Welcome to our ‘Best Book of the Month‘ series in 2013. We decided to start the new year with Brendon Burchard’s amazing book entitled ‘The Millionaire Messenger’.
Brendon Burchard is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Millionaire Messenger and The Charge. He is the founder of High Performance Academy and Experts Academy.
The Millionaire Messenger is based on 3 pillars:
1. The value and importance of your life story, message and knowledge.
2. Use your knowledge and expertise to help and support others succeed, and thus make a difference in our world.
3. Getting paid for your knowledge and advice is a good thing. Create a lucrative business and live a meaningful life.
The best way to have a quick overview of the whole book is to let the author himself reveal the key messages of his masterpiece, wouldn’t you agree? In the video below Brendon Burchard talks about the 10 steps to building an expert empire.
Best Book of the Month Author Brendon Burchard Reveals…
We suggest you read this book because the insights will touch your life deeply – irrespective if you’re a business person or not. The Millionaire Messenger is more than a business or marketing how-to book.
Our best book of the month is a reflection of your own life, the path you have taken so far and the decisions you will be making in the future. It’s an energetic invitation to reflect upon everything you went through in life, and using that unique experience and knowledge to improve your life and ultimately help others who have been gone through similar experiences.
Your uniqueness is what makes our world so colorful and beautiful. Being distinct, sharing your stories and continually creating valuable content is what will position you and your brand accordingly. You can use your advice and create how-to information in different formats (ebooks, books, audio programs, video trainings, speaking, coaching etc.). Always remember to make the products and services you offer unique to your brand. Nevertheless you are your brand.
Unfortunately, there’s enough crap in the experts industry. That’s why Brendon Burchard cleary highlights the need to provide high quality products and programs, treat consumers accordingly and care for people. Because at the end of our lives we might ask ourselves the same three questions Brendon asked himself after his car crash
“Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?”
Did you enjoy the review of our best book of the month series? Have you read Brendon Burchard’s book already? What was your biggest take away?