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Weekly Principles - For Life

What you are about to embark upon, if you so choose, is the knowledge acquired by Tom from 1964 and Kai from 1986, summarised in the form of Principles.

We will, once a week for 33 weeks, get a a short 3 to 15-minute video, where we share and discuss principles related to how you can improve success in Project & People Management, Product Development, Delivery & Quality Assurance.

The Principles are true golden nuggets of wisdom that are priceless to those who understand and act upon them. We will bring up a principle, shed some light on what it means, why it is essential and how to implement it in practice.

GUARANTEE: Also, we have taken away all risk for you as it all is covered with a 30 day, 100% money back guarantee. If we don't deliver great principles, or if you for any reason want a refund, just let us know, no questions asked. Full refund.

BONUS 1: To complement the videos, we will also give you Tom Gilb's new book manuscript Value Planning, 800 pages of profound knowledge. This you get for free, instant access. Worth €10.-

BONUS 2: The platform where the weekly principles are hosted for you is pleasant to use, where you can navigate between each principle. And each principle comes with its own built-in discussion forum. There you can ask Tom & Kai Gilb anything you like, and everyone can comment and discuss this weeks principle.
Worth: Priceless.

So gift yourself with Weekly Principles with Kai & Tom Gilb. Go Deep, become the expert, get inspired!


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