(Salt Lake City, UT, January 24, 2012) Alan Fine, New York Times bestselling author, has been invited to participate in The 12 Books in 2012 project. The largest online book group in the personal development/business genre, 12 Books in 2012 introduces readers to a business leadership book each month and provides the unique experience of an author lead discussion forum.
“This is an exciting opportunity to interact with readers and users of the GROW method,” says Alan Fine, “guiding readers, chapter by chapter—answering questions and concerns.”
Participants in The 12 Books in 2012 project will be reading Alan’s book, You ALREADY Know How to Be GREAT, during the month of February. For the entire month, participants will have unprecedented access to Alan’s extensive experience and knowledge through weekly online discussions. Readers will receive bonus materials, chapter guides, and access to the You Already Know How to Be Great online community. In addition, participants in the 12 Books in 2012 project will have an opportunity to win a six week bi-weekly coaching engagement with InsideOut Development. The culmination of this month will be a LIVE webinar with Q&A hosted by Alan Fine. The winner of the Executive Coaching Engagement will be announced during this webinar.
“We are thrilled to have an author of Alan’s caliber participate in this project.” says Jacob Paulsen, Founder of 12 Books in 2012. “As a top performance coach, his experience coaching professional athletes, musicians, and corporate executives will prove to be invaluable to the programs readers.”
All book discussion will be hosted by Goodreads.com. Readers interested in participating in The 12 Books in 2012 project can visit www.12booksin2012.com. Participation is free.
About Alan Fine
Alan Fine is an author, executive coach, consultant, and speaker. Alan is a New York Times bestselling author of You ALREADY Know How to Be GREAT, has contributed articles to Forbes, The New York Daily News, The Globe and Mail, Golf World, Golf International, and is a contributing author to Coaching for Leadership by the Drucker Foundation. Alan is also the founder of InsideOut Development a professional-training and organizational-consulting firm where he provides executive coaching and leadership training.
For more information about Alan Fine visit www.alan-fine.com or connect on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.