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Big Thinking Day for Project Managers

by Hal on April 27, 2009

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Big Thinking Day for Project Managers

A week, or so, ago I wrote a quick review of Michael Port's The Think Big Manifesto: Think You Can't Change Your Life (and the World) Think Again Think Big Manifesto titled Leave Behind Your Resignation. It's a great little book that challenges us to get beyond what we are comfortable doing and bring all of who we are to life. Michael is a friend. I met him about 6 years ago when we were buddies in a coaching program. We pushed each other, supported each other and continue to do the same 6 years later.

Get off the fence…start thinking big!

Today is the big launch of The Think Big Manifesto: Think You Can't Change Your Life (and the World) Think Again. For today only, Michael is bringing his big thinking to bear to help you and your team bring big thinking to your projects. In addition to a big discount at Amazon, about $13 for the book, Michael is introducing you to a group of big thinkers he keeps close to him. Get this book for every member of your team. Once you've ordered go to his Think Big Revolution site to claim your gifts. There are gifts for when you purchase 1, 3 and 5 copies. Michael's offering some big gifts for people who order large quantities. Get off the fence…start thinking big!

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1 curt finch April 29, 2009 at 4:05 pm

When I first read this I thought you meant ‘Michael Porter’ which is a whole different
kind of fame. He wrote books about how to be competitive as a business that is the basis
for many MBA classes.

We all need to get better at stepping out of the box and thinking big.

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