Kindle 10th Anniversary Sale! 50% Off 3 Amazon Best Selling Titles

Discover Twenty One Co., Ltd.
Kindle 10th Anniversary Sale! 50% Off 3 Amazon Best Selling Titles
Discover Twenty One Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President: Naomi Taniguchi) will offer 50% off 679 Discover e-books on Kindle from October 4th to October 25th, 2022. We will hold a sale. [Image 1

Amazon 10th Anniversary! 50% off sale held
From 10/4 to 10/25, we will hold a special sale to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Kindle.
This is a campaign where 679 Discover e-books are 50% off.
The topics covered are the popular “Driver: A messenger from the past that changes the future” and the best-selling “Science of Failure: Organizations that learn from failure, organizations that cannot learn”.
[Campaign overview]
Bookstore: Kindle
Period: October 4, 2022 (Tuesday) to October 25, 2022 (Tuesday) Discount rate: 50%
Target score: 679 points
Pick up recommended books!
1. “Driver: A messenger from the past who will change the future” [Image 2d18193-953-03273bfaa8c7835acd07-1.png&s3=18193-953-aafcd93489c4ce06a5a4e96cd2f8a3aa-241x346.png
Over 80,000 copies!
Tai Kitagawa, a best-selling author who has sold over 1 million copies in total, is moving with all his might.
Yasushi Kitagawa is a best-selling author who has sold more than 1 million copies of his self-development fiction works such as “The Book of the Magi”, “Because I met you” and “The Letter Shop”.
The keyword of this work is the word “luck” in the title.
“Luck” is often said to be “good” or “bad”, but “luck” is not something that is expressed in terms of good or bad. is.
So, how can we “save” and “spend”? And could the protagonist be able to “store” and “use” that “luck”…?
It is a heartfelt moving performance with a powerful message that “There is no effort that goes unrewarded.”
Shuichi, the main character, is a middle-aged life insurance salesman. The contract record is the worst, and the daughter is not going to school. Both at work and at home, I was in a situation where I wanted to cry, “Why am I the only one who sees this…”. At that time, the taxi driver who happened to be riding said something strange… ▼ Click here to purchase
2. “Science of failure: Organizations that learn from failure, organizations that cannot learn”
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Over 50,000 copies! Global bestseller published in 22 countries Why can’t the actual situation of “1 in 10 medical errors” be improved? Why did the pilot who crashed out of fuel “ignore” the warning? Why does the prosecutor insist that he is “guilty” even if he is innocent by DNA test?
Everyone instinctively avoids failure.
That is why only a very small number of people and organizations who actively learn from their failures can demonstrate “ultimate performance.”
In this book, a genius journalist who graduated from Oxford University at the top of his class, along with case studies from all industries, including the medical industry, the airline industry, global companies, and professional sports teams, presents the “causes” that lead to all kinds of failures, and what leading organizations are prepared for. I will introduce the “learning system” that exists. ▼ Click here to purchase
3. “Purpose-driven thinking method that strategy consultants value” [Image 4d18193-953-fd23a0e85a762a2ec2a3-3.jpg&s3=18193-953-15c565f9dee868bf5f9ab02cfe34754f-321x499.jpg
How to think to get the results you want in the VUCA era
-A story of creating results by connecting purpose-goal-means In the VUCA era, it is not possible to produce results even if you work by extension or past successful experiences. What is required of business people in this era is the ability to think from the point of view of “why” the work is done, that is, the “purpose”, without being bound by conventional methods.
However, despite its importance, there are many people who do not know the role of purpose and how to set it.
The author of this book, Mr. Anji Mochizuki, has won the highest evaluation for four consecutive years at Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting, the world’s largest consulting firm, limited to the top few percent of human resources in the firm. Promoted to senior manager. In addition, I am in charge of the lecturer of the “Logical Thinking” training for the entire Deloitte Tohmatsu Group, and I am in charge of more than 200 students in the first year.
In this book, such an up-and-coming strategy consultant teaches the “type” of thinking that has been thought, practiced, and polished at the site of numerous projects.
▼ Click here to purchase

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