So Much Help, So Little Time

I’ve got my own book coming out in the not-too-distant future, but I feel a little bit like my friend Brett Kelly does about this whole ‘selling’ business around it. 1

That said, I’d be foolish if I didn’t understand that it had to be done. So while I’m not big on hard-selling things, I do like to help out friends and those I admire when they’ve got something really good on the go. Especially if what they have offered has helped me…and others can save money to get all of that goodness in one fell swoop.

That’s why when another Only72 package was assembled, I thought I’d bring it to your attention – even if it is just for a brief moment.

(Note: Before I go any further, I’ll let you know that for every Only72 package that I sell, I get a cut. So there’s that.)

In this package – which is, fittingly, available for only 72 hours – you’ll get a bunch of great work by some great people. The centerpiece of this package is Chris Guillebeaus’ new book The $100 Startup – and you’ll get it in old-fashioned hardcover form…no matter where you live. I’m a big fan of Chris’s work – and I’ll be returning to the World Domination Summit in July where I first had the chance to meet him in person (I’ve interviewed him before for the late ProductiVardy podcast) so I can get to see him again. If this book is anything like his other work, it’s bound to be a great read.

But there’s more to this Only72 sale – and this time around I have had the privlege of meeting and befireinding several of the contributors to the bundle. I’ve already mentioned Brett Kelly, whose Evernote Essentials is part of the package. It’s a great resource for all things Evernote – as I’ve mentioned before.

Others who I’ve had the chance to shake hands with that have something to offer include Scott Dinsmore and Jonathan Mead. And as far as who else has stuff in this deal…I’ve only scratched the surface.

The Only72 sale gives you over $1000 worth of resources for only $100….but it wraps up soon. Help yourself, these fine folks behind the products (and yours truly) by picking it up while you can.

It’s a win-win no matter which way you slice it. Because while the offer only lasts 72 hours, the rewards can last a whole lot longer.

1 Maybe that’s why I’m happy to have a publisher.

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