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    The team behind How Google Works returns with management lessons from legendary coach and business executive Bill Campbell, whose mentoring of some of our most successful modern entrepreneurs has helped create well over a trillion dollars in market value.

    Bill Campbell played an instrumental role in the growth of several prominent companies, such as Google, Apple, and Intuit, fostering deep relationships with Silicon Valley visionaries, including Steve Jobs, Larry Page, and Eric Schmidt. In addition, this business genius mentored dozens of other important leaders on both coasts, from entrepreneurs to venture capitalists to educators to football players, leaving behind a legacy of growing companies, successful people, respect, friendship, and love after his death in 2016.

    Leaders at Google for more than a decade, Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Alan Eagle experienced firsthand how the man fondly known as Coach Bill built trusting relationships, fostered personal growth - even in those at the pinnacle of their careers - inspired courage, and identified and resolved simmering tensions that inevitably arise in fast-moving environments. To honor their mentor and inspire and teach future generations, they have codified his wisdom in this essential guide.

    Based on interviews with more than 80 people who knew and loved Bill Campbell, Trillion Dollar Coach explains the Coach’s principles and illustrates them with stories from the many great people and companies with which he worked. The result is a blueprint for forward-thinking business leaders and managers that will help them create higher performing and faster moving cultures, teams, and companies.

    Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook. 

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio. 

    ©2019 Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Alan Eagle (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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    A great topic but a miss in the conception

    The topic was incredibly good but the way they made it, with too much details and not enough clarity missed the quality the book could have been. A great work in term of research and lacking a clear plan in the development.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 19/04/2019

    Bill was an amazing coach. Book was very redundant

    The Hard Things about Hard Things covers most of the same things and goes into more detail about specific topics, but this book is good if you're looking for more anecdotal evidence of how great a guy Bill Campbell was.

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    • Ubaidu
    • 15/05/2019

    I didn't learn much from this book

    I bought this book with high expectations as I have read the authors' previous book on "How Google works" What I learned from this book can be put in two lines. Bill Campbell was a great coach. And it is good to have a coach for anybody especially for the top level executives of a company. I would say it could have been compressed in to an online article, rather than a book of its own. I have no idea how this book is getting so many 5 stars.

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    • Jason Lehmbeck
    • 25/04/2019

    Great regarding the Coach’s life; Ok on how-to

    This was a great book to learn about Bill Campbell but was just ok on the how-to aspects of being a great coach

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    • intangiblereverie
    • 17/04/2019

    This is a eulogy, not a "playbook."

    TL/DR: Apply good football coaching principles to the business world = help silicon valley companies make trillions. If you're looking for leadership & growth insights, you'll get what you're looking for more densely & expediently from the likes of Peter Drucker or John Maxwell. This book is ultimately a massive name-check storytelling session for silicon valley power players to eulogize their beloved coach. The best thing it accomplishes is animating the story of an inspirational, colorful leader, and perhaps show those who aren't in the know that coaching is necessary for growth. While these are both valuable things, they hardly amount to a "playbook" as the title suggests. What really gets me, though, is the narrator. He does this awful thing where he feigns the accents of contributors to this book when he's reading their passages. Is it really necessary for this white guy to mock an Indian accent? These passages are written in English, same as the rest who aren't ESL speakers.

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    • Rohit Pujari
    • 08/05/2019

    Don’t bother, there are better books on leadership and coaching

    This book is full of one sided anecdotes and fluffy stories. Reads more like a eulogy...

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    • Mathew
    • 11/01/2020

    Disappointed. This was a eulogy...lacking substance

    This book would have been so much better had the author actually simply spent one chapter discussing the bugs and bolts of HOW someone else could replicate Bill’s impact. I felt like I was working on a 1000 piece puzzle that was missing half the key pieces to finish the puzzle.

