Listen to Chris Watson's podcast with The Extraordinary Business Book Club

26 February 2019

"And that was the question that eventually led Chris Watson to write his first book: Upskill: 21 Keys to Professional Growth. In this conversation we explore the steps in between: the research behind the book, how Chris pulled it all together and found the right writing style, and the marketing tips he™s learned along the way.

Writing a good business book usually starts with asking a good business question: here™s the step-by-step guide to everything in between."

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