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Advice From a Clutter Cutter

Michael Hyatt is the consummate “Clutter Cutter” – in other words he knows how to deliver a message that cuts through the clutter to reach a desired audience.

I believe all of us have a message and an audience who wants to hear it.

To accomplish that goal, I recommend Michael’s brand new book titled Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World.

I received an advance copy of this book for review and believe so strongly in its message that I’m giving away five copies of it to readers of my blog.

Yesterday’s winner was Patricia Neiger. If you didn’t win yesterday and want to enter to win today’s copy – here’s what you need to do:

  • Share this blog post today on Facebook;
  • AND tweet it on Twitter;
  • AND leave a comment below stating they’ve done the previous two steps.

Anyone who takes those steps (except Patricia ;-) )can win. Each day’s winner will be randomly drawn – with only one book per person. I’ll announce the winners each day and send the books out next Tuesday after the Memorial Day weekend. Good luck!!!

This is a great book – but don’t take my word for it, here’s a :40 minute podcast that Michael posted today where he outlines the book.

By the way, Michael used a question I posed in his podcast – you can hear it at about 22 minutes into the recording. Here’s the link:

 Michael Hyatt Podcast – May 23, 2012

Also, be sure to check out the special BONUS offer that Michael is offering for anyone who purchases the book before this Friday, May 25th.

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  1. That is exactly what that is. A digital Barba for my emoticon.

  2. Kimber, congratulations – you were Wednesday’s winner. Please message me on Facebook with your mailing address and I’ll send it to you early next week!

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