Awake at the Wheel wins Silver Medal in the Axiom Business Book Awards!
This just in! Awake at the Wheel, my book on what it takes to originate, develop, and manifest BIG IDEAS has just won a Silver Medal in the Axiom Business Books Awards competition (Business Fable category).
Needless to say, I am very pleased and hope this kind acknowledgment by the savvy business wizards at Axiom will encourage you to click here and order a copy (or ten) before the Sultan of Brunei buys out the entire inventory.
A huge thank you to the fabulous Nettie Hartsock (digital strategist, publicist, and book champion) for encouraging me to enter. And another huge thank you to David Hancock and the wonderful people at Morgan James Publishing for seeing the value of my book (after 22 other publishers rejected it) and launching it lovingly into the world.
Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at February 20, 2009 11:38 PM
Congratulations Mitch and very well deserved. The book is phenomenal
Congratulations Mitch. Hooray for you!!!
Congratulations, Mitch (Og)! This is one of the best allegorical business books I've read since "Who Moved My Cheese". A well deserved honor for an incredible book.
Posted by: David L Hancock at February 20, 2009 08:52 AM
Congratulations. Great book and great site.
Posted by: Edward Savage at February 20, 2009 09:11 AM
Mitchie-D, very cool. Og lives!
Congrats Mitch. Keep up the great work, you mensch you...
Posted by: Realtor Ron in Kauai at February 20, 2009 11:05 AM
Mitch- well done! Hope we finally get to meet in NYC one of these days.
All the best, and congratulations!
This is awesome and well deserved. Congratulations!
I don't know if this is going to post cos it has asked for my URL and I don't have the foggiest what it expects me to write in there. What does it stand for? Ugly Rabid Lipogram?
This is awesome Mitch. Maybe people will begin to understand the need for more of these types of books.
Congratulations on your well deserved Silver Medal award for Awake At The Wheel. Your book's contribution to creative thinking is both timely and important. All my best on your continued creativity success.
Posted by: WayneHurlbert at February 25, 2009 07:38 PM
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