Tag: entrepreneurship

Big Things Have Small Beginnings

Big Things Have Small Beginnings

| March 15, 2019

Small things matter if you want to achieve BIG things. Wes Berry built a remarkable $60 million-dollar international business from his family’s small florist shop, which began in Detroit. Now, in his extraordinary new book, he shares what he has learned over the years about leadership and business growth.  In many businesses that fail, the […]

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Magical: How Magic and its Star Performers Transformed the Entertainment Economy

Magical: How Magic and its Star Performers Transformed the Entertainment Economy

| February 28, 2019

Are you ready for some magic? There are solo magicians today who are making over $20,000 per performance, while those in the big leagues routinely bring in over $20 million a year. How did they get there and what are the keys to their success? What skills and techniques do they possess and deploy that […]

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Rewire: Thrive In Your Personal, Financial And Emotional Life

Rewire: Thrive In Your Personal, Financial And Emotional Life

| May 19, 2018

You want to strive for the greatness you deserve? Grow your business? Build meaningful relationships? Stop worrying? It’s what you deserve. These and other factors go hand in hand to determine how successful you will be in your life. You don’t need anybody’s permission to be happy, what you do need is to be provided […]

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Rise of the Millennial Entrepreneur

Rise of the Millennial Entrepreneur

| March 3, 2018

Millennials are the new wave of leaders. We are not content to live the corporate 9-to-5 grind. We want more freedom, mobility, connection, adventure. We determine our own future, and we lead the way in productivity, vision, and growth through starting successful businesses. This book will show you how to step into your own as […]

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Explosive Growth: A Few Things I Learned While Growing To 100 Million Users And Losing $78 Million: Ultimate Startup Playbook In Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy, Online Marketing, Leadership & PR

Explosive Growth: A Few Things I Learned While Growing To 100 Million Users And Losing $78 Million: Ultimate Startup Playbook In Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy, Online Marketing, Leadership & PR

| January 16, 2018

The Ultimate Playbook For Startup Founders To Grow To 1 Million Users & More. How Does A Startup With Little Funding Grow To 100 MILLION USERS? Cliff Lerner’s online dating startup, Snap Interactive, was running out of money when he bet the company’s fortunes on a then-unknown platform called Facebook. The app achieved explosive growth, […]

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Life, Liquidity & the Pursuit of Happiness: How to Maximize and Preserve Your Startup Wealth and Live Your Dreams

Life, Liquidity & the Pursuit of Happiness: How to Maximize and Preserve Your Startup Wealth and Live Your Dreams

| September 17, 2017

The water coolers and watering holes of Silicon