Chinese Edition, May Masterclass, New Book

Three big updates today…

Simplified Chinese Edition

The Simplified Chinese edition of The Personal MBA has been published by China Machine Press. Available wherever fine books in Simplified Chinese are sold.

Last Call for May Masterclass

I will be closing enrollment for the May Masterclass in one week. Three seats are available, so if you’d like to attend, enroll now before they’re gone.

One of the things I really love about the Masterclass format is learning from the experiences of the attendees. We have a stellar group for this Masterclass, including:

  • The founder/CEO of a multi-million dollar animation company
  • A software entrepreneur who built a company that was recently acquired
  • A former VP of a large finance company who’s now building infrastructure in developing markets
  • A physics PhD and technologist who’s now a professor in a top-ranked executive MBA program

It’s going to be a fantastic three days.

Don’t wait - secure your seat now before they’re gone…

Book #2 - On “Rapid Skill Acquisition"

The rumors are true… I’m working on a second book, which will be released in May, 2013. (When things are quiet on, rest assured there’s something big in the works.)

The topic is rapid skill acquisition: how to learn fun and useful new skills as quickly as possible. Rapid skill acquisition is one of the primary qualities of high-performing people, and I’m really looking forward to showing you how to learn anything you want to do in record time.

I’ll have a lot more to say about this topic in the coming months. In the meantime, here’s a preview in an interview with Corbett Barr.


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