A No Bullsh!t Interview with Martin G. Moore and Riaz Meghji
Episode #161 // Today is the day, No Bullsh!t Leadership is officially published!
It’s been a long road (which you heard about in last week’s episode), and I couldn’t be more excited to get this piece of work out into the world and into the hands of leaders who have the courage to be better.
This episode is an [exclusive] replay of the official book launch event, where accomplished television presenter, keynote speaker and author, Riaz Meghji, dove into the nitty gritty with me in a no-holds-barred, no bullsh!t interview. It’s undoubtedly the most personal interview I’ve done, so I really hope you enjoy it.
I’ll take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported me and this project along the way. I’ve called out the key people in the acknowledgements of the book, but there are so many more of you who have spread the word, supported our social media posts, read all the promo emails and of course, pre-ordered copies.
I can’t wait to hear what you think about the book once you get your hands on it! This is the realisation of my lifetime dream, and I’m incredibly grateful and proud to be able to share it with you.
Please let me know what you think in an Amazon.com review, or via social media - make sure you tag us @yourceomentor and use the hashtag #nobsleadership so that I can personally thank you!
You can get your exclusive book bonuses here: www.martingmoore.com/thebook#claim
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