Minds of the Masters Newsletter announcement
I am excited and proud to announce the inaugural issue of The Minds of the Masters newsletter. The concept for this type of newsletter has been floating around in my head for quite some time. As I have developed the idea more thoroughly I became even more convinced that it would of be great value to those who subscribe to and read it. I have spoken to numerous of friends and associates over the past months and few if any have any knowledge of the authors and contributors contained in The Minds of the Masters newsletter.
My goal is for you to benefit from these terrific authors as I have. I have learned a great deal from these contributors and my hope is that you may benefit as much as I have.
Contributors include Larry Winget author of several New York Times best selling books. Winget has an in your face no excuses style of personality. He is featured on page 5 of this inaugural issue. Coming in a later issue is Michael Hyatt another New York Times bestselling author. Michael is very different from Larry. Michael is the former Chairman and CEO of Thomas Nelson Publishers. Michael shares his ideas on getting noticed in his book Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World.
I will also include articles by Napoleon Hill. Hill wrote one of the seminal books in the field of success and self improvement Think and Grow Rich. Pick it up and read it if you have not. Read it again if you have. (You may have gotten a free copy from me with your subscription)
Each month The Minds of the Masters will offer diverse content in an easy to read digest printed format. The printed format is meant to make the newsletter easy for you to read at your leisure.
Whether you are just starting out your career or a grizzled veteran you will find in each issue something for you to put to use right away in your personal or business life.
About the cost of your subscription; many speak of the cost of something. I like use the term investment. The Minds of the Masters newsletter is an investment in your growth as a person or entrepreneur.
But the investment can also be thought of in another way. That is the value received. It goes this way. If you take one idea from the newsletter and put it to work in your life or business you may see a return of many times your investment. People tell me they have taken ideas I have given them put it to use and experienced an immediate return. And finally I am so sure that you find the content valuable that you may cancel your subscription at any time for any reason. I will cheerfully refund the last month’s subscription fee.
I have designed the digest format of the newsletter to allow you to take advantage of each contributor’s knowledge without picking up an entire book. If you want to dig deeper take the step and purchase or borrow the author’s book.
Each newsletter will also include a featured book review. read a lot. The books featured may be timeless classics or may provide an intriguing way of looking at an idea, issue, or the world. In either case I believe you will benefit from knowing about them.
This issue’s featured book Start with Why by Simon Sinek falls into the second category. The book has some very thought provoking ideas about why some businesses continue to succeed while others show success and then lose their edge. Make sure you take the time to read my digest of the book on page 5.
I will continue to seek out other masters to add to the newsletter content. And I am not opposed to hear from you as well. If you have a writer that you have benefited from let me know. They may be a fit for this newsletter.