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Our world is flooded by advice, ideas, and experts, but we shouldn't make decisions based on "best practices". Instead, we should do what works best for us, building careers and companies with the sort of clarity that leads to exceptional work. Only first, we need to escape the endless cycle of stale approaches and trendy tactics that hold us back. We need to break the wheel.  

In this quick-hitting, powerful audiobook, keynote speaker and podcaster Jay Acunzo hands us a sledgehammer. With a diverse range of real-world stories, Break the Wheel offers a simple but powerful way to think for yourself when surrounded by conventional thinking. Along the way, Acunzo offers six fundamental questions to ask in any situation to start making the best possible decisions, regardless of the best practice.  

Stop relying on generic advice. With this audiobook, say "Good-bye" to average work and "Hello" to doing your best.

©2018 Jay Acunzo (P)2018 Jay Acunzo

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Very Disappointing. No Actionable Application.

After hearing Jay Acunzo as a guest on a podcast, I purchased this book. I was expecting actionable application for the concepts discussed on the podcast. For example, identifying aspirational anchors, unfair advantages, context, intuition, creativity, etc. Instead, it's one long story after another to support the (reasonable) concept of questioning best practices. One chapter opposes the use of "lead capture offers"; or, more accurately, offer your website visitor something of value--- but don't ask for their email. Hmmmm... If we provide great value, then why wouldn't we want to grow relationships and share value with our community? I learned more on the free podcast than this book.

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