Friday 17 June 2011

Last chance

Today (wherever you happen to be in the world) is your last chance to buy my book Changing What's Normal, at the special price of just $30 AUD.

There are 58 sparkenations in my book to help you change yourself, your relationships, and your organisation, for the good of yourself, other people, our planet, and for profit.

I created 'sparkenation' to describe a spark that ignites passion that leads to action that changes what's normal

To see if my book is for you please download the prologue, 3 sparkenations, and the table of contents with my compliments here.

Changing What's Normal is a do it yourself change program.

You can purchase my book and 24/7 access to the companion online vault that contains downloadable files, references, links, tools, tips, techniques, templates, for just $30 here if you buy today.

Here's what some of the pre-publication-readers have said about my book:

Ian’s book is full of a wide range of wonderful insights and anecdotes that really cause you to stop, think and reflect. I found myself fully engaged with Ian’s challenging questions from the start to the finish and I am confident that you will too.
Gary Ryan, Founder, Organisations That Matter

Most people know the phrase 'what got you here won't get you there.' So why is it many still can't 'get there'? It's because they are not changing what's normal. I will be forever indebted to Ian for sharing his insights with me and guiding me through the journey of Changing What's Normal. Straight talking and no bull (what do you expect from an Aussie!)

We live in an abnormal world and being normal won't get you a seat at the table. Changing What's Normal is your key to a new world of contentment and of being valued and loved by those who love what you do. Changing What's Normal helped me to move from the 'how to' guy to the 'go to' guy.

Kwai Yu, Founder and CEO of Leaders Cafe

I strongly recommend this book to people who share a passion for making the world a better place through collaboration, shared values, noble objectives and a desire to get the very best out of the people around them and as a consequence out of themselves.
Terry McGivern, Executive Team member Smurfit Kappa United Kingdom

This book is full of valuable insights and thought-provoking questions that truly go beyond the normal business platitudes; and invite and challenge YOU to change what's normal in your life and your organisation.
Gihan Perera, Business Strategist

Ian Berry is NOT NORMAL – and that’s a compliment. Normal is not the behavior that the world needs from you right now. Read Ian’s book to take a look at yourself and learn some straightforward ideas you can use to add a bit of abnormal to your life.
Julie Poland, corporate coach, speaker, and author of Changing Results by Changing Behavior.

In my opinion anyone picking up this easy to read book could only find it a valuable resource but more importantly a reflective personal development tool for all aspects of their life.
Gary Anderson, Strategic Marketing Director, Tucker Creative

This is a book that will be a constant reference on my desk - whether applying to myself and my business or to that of clients'. Change what's normal? The days of normal are always yesterday. The day of change is today. Tomorrow is the beneficiary of that change. Ian Berry's practical insights and helpful tools present anyone reading this with an opportunity to change, to lead and to grow. Perhaps it is time that we embrace "abnormal".
Richard Norris, Serendipity Global Ltd

Ian’s book comes from his heart and in his desire to serve others to help them be what they were created to be. He gives many of the critical keys of finding joy and creating a life of meaning. Ian is making a difference in the world and his book is all about helping you choose to do the same.
David Bernard-Stevens, President, Leader Development Group, LLC

Ian’s story-telling method is very engaging. He invites the reader to consider things, in contrast to telling us what we should believe and do.

As someone who has made a difference in his own life, he encourages us to make a difference as a leader or an employee, whether as an individual or an organisation. In a society where conformity and shallowness are ever more the norm, he challenges us to be different.

Reg Polson, Polson and Co.

I’ve never read so many thought-provoking ideas in one book. The beauty of the book is that you can pick one sparkenation and explore it without having to read the rest of the book. It is a fantastic consolidation of a diverse range of incredible ideas that I found quite blessed to be gifted in one book!

Lots of folk talk about difference and change, whilst doing things the way you saw them do it last time you saw them. The incongruence between the message and the messenger talks louder than the messenger. Ian Berry has this uncanny “Edge” that is both a little unsettling and intriguing whilst creating an enticing urge in you to explore further out than you normally explore. Somehow he has managed to bring his very unique way of being into print. Yet again, you impress me and stretch my mind!
Allan Parker, Managing Director, Peak Performance Development.
2009 National Speakers Association of Australia, Educator of Excellence Recipient

Purchase Changing What's Normal for just $30 AUD here if you buy today.

Be the difference you want to see in the world
Founder Differencemakers Community

No comments: