Never Break More Than One Law At A Time [Free 68 Page eBook Download]

I was about 16 years old, and my memory is a little foggy as I can’t remember who actually said it to me, but one of the most profound pieces of advice I ever received was

Out of context it might read a little strange, a bit naive maybe, or even unsophisticated… but to me, at the time, it was very scholarly.  Here I was, a relatively innocent teenager being schooled on relationships, social dynamics and even marketing. All in one very simple statement.

I was being taught to change my frame from, “why won’t she even look at me  >>>  “it’s not about me … it’s about what she wants”. 

Up until that moment, I hadn’t thought about her (at least not in that way), what she was looking for in a boyfriend, what needs she had – It was all about me, and why she didn’t want me.

Maybe this oracle has been schooled himself by the great persuasion genius, Bernard Baruch – adviser to US Presidents, Wall Street wizards, whoworked what looked like magic when persuading everyone to agree and get along during  negotiations – who first said the most important words in business and marketing:

Find out what people want, then show them how to get it”

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See, great pieces of advice can come from anywhere, a grandparent, a great book, a meme on Facebook … or even Reddit.

Below is a small 68 page eBook the team collated from a recent Reddit thread titled “What is the best piece of advice anyone has ever given you?”

We’ve given it a title from one of the more ‘safer’ tips inside: Never Break More Than One Law At A Time

Be careful whilst reading this, as there are a few grown-up words in there. But once you’re done, I’d love to read your favourite piece of advice in the comments below. 

Excerpts Worth Sharing:

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  • Rachel Heslin

    “You’re only seeing everyone else’s highlight reel.” So true. Quit negatively comparing yourself to others, because you’ll never know their whole story.

    • Pete Williams

      Rachel – couldn’t agree more.. I think it’s my fav. one as well.

  • Pete Williams

    Very cool Robin. Thanks for sharing!

  • Pete Williams

    Just a quick update for those who noticed; we fixed up the type on the front cover of the eBook this morning.

    So if you downloaded the original version, and have OCD, you might want to REdownload the pdf.

Pete Williams is an entrepreneur, author, and marketer from Melbourne, Australia.

Before being honored “Australia’s Richard Branson” in media publications all over the continent, Pete was just 21 years old when he sold Australia’s version of Yankee Stadium, The Melbourne Cricket Ground For Under $500! Don’t believe it? You will! Check out the story in the FAQ section (it really is our most asked question).

Since then, he’s done some cool stuff like write the international smash hit ‘How to Turn Your Million-Dollar Idea Into a Reality’ (+ the upcoming ‘It’s Not About the Product‘) and he’s created a bunch of companies including Infiniti Telecommunications, On Hold Advertising, Simply Headsets and Preneur Group.

Lots of other people think he’s pretty good too! He’s been announced as the Global Runner-Up in the JCI Creative Young Entrepreneur Awards for 2009, the Southern Region Finalist in the Ernst & Young 2010 Entrepreneur of the Year, and a member of SmartCompany’s Top 30 Under 30.

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