Announcing my new book: The Business Apostolate: Insights to Define and Achieve Your Mission in Life (#1)

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Announcing my new book: The Business Apostolate: Insights to Define and Achieve Your Mission in Life

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Welcome to the inaugural issue of Percy Cannon International’s monthly newsletter.

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Who is Percy Cannon? Let me introduce myself. I spent 27 years working for three multinational companies (Procter & Gamble, IBM and Microsoft), living in seven cities and five countries, covering several consumer and informational technology categories and markets in Latin America and worldwide. I am married and a proud father of three kids and the grandfather to three beautiful girls. I am a passionate runner and reader (especially of self-help topics), and can communicate in Spanish (native), English and Portuguese.

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Last year I decided to leverage my nearly three decades of professional experience to help corporations succeed and enable businesspeople to thrive at work and in their personal lives. Of the different roles I performed at work, people development was the one I enjoyed the most, so much so that last year I quit my job at Microsoft to start a second career around it.

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Let me ask you three questions:

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  • Do you feel that achieving professional success is taking too great a toll on your personal life? This is commonly referred to as not having a good work and life balance.
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  • Are you letting business priorities define what is important in your life?
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  • Is there something in your personal life that is hindering your success at work?
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If you answered yes to any of these questions, I invite you to learn more about how I can add value to your life.

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The first way is for you to read my recently released book, The Business Apostolate: Insights to Define and Achieve Your Mission in Life. In this life-changing book, I reveal my philosophy of how to live a more meaningful life in three easy-to-understand steps:

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•            Step1: Become 100 percent accountable for the decisions you make (and not make) in your life.

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•            Step 2: Develop and record in writing your personal mission statement.

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•            Step 3: Live your mission 24/7.

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Learn more about the book and the praise it’s receiving by clicking here.  Also, for the month of December only, I am offering a 10% discount. Take advantage of this special introductory offer for the holidays. Order your book(s) here using the following discount code: YB8B4FJH.

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A second way I can help you is by the valuable free content I offer online, through my webcasts, blog, articles, this newsletter and other tools. Check my websites, www.cannonbalance.com and www.thebusinessapostolate.com, for the latest content. New content is added regularly, so to ensure you don’t miss anything important, come back and visit often.

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A third way I can add value, especially for businesses, is through my custom-designed programs, like speaking engagements, professional coaching (individual or as a group), seminars, workshops, etc. Join other top companies, such as Microsoft, that have already benefited from my programs and have received very positive feedback from participants. Getting started is easy; just click here to contact me to discuss your needs.

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I would like to establish an open dialogue between us, so I encourage you to use this link to ask questions, post comments, and request topics you would like to see in future issues. I plan to cover such areas as increasing accountability, drafting your mission statement, and developing the self-discipline to accomplish your life priorities. I look forward to exchanging ideas with you, but if at any time you wish to stop receiving these newsletters, please click on the unsubscribe button at the bottom of this page.

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I want to close this first newsletter with a quote from the British scholar and novelist C.S. Lewis:  “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” Why not allocate a few minutes of your busy agenda to assess how you could enhance your life—at work and in your personal roles? As you embark on this journey, count on me to help you succeed.

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Percy M. Cannon

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