Want to change the way you think about business forever?
On May 21st, 2013 my second business book, CTRL ALT Delete, will be published. The question this book asks is simple: do you want to employable in the next five years? Well, what are you going to do about it? The book is divided into two parts. The first section is called, Reboot: Business, and it uncovers five key movements that have changed business forever that most brands are doing nothing (or very little) about. The second section is called, Reboot: You, and it walks you through the seven triggers you need to apply to your business/life to work in this forever-changed environment. My good friends at Audible provoked me to come up with a list of audiobooks that would create the "best of the best" when it comes to rebooting your business. And now, they want you to win The Ultimate Business Reboot Sweepstakes audiobook library.
First, here are the amazing audiobooks that are yours to win (in alphabetical order)...
What you win:
How To Enter:
But wait... there's more!
If you also pre-order my latest audiobook, CTRL ALT Delete on Audible, you get $10 off of the audiobook and for each pre-order, Audible will donate $5 to the charity Jumpstart to support education for pre-school children in low-income neighborhoods. Alternatively, you can also get the CTRL ALT Delete audiobook for free when you try Audible risk-free for 30 days.
The fine print:
I have been a fan of Audible and listening to business books for as long as the company has been in business. They have a massive selection of digital audiobooks and as I was choosing my books for The Ultimate Business Reboot Audiobook Sweepstakes, I was pleasantly surprised to see that all of the titles I had on my initial list (which was close to fifty titles long) were easily found on Audible. Plus, the offer they are making for anyone who pre-orders the new book is not only very kind, but the money to Jumpstart will make a difference in people's lives. I hope you will enter the sweepstakes and/or pre-order the audiobook for CTRL ALT Delete right here: