The Go-Giver - Book Summary

John David Mann , BOB BURG

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The Go-Giver: A Little Story About A Powerful Business Idea by Bob Burg and John David Mann tells the thrilling story of an ambitious young man called Joe who yearns madly for success. He is a typical go-getter though sometimes he feels the harder and faster he works the further away his goals seem from him. The book has been a bestseller and is a simple and sweet story of how one man's powerful business idea catapults him to success. The book talks about Joe's dreams, ambitions, his travails with failure and how he finally makes it.

One day, after trying to make a crucial sale at the end of a bad quarter, Joe talks to the enigmatic Pindar who is simply known as the Chairman. Pindar is a legendary consultant known for giving sage advice to his many followers and devotees. Over the next week Pindar introduces Joe to an array of successful go givers. Pindar's friends talk to Joe about stratospheric success and the power of giving. As Joe talks to Pindar's friends his eyes open to a new way of looking at the world. Joe realizes that by putting others needs before his and thinking about others has invaluable returns that can turn into benefits in the long run. Imparting wit and grace The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea is a powerful and witty story about how change in outlook and positive thinking can get returns.

The book was published by Penguin UK in 2010 and is available in paperback.

Key Features:

The Go-Giver: A Little Story About A Powerful Business Idea is written in fast and pacy language that is easy to understand and simple to read.

   

What will you learn from this book

In this summary, you will learn:

1. The Trade Secret of the Chairman

2. What is the Law of Value

3. What is the Law of Compensation

4. How does the Law of Influence affect our lives

Language English
No of pages 20
Book Publisher i-Read Publications
Published Date 02 Mar 2020

About Author

Author : BOB BURG

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