MARSHALL: BY THE NUMBERS

#1 – Marshall Goldsmith is the only Thinkers50 two-time winner as the World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker.

#1 – Marshall Goldsmith has been recognized for over a decade by Thinkers50, Fast Company, INC Magazine, Global Gurus as the World’s Leading Executive Coach.

#1 – Triggers, Marshall Goldsmith’s latest book, has been listed as a #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller.

2 – The editors of Amazon.com have recognized two of Marshall Goldsmith’s books, Triggers and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, as being in the Top 100 Leadership and Success Books ever written (in their ‘in your lifetime’ series). This list includes modern books, classics, management books and self-help books. Marshall is the only living author who has two books in the Amazon Top 100.

3 – Marshall has written three New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers – Triggers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There.

14 – Thinkers50 recognized Marshall Goldsmith as one of the World’s Most-Influential Business Thinkers for fourteen consecutive years.

32 – Marshall’s books have been translated into 32 languages.

48 – Marshall has written or edited 48 books.

3,000 – Over 3,000 coaches who have been certified in Marshall Goldsmith’s Stakeholder Centered Coaching process.

1,375,000 – Marshall has over 1,375,000 followers on LinkedIn.

3 million – Books written or edited by Marshall Goldsmith have sold over 3 million copies.

4 million – Marshall’s LinkedIn Articles have been read over 4 million times.

8,000,000 – Marshall’s videos have been viewed on his YouTube channel and many other platforms over 8,000,000 times.

27 million – Visitors to www.MarshallGoldsmith.com have visited a web page to read and article, watch a video or listen to a podcast since 2015.

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