Success is a riddle, and Skip Prichard’s business parable shines a light on the answer. By exploring the nine mistakes most leaders and entrepreneurs make, Skip helps us turn desire, gratitude, and belief into powerful tools for achievement.―Michael Hyatt, USA Today bestselling author of Living Forward
An inspirational read packed full of wisdom and advice, The Book of Mistakes is a MUST-READ for anyone who wants to move forward from the past and create a positive future!―Jon Gordon, bestselling author of The Energy Bus and The Carpenter
Skip Prichard packs a lot of wisdom into this story. Read it to learn the timeless truths of success from a cast of varied characters, and then share the message with others. This truly is a book for readers of all ages.―Mark Sanborn, President of Sanborn & Associates, Inc. and author of The Fred Factor
In this absolutely brilliant book the author-a noted CEO and highly-regarded business leader-weaves a story (including a heart-racing subplot) that, while greatly entertaining, magnificently educates us with success principles to help us go from where we are to where we want to be. Avoid the mistakes so common to human nature, follow his suggestions on what TO do instead, and watch your business success accelerate and your sense of joy, happiness and peace of mind reach greater heights than you might ever have imagined to be possible. And, definitely buy a copy for every graduate in your life before they step into the real world of business. They will thank you for it! Bravo, Skip Prichard!―Bob Burg, co-author of The Go-Giver
Skip Prichard’s The Book of Mistakes is a compelling narrative and a must-read for anyone who wants to be a better leader and live a life of meaning. If you’re in need of a dose of inspiration, you’ve found it in this book!―Stephen M. R. Covey, The New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust and coauthor of Smart Trust
Prichard’s vast experience in publishing is evident in the construction of this delightful and instructive book. The Book of Mistakes is not only a tale told well, but it offers life lessons that remind us what matters most, and what to avoid. Reminiscent of The Alchemist, this book is an operating instruction for life. It should be a mandatory read for people of all ages, especially those getting ready to launch.―Lee Woodruff, New York Times bestselling author of Perfectly Imperfect, In an Instant, and Those We Love Most
This is no ordinary story. Within these pages, there exists the power to reinvent your life.―Andy Andrews, New York Times bestselling author of How Do You Kill 11 Million People?, The Noticer and The Traveler’s Gift
In this wonderful, engaging narrative, Skip Prichard teaches nine timeless principles of success. The Book of Mistakes will inspire you to achieve your goals and build a fulfilling life.
―Marshall Goldsmith, Thinkers50 #1 Leadership Thinker in the World
The essentials of success form the core principles of Skip Prichard’s inspiring adventure, The Book of Mistakes. Don’t miss it!―Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The New One Minute Manager® and One Minute Mentoring
In this engaging story, Skip Prichard gives you a roadmap of mistakes you can avoid on your life’s journey. You’ll find yourself in these pages, along with a new way to think about success through curiosity, empathy, and action.―Tim Sanders, author of Love Is the Killer App: How To Win Business and Influence Friends
About the Author
Skip Prichard is an accomplished CEO, growth-oriented business leader, and keynote speaker. He is known for his track record of successfully repositioning companies and dramatically improving results while improving the corporate culture. He is a keynote speaker on topics ranging from leadership, personal development, growth strategies, culture, corporate turnarounds, and the future of publishing. His views have been featured in print and broadcast media including the BBC, The New York Times, CNN, NPR, The Daily Beast, Harvard Business Review, Information Today, The Bookseller, Publishers Weekly, Christian Retailing, and the Library Journal.