Mitch Joel Talks About Ctrl Alt Delete
In this episode of Startup Daddy I talk with Mitch Joel about his new book, Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It. We also touch on his thoughts about balancing what he calls the three tiers of entrepreneurial life- Family/Personal, Community, and Professional.
Technology has fundamentally changed the relationship between businesses and consumers. Ctrl Alt Delete is divided into two sections. The first section focuses on changing the way you approach your business (rebooting) to better fit in this new internet connected world. The second section (Rebooting You) focuses on things you can do personally to make sure, as Mitch puts it- you are employable in the next five years.
I think for business owners and entrepreneurs like us, these two things are one in the same. The book does more thank just present high level concepts. Mitch makes real, actionable suggestions, broken down into easy to relate to lessons. Not necessarily “How-to” step by step stuff, but ideas about how you can apply the lessons to your own life and business.
I’m a huge fan of Mitch’s podcast and blog, and I really hope you buy his new book:
Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It.
He’s also created a really fun website to support the book. It’s got some great statistics and information about how technology has transformed business. Check it out at : ctrlaltdeletebook.com
To sweeten the deal for you, I’ll be releasing my Ebook on writing your business plan next week. If you buy Mitch’s book in the next week (before June 1, 2013), email me your receipt and I will send you my new ebook for free.
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