Press Release for Getting Results the Agile Way



“It is a happy talent to know how to play.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Here’s the opening blurb of the press release …

“Getting Results the Agile Way” — A Timeless System for Changing Times — Now Available in Print

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 26, 2010

“Author J.D. Meier is announcing that his new book ‘Getting Results the Agile Way’ is now available in print. The book shows readers the way to make the most out of work and life. Meier has come up with a simple system to achieve meaningful results that combines some of the best methods for improving one’s thinking, feeling, and doing.

“The best way I can put it is, it helps you be the author of your life and write your story forward,” says Meier. “Basically, it’s a system that can support you in everything you do. It’s based on principles and patterns so you can tailor it for yourself or for any situation.”

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  1. @ Clearly Composed — Thank you! I hope it gives a lot of people the extra edge in life.

    @ Alik — Heck no. I plan to keep my low profile. Thanks!

  2. JD –

    Huge congratulations, sir. That is a remarkable achievement and a great personal triumph. You certainly got your result and it is well deserved. Enjoy the moment and keep on moving!


  3. Very nice JD… I would love to see this rocket to the top. You are a great resource and can clearly articulate your system… I will help spread the word. Congratulations.

  4. @ Phil — Thank you. I know I have more books in me and it was good to get this one out.

    @ Rob — Thank you. Articulating the system took a lot of refinement, but I’m happy with the simplicity of it now. Thank you!

  5. Hi JD .. ordered Saturday – arrived Tuesday … pretty good!

    I haven’t had a chance to open it yet .. but I will! Delighted to have ordered and received my copy .. thanks for your hard work getting this into print .. so we can use it in conjunction with all your posts ..

    Great news – Hilary

  6. Sounds interesting JD, congrats on the release! It’s very nice of you to share your experiences at Microsoft and how you effectively use time management to be more productive. How many pages is it?

  7. @ Hilary — I’m glad the book arrived and I’m looking forward to your feedback as you make your way through.

    @ Steven — Thank you! It’s 255 pages — like a playbook in your hands … it’s 6×9 and 1/2″ thick … so it’s thin, but not too thin. While it definitely improves productivity, the real focus is on meaningful results.

    @ Davina — Thank you!

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