration!)

But before you watch it…

I want to share a powerful, true story. I hope it inspires you, brightens the remainder of your day, then illuminates the rest of your holiday season.

It’s the story of a young man, Rick Hoyt, born in 1971. Rick’s suffering started at birth. Lack of oxygen left him a spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy. Even though his parents were encouraged by experts to institutionalize him, they refused.

Trust me, this story gets better.

Rick couldn’t walk or speak, but his eyes would follow them around the room. They knew they were “reaching” him. They were determined he would someday communicate with them. It was years before a group of engineers from Tufts University built a computer that allowed Rick to do just that!

His first words were…

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Forced Continuity = Good… HIDDEN Continuity = Bad…

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Sylvie Fortin Does It Again!

Internet Marketing SinsYep… She did it again.

Sylvie has come out with Part 2 of her controversial (yet often hilarious) “Internet Marketing Sins” report.

And just like the first one, she is pulling absolutely no punches. (In fact she is actually THROWING punches.)

While there is a ton of great stuff in part 2, my hands down favorite part is where she goes on a Jeff Foxworthy style rant that had me actually laughing out loud in parts.

But rather than saying “If you do this… you might be a redneck” , Sylvie’s theme is “If you do this… You might be a lazy ass marketer!

A couple of my favorites are…

“If your minisite looks like your 12 year old nephew designed it… You Might Be a Lazy Ass Marketer!

“If you send out a message to your list without testing it first, and they see: Dear %firstname_fix You

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Free Webinar Recording Replay (For a few days only!)

Conversion Rate WebinarWOW! The feedback I am getting from tonight’s SOLD OUT Ultimate Conversion Booster webinar has been fantastic!

But if you were not able to attend, no problem… I made sure to record the entire thing for you.

So even if you missed it you can view the entire webinar video at the link below.

http://www.UltimateConversionBooster.com/webinar.htm

But because I’m turning the webinar into a paid product (yes… the content was THAT good) I’m not sure how long I’m going to leave the free recordings on my server.

So you’d better go watch the recording while you can!

Happy testing!

Eric Graham,
“The Conversion Doctor”

PS – That replay link again is:
http://www.UltimateConversionBooster.com/webinar.htm

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