Third Shift Entrepreneur
Keep Your Day Job, Build Your Dream Job
1. Auflage Dezember 2020
224 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 22,90 €
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Praise for THIRD SHIFT ENTREPRENEUR
"A must read for any aspiring entrepreneur with the itch to start their own business who is wondering 'but what do I do first?'"
-Gino Wickman, Author of Traction and Creator of EOS
"Our country and our communities are better when people bring their own ideas to life as entrepreneurs - and this book written as an engaging story helps show us how. If you're ready to step into the arena, grab hold of this book and the strategies in it."
-Robert A. McDonald, 8th Secretary of the Department of Veteran Affairs Retired Chairman, President and CEO of The Procter & Gamble Company
START YOUR DREAM BUSINESS WITHOUT THE RISK!
Too often people hold the dream of starting their own business and pursuing their destiny, but they are overcome not just by fear, but by the practical reality that they can not afford to take a financial risk. Third Shift Entrepreneur overcomes that false choice of settling for less or taking a financial risk and instead reveals a third path - one that allows you to fulfill your creative entrepreneurial potential while maintaining financial stability in your life.
If you are longing to make your life's work a reality, Third Shift Entrepreneur offers a roadmap that will give you the confidence to stop dreaming and start on your own journey to success.
Chapter 2: The Energy You're Putting Out
Chapter 3: If I'm Honest with Myself...
Chapter 4: 3rd Shift Entrepreneurs
Chapter 5: Real World Education
Chapter 6: Breaking Patterns
Chapter 7: Taking Stock
Chapter 8: Getting Paid to Learn
Chapter 9: Building an Audience
Chapter 10: Inviting People into the Process
Chapter 11: Monopoly Advantages
Chapter 12: Brave Conversations
Chapter 13: Calculating Your Return on Initiative (ROI)
Chapter 14: If I Build It...
Chapter 15: Assigning Your Own Homework
Chapter 16: Giving It a Name
Chapter 17: Staying Close to Your Customers
Chapter 18: You Can't Do It Alone
Chapter 19: Finding Co-Authors
Chapter 20: Small Wins
Chapter 21: Big Wins