Michael Hyatt’s Platform Launch Team

This week, I was chosen to be on a team of people who will help Michael Hyatt launch his new book, Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. I was shocked and honored, to say the least!

If you are not familiar with Michael Hyatt, he writes about intentional leadership, productivity, publishing, and social media. He is the Chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishing, and held the title of CEO until last year, when he chose to step down to pursue his writing and speaking full-time.

Michael has over 400,000 monthly readers on his blog, and  over 900 people applied to be a part of this launch team. 100 were selected. As a part of this team, we received an early copy of the book, and have been sharing our notes and reviews. It has been an amazing experience so far.

In addition to extremely experienced bloggers and authors on the team, Michael and his wife, Gail, have also been active in the conversations. It has been really neat to interact with everyone and share our conclusions and helpful to-do lists from the book. This book is overflowing with expert ideas to build a platform, and it is truly a unique experience to hear from the author directly.

The book can be applied to your business, personal, or professional life. I will be using it as a reference guide, and I highly recommend it. If I can implement even a small portion of what is recommended, I know that it will have a huge impact.

Platform will be released the week of May 21st. But don’t buy it yet! Michael will be offering an amazing set of bonus gifts when you purchase the book during the release week. Until then, you can sign up to receive important book updates at www.michaelhyatt.com/platform. I will blogging more about this next week, so stay tuned!

Have you ever been a part of a launch team? If so, what did you learn?



Filed under Book review, Leadership, Platform Launch Team

3 responses to “Michael Hyatt’s Platform Launch Team

  1. Congratulations Tammy! wow, you continually amaze me….

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