NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- What if you could assemble several of today's top speakers, best-selling authors and thought leaders in one place to ask for their best advice to live a better life and build a better business? That's what Shawn Ellis, founder of The Speakers Group, set out to do -- virtually, at least -- when he solicited the wisdom of authorities like Chris Brogan, Marcus Buckingham, Jack Canfield, Mimi Donaldson, Robert Thompson, Erik Wahl and over 20 others for a new ebook, aptly titled, GOOD ADVICE to Help You Live A Better Life and Build A Better Business. Available free of charge -- and also available as an audiobook -- you can download a copy now at www.betterlifebetterbusiness.com/good-advice-2013/. Within the pages of the ebook, readers will find a compilation of expert advice on several important topics for today's business professionals, such as: - attitude- accountability- change management- leadership- sales- innovation- mindfulness- and more While a speakers bureau is typically thought of as a company that books speakers for meetings and conferences, The Speakers Group is driven by a bigger mission: to help people live better lives and build better businesses (hence the subtitle of the ebook). And yes, they still book speakers, too. "Clients know they can count on us to help them book great speakers for their events," Ellis notes, "but we can also help them by serving as a gateway to other resources our speakers offer -- whether that's articles on our blog, webinars, books, training programs, or this ebook, for example." Ellis points to a human resources management class -- and its professor -- at Belmont University that ignited his interest in the "better life, better business" theme over 15 years ago. "The intersection of life and business is a critical one," said Ellis, "because we spend a third or more of our waking hours at work. As a business leader, you want to bring out the best in your people to build a more successful business, and that can only happen if you make it a priority to enrich the lives of your people, too -- better life, better business."