Get a free coaching session with me
In celebration of the fact that MOVE will finally be available as an audio book, I will be randomly selecting 2 people to win a free 2-hour 1-1 coaching session with me.
MOVE’s official release date is April 21.
There are 3 ways to enter
1. Pre-order the audio book by April 21 and send me your receipt
2. Order the physical book or ebook between today and April 21 and send me your receipt
3. If you’ve already read MOVE, send me a link to your review written on Amazon between today and April 21.
Send your receipt or link to this email address: movepreorder (at) gmail.com
Lessons in MOVE
As I was recording MOVE in the studio, I realized that the lessons in this book (in addition to effectively leading business execution) were also key to my being able to drop my professional fear and get over imposter syndrome.
There is a way to look at leadership which allows you to bring your best self to the job, and encourage others to do the same.
If you are a business leader or aspire to be, I wrote this for you.
If during these difficult times you are looking to calm your organization down, make them feel connected to a greater purpose, and give them the confidence they need to keep moving forward, this is the book for you.
So I’m pleased to offer it again, and this time with the audio choice.
Announcing the winners
Again, you have 3 ways to enter, and send each entry to movepreorder (at) gmail.com
I will be contacting the two winners and announcing them here on April 22, and I look forward to working with the two of you!
In the mean time, take care and be well.
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Patty is available to speak at your company, annual meeting, or customer event. She can also deliver a custom workshop on Leadership or Strategy Execution for your leadership team. Contact Patty.
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Patty Azzarello is an executive, best-selling author, speaker and CEO/Business Advisor. She became the youngest general manager at HP at the age of 33, ran a billion dollar software business at 35 and became a CEO for the first time at 38 (all without turning into a self-centered, miserable jerk)