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Hi guys,

Was wondering - do you offer up written summaries of the podcasts? Too much great stuff, and I couldn't manage to write it all down....

alyurek's picture

Hi Friedbeef,

I just discovered [URL=http://www.manager-tools.com/your-tools/]this[/URL] page yesterday. There are summaries, transcripts and tools mentioned on most of the key podcasts. You might have to be logged in to see the page.

-Alex

Nevergiveup's picture

[quote="alyurek"]Hi Friedbeef,

I just discovered [URL=http://www.manager-tools.com/your-tools/]this[/URL] page yesterday. There are summaries, transcripts and tools mentioned on most of the key podcasts. You might have to be logged in to see the page.

-Alex[/quote]

Thanks, I found those too - but those are mainly the attachments and tools, not so much the transcripts and tips from the podcasts.

juliahhavener's picture

Transcripts are to be a part of the planned premium subscriptions. M&M have been working toward this end for a bit, but we don't have a date yet for it to go live. The intention is to continue to offer all podcasts for free as they are currently; premium subscription will offer some value added items such as verbatim transcripts of those podcasts. The details of how this will work have not been finalized. A search for previous discussions on premium subscriptions may give you more information.

Mark's picture

Fried-

Shownotes and PowerPoints of every show will be available once we go live with premium subscriptions. There will be some of the historical shows that will be provided as an introduction, and then others will be available for a small charge. We have been asked to provide the entire history for one price, and we will, for less than it would be to buy individually.

The podcasts will always be free, and the premium content is meant to allow you to create a Manager Tools Management Guidebook, to be able to refer to whenever. We will probably also have some sort of web access, but we're cautious about IP issues there.

15 bucks a month. Anybody complains about that, they can go to Harvard and get a real education (in cost benefit). :wink:

We're shooting for this summer. And we've been wrong before.

Mark