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June 20, 2016

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SCOTT VANDEVENTER

John...great synopsis of the big ideas in the ITP. And, it is always a wonderful reminder to encourage people to seat the idea before saying its good. The complement I have to Management By Bestseller is the "Six Month Rule." If you read a book or went and heard a speaker, you have to wait six months before you bring the idea in to implement it. Most people forget after a few weeks so this stops a lot of sub-par ideas gumming the works. Now! With the ITP I think 2-3 months is plenty long--it is so good! Thanks for writing this!

Scott V

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