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BookYourselfSolid3dMany of you would know of Michael Port’s original book Book Yourself Solid … did you know he recently released an Illustrated version? What’s special about that you ask… well so many things!

If you are a visual learner and enjoy writing inside books and treating them like workbooks – you will love this version.

Michael’s practical, easy to follow; step-by-step process is a great read for anyone wanting to grow their practice.

As a partner in Thought Leader Global, I am constantly seeking resources and strategies that can help my clever clients become even more commercially smart. This little gem outlines easy systems to get more clients (even if you hate marketing and selling).

The book will challenge you get back to fundamentals, ensure you have built your practice on the correct strategies and then it will provide guidelines to help you grow your network, market strategically and consistently and watch your business grow.

As someone who loves to network and connect people, of course I enjoyed that chapter and Michael’s ideas in this section.  I also speak as part of my practice so that was great to see additional thoughts there.

I particularly liked his strategies on staying connected with clients and his recommended focused follow up system of www.solid.ly – I must admit it is a little addictive but that’s a good thing. Check it out and it might be a cool system for you to use too (and save you so much time).

If you want a fun read to help you grow your practice, do yourself a favor visit his website and sign up for his resources, check out his book and enjoy working through all the exercises.

Did you read the book, if so, what were your favorite takeaways?  Share your ideas with us here on our blog.

PS. If you want more ideas on how to increase your productivity – check out other blogs here and several eBooks you can share with your team.

One Comment

  • Marcello Pedalino says:

    Great post as usual Neen… Looks like another fabulous collection of content from Michael!

    “A good introduction is one of the most valuable things you can provide the people in your network. But quality intros are hard to write.”

    I thought of you immediately when I read that. You are awesome at connecting like-minded professionals!

    Definitely looking forward to our next lunch. 🙂

    Ciao gorgeous,

    M

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