I have a great deal of respect for Jim Collins – he’s a former professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, has written 4 incredible books that dive into why businesses succeed or fail in the long term and by all accounts, leads a life of integrity, vitality and meaning.
I spent over a dozen hours writing a super detailed summary of his newest book – Great by Choice – which looked at the specific practices and behaviors that separated super successful technology companies (like Intel, Amgen and Microsoft) from similar companies with only middling success.
The secret? It’s not bold risk taking, better technology or even good luck. It’s much simpler: Discipline. The book is a fantastic read and you should read the whole thing if you have time. But if you don’t have time right now and just want the bottom line, you’ve come to the right place.
I’m happy to let you know that my summary of Great by Choice has been published as a Quicklet by Hyperink.
Now, normally this book would set you back $2.99 but I worked out a special, limited-time offerwith the Hyperink guys just for you:
Download the Great by Choice Quicklet in PDF format – free.
If that wasn’t enough, they’re also offering another awesome deal: get the Ultimate Jim Collins Bundle for just $1 (that’s 83% off the normal price of $5.99) which includes the Good to Great and How the Mighty Fall Quicklets in addition to mine.
Now I’m not just a Hyperink author, I’m a customer. I pay for their Netflix-style all you can read package (access to 500+ books!) and have read the entire Jim Collins series – so you can know I’m putting my money where my mouth is.
This deal isn’t going to last so get in on it soon – I believe everything ends on Friday and prices go back up. This is your chance to learn from the greatest business teacher alive – Jim Collins – for less than a cup of coffee.
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