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Entrepreneurship Lessons For Success Collection

Author : Bruce Barringer
ISBN : 9780133038941
Genre : Business & Economics
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3 indispensable insider’s guides to entrepreneurship: powerful skills, insights, and confidence-builders you won’t find anywhere else! Three books bring together today’s most indispensable lessons for entrepreneurs: specific guidance you can use right now to beat the odds and launch a high-profit, high-growth business that lasts! The Truth About Starting a Business reveals 53 bite-size, easy-to-use techniques for choosing the right business, location, and entry strategy… planning, funding, hiring, and executing a successful launch… implementing effective financial management and marketing… doing all that, and still maintaining a healthy personal life! So, You Want to Start a Business?: 8 Steps to Take Before Making the Leap gives you all the knowledge, tools, and hands-on advice you need to avoid 8 “killer mistakes” that cause most business failures. Unlike most books for entrepreneurs, this one focuses on the most crucial operational issues associated with consistent profitability – from product/service design to pricing, finding and keeping great employees to managing growth. Nothing theoretical here: this is fast-paced, 100% practical advice you can use right now. Finally, What’s Stopping You?: Shatter the 9 Most Common Myths Keeping You from Starting Your Own Business helps you get past the myths that keep potential entrepreneurs from making the leap, and gain all the practical skills and confidence you need to succeed. This book’s packed with case studies of “ordinary” people building great businesses – and practical techniques you can use, too – every step of the way! From world-renowned leaders and experts, including Bruce Barringer, Edward D. Hess, Charles D. Goetz, and R. Duane Ireland

The Richest Man In Babylon

Author : George Samuel Clason
ISBN : 9781291471816
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Richest Man in Babylon is a book by George Samuel Clason which dispenses financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon. Through their experiences in business and managing household finance, the characters in the parables learn simple lessons in financial wisdom. By basing these parables in ancient times, but involving situations that modern people can understand and identify with, the author presents these lessons as timeless wisdom that is as relevant today as it was back then. The book began in 1926 as a series of informational pamphlets. Banks and insurance companies began to distribute these pamphlets, and the most famous ones were eventually compiled into this book.

The Good Fail

Author : Richard Keith Latman
ISBN : 9781118283271
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33. 47 MB
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An inside look at how companies and executives rise and fall, with important lessons for all aspiring entrepreneurs The Good Fail is part business story, part guilty pleasure, exploring Richard Keith Latman's very public missteps and the painful lessons he learned as a result, presented to fellow entrepreneurs, in his own words, for the first time. Written in a lively, conversational style, the book answers questions many computer industry veterans have been asking for more than a decade about what went wrong at Microworkz, the failed former free PC enterprise. Chronicling Latman's long roller-coaster journey back and offering pointed advice about effective business development, negotiating, human resource management, and leadership, which Latman has successfully applied at his latest ventures, iMagicLab and Latman Interactive, the book is an important set of insights for entrepreneurs everywhere. Offers 19 practical lessons learned, which can help put other entrepreneurs on the path to success faster Includes invaluable insight into how to overcome even the worst public business failures Provides a behind-the-scenes look from the ultimate insider at an important time in computer industry history Presents a case study of how personal and business lives can negatively impact each other Microworkz's failure can be your success. The Good Fail provides both important insights into how to start a business that will reap rewards, and warnings about how to avoid going astray.

That Ll Never Work

Author : Kpmg Enterprise
ISBN : 9780143183426
Genre : Business & Economics
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Have you ever pictured yourself as an entrepreneur? Wondered what it takes to start your own business? Fought to shrug off your personal doubts and join the ranks of independent business owners living their dream? The entrepreneurs in That'll Never Work will captivate you with their stories of success earned, competition burned, and lessons learned. That'll Never Work profiles some of Canada's most successful business people: Tracey Clark (Bridgehead Coffee), Wayne Renick, Alf Garvin, and Brent Boyle (Jersey City Canada/Capz Canada), Charlie Spiring (Wellington West Capital Inc.), Barb Stegemann (The 7 Virtues Beauty Inc. & The 7 Virtues Communications Group), Jim Deslaurier and Denis Staples (Deslaurier Custom Cabinets Inc.), Stephen McIntosh (Factory Optical/Optics International/EyecandyOptiks), Gayle Robin (StrategicAmpersand), Robert Mills an Ray Mills (KUDU Industries Inc.), Gerhard Rauch (Helton Industries), Vivian Risi (Royal LePage), Louis Anagnostakos and Ted Manziaris (Turtle Island Recycling), Rivers Corbett (Relish Gourmet Burgers), Jory Lamb (VistaVu Solutions), Natalie Macaulay (Emerge Learning), Kevin Wong (Nulogy Corporation), Benoit La Salle (SEMAFO), Ray Price (Sunterra Group), Steven Gupta (Easton's Group of Hotels), Paul Walker (Surface Mount Technology Centre Inc.). Recalling the mistakes they made, the lessons they learned and who they learned them from, That'll Never Work gives us an insider's view into the triumphs and trials of some of Canada's most resilient entrepreneurs.

Entrepreneurs In High Technology

Author : Edward B. Roberts
ISBN : 0199762902
Genre : Business & Economics
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The ingredients for success in starting and developing a technology-based company aren't obvious. Why, for example, did Digital Equipment Corporation succeed--and indeed become one of the most successful high-tech corporations in the world--while dozens of other companies with similar beginnings fail? It is a question that demands careful consideration by anyone setting up a new company or who is interested in starting one. In Entrepreneurs in High Technology, Edward Roberts, a Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, offers entrepreneurs a goldmine of information on starting, financing, and expanding a high-tech firm. His book reveals the results of research conducted over twenty-five years on several hundred high-tech firms, and it reflects the insights of the author's own first-hand experience as a company founder, director, and venture capitalist. Focusing on firms in the Greater Boston area--many of which have had technological links with MIT--Roberts traces the origins and the evolution of the high-technology failures and successes. He examines the work experience and family backgrounds of successful technical entrepreneurs, their sources of funding, and the ways they respond to the challenge of business growth. He compares the track records of firms with multi-founder teams and firms with individual founders, contrasts the performance of consulting firms and research-and-development contractors against companies that start out with a product, identifies the factors that limit an enterprise's ability to raise outside capital, and explores the critical influence of marketing orientation on successful companies. In a penetrating analysis of highly successful ventures, the author reveals the importance of strategically transforming the company to a market-oriented focus, and he examines the widespread tendency, even among the most successful high-tech firms, to displace the founder before the company achieves "super-success." For anyone planning to start a technology-based enterprise, Entrepreneurs in High Technology is essential reading--an invaluable preview of the financial, organizational, and marketing issues that confront every new high-tech venture. For business and technology watchers, it is an informative account of the promise and the perils entailed in bringing innovative ideas to the marketplace.

Doing Business By The Good Book

Author : David Steward
ISBN : 9781401342944
Genre : Business & Economics
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An indispensable volume that shows how to succeed in business by using the Bible and its lessons as a source of inspiration and guidance n 1990, David L. Steward founded his company, Worldwide Technology, Inc., on a shoestring budget and borrowed money, well aware of the high-risk nature of the venture he was undertaking. Despite the fact that he was a novice entrepreneur, he was certain he would succeed. Steward believed intensely that God wouldn't let him down. Doing Business by the Good Book shares the inspiring lessons culled straight from the Bible, that Steward used to build his privately held billion-dollar company into a global information technology enterprise.

Lessons From Success Stories Of African Women Entrepreneurs

Author : Hilda M. K. Tadria
ISBN : LCCN:2008345679
Genre : Businesswomen
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