Personal MBA Survey - Do You Have a Minute?

“Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so."

Douglas Adamsauthor of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

I hope you’ve been enjoying the Personal MBA 2012 reading list update. So far, the new list has been very well received, and word is spreading rapidly.

Every year, I ask Personal MBA readers to let me know what they’re interested in learning. I use this information to guide the future development of the Personal MBA.

Would you be willing to share your opinion? Completing the Personal MBA Reader Survey takes less than five minutes, and ensures I develop resources you’ll find interesting and useful. To take the survey, just click the link below…

Personal MBA Reader Survey

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Personal MBA book

The Personal MBA

Master the Art of Business

The #1 International Bestseller, Revised & Expanded. A world-class business education in a single volume. Learn the universal principles behind every successful business, then go out into the world and make your own. More →



First 20 Hours book

The First 20 Hours

How to Learn Anything... Fast!

A practitioner's guide to rapid skill acquisition. Accelerate your learning by deconstructing complex skills, practicing the most important elements first, and removing barriers to deliberate practice. What do you want to learn? More →