I’ve already told you that I read a lot of books.
What you can probably guess is that, as a result of it, I read a lot of bad books, and only some good ones.
Six Pixels of Separation is one of the good ones.
Mitch isn’t one of those people that just talks– he actually had to build a business himself. He went from one employee in a basement to two huge offices in Montreal and Toronto. All with the tools we both talk about and use every day, which are also the ones he talks about in his book.
When we met at a local Toastmasters meeting a few years ago, I was a lowly grub worm and Mitch was already killing it, getting on stage with Bill Clinton and Tony Robbins.
Now he’s the guy that Google calls in to talk digital marketing. He’s not a joke.
So don’t buy this book if you want to read about airy, pie-in-the-sky social media nonsense.
Don’t buy it if you just want something to make you feel warm and fuzzy.
Buy it if you want to make some dough, get some attention, or both. That’s what Mitch knows how to do. He proves it every day– and he’ll prove it to you, too.