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    • Austein
    • 25/04/2019

    A Heart-centered Counterpoint

    Everything in this book is actionable - it’s just different than most business or leadership books because Bill Campbell was different than most business people. The point to bring the heart, sincere relationship, “soft” skills, love, and family into the work place is well communicated and timely. It was difficult to distill the traits of such a enigmatic personality into a “playbook” I am sure but they did a good job.

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    • D_C
    • 28/04/2019

    Transform your business through caring

    Loved it! Care for your team and people and see your business transform. Listen now!

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    • Kakarot
    • 01/03/2020

    A eulogy

    Seems like the book was written out of respect to losing someone so close to those startups. Not really a "leadership playbook"

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    • AS
    • 27/02/2020

    Book is a drag, should have been 2 sentences

    The book can be summarized in 2 sentence: Coaches show you your blindspots and sour-spots and they care about your success. They want you to realize your potential and this is how mentors and managers should be.

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    • Mikhail Romanov
    • 23/12/2019

    100% praise, no lessons

    This book tries to be both a biography, and a eulogy, but unfortunately fails at both. The main problem with it is the amount of sugar-coating of Bill. "Everything he did was great", "he was always supportive", "he LOVED the people", etc. It's all "good" and "great", he never did anything wrong. We all know that no person is that simple. But I guess when you have half of silicon valley CEOs as friends you can rewrite the history! The funny part is how phrases that "he LOVED the people and put them first" are backed up by stories like when a person who was important to the company and did a good job decided to quit and Bill goes "He betrayed us. F**k him." Yeah, talk about love for people. To me a lot of examples sounded like he cared for the company results, and was nice to people only as long as they played along. Another funny example was when the author was highlighting Bill's commitment to "the team". So Bill was hobby-coaching a kids' team in his free time. And the commitment example is he was preparing plays the team should execute during board meetings in one of the companies. Seriously? And for the author it's a great thing, showing how he values the kids. And the company he's on the board of? I guess it's not important. And only in the previous chapter author was telling about Bill berating a player on his team for having "other commitments" and that "you have to be 100% focused on one thing"; right before saying Bill himself was doing random stuff in meetings. But no, he's a perfect man. To be useful, the book needs to tell the truth. To draw lessons, you need to see both sides. Blindly praising Bill doesn't do anyone any good.

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    • patrik
    • 04/01/2020

    you ll do nothing wrong listening

    a book about a great person. certainly some great tips. you ll do nothing wrong to listen. personally I'd liked to have a few more examples and focused on the different techniques. more structure would have helped me as well to digest the advice

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    • Hendi
    • 08/08/2019

    Unstructured anecdotes

    Despite it's shortness I really struggled to finish this book. It seemed like a collection of rather unstructured opinions and anecdotes about the seemingly flawless Bill Campbell. But... maybe I'm just disappointed, because I had high expectations in the authors or because I compare it to Ray Dalios Principles.

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    • Julian Kleber
    • 13/10/2020

    Must have

    I enjoyed this book. The deep dive into one of the most beautiful minds in modern history has many lessons to offer. A great book for a new journey.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 08/05/2020

    Wieviel die Menschen im Business wirklich zählen.❤️

    Ein super Buch. Bill zeigt im Details wie wichtig die Menschen hinter deren Business Rollen sind. „The People matter most“ Hab viel mitgenommen. Vielen Dank an die Autoren für das Zusammenstellen dieses super Wissensbündel.

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    • pascal
    • 26/07/2019

    Solid Book

    Not too many surprises. Solid insights (that are rather well known already). The story itself is not too interesting.

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    • Moritz
    • 01/07/2019

    kind of a cool story

    besides flthe fact that the hole book is split in sections and not named chapters it is again not that cool to handle... from the insight it seems to be a quite interesting person with some decent approaches.

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    • ProHuman
    • 13/08/2019

    Amazing this book is a blessing to it's readers

    Thanks Bill! THANKS FOR BEING THE COACH. And thanks for writing it to the authors. Amazing this book is a blessing to it's readers like Bill was a blessing for humankind!