John David Mann Tells A Business Parable To Explain Why It’s Not About You

John David Mann, author of IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU

John David Mann believes adults are more than one “thing”—one occupation—in life. He is a composer, a cellist, an educator, an entrepreneur, an editor, a writer and a husband.

John is an award-winning author whose writings have earned the Nautilus Award, the Axiom Business Book Award (Gold Medal), and Taiwan’s Golden Book Award for Innovation.

John has written or co-authored a variety of different books (14):

The Go-Giver

Go-Givers Sell More

His latest is titled: It’s Not About You

Flash Foresight

Take the Lead

Code to Joy

The Secret Language of Money

The Answer by John Assaraf and Murray Smith;

The Vision Board Book by John Assaraf,

Success for Teens

The Business of the 21st Century by Robert Kiyosaki

The Next Millionaires by Paul Zane Pilzer

The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

The Zen of MLM.

John is also a concert cellist and prize-winning composer. At age thirteen, his musical score for Aeschylus’ Prometheus Bound was performed at the amphitheater in Delphi, Greece (where the play was originally premiered); at fifteen he was recipient of the 1969 BMI Awards to Student Composers.

At seventeen he co-founded a private high school in East Orange, New Jersey, called Changes, Inc.

In 1986 John founded and wrote for Solstice, a journal on health and environmental issues.

In 1992 John produced the underground bestseller The Greatest Networker in the World, by John Milton Fogg, which became the defining book in its industry and sold over two million copies in eight languages.

During the 1990s, he built a multimillion-dollar sales organization of over 100,000 people.

He was cofounder and senior editor of the Upline journal and editor in chief of Network Marketing Lifestyles and Networking Times.

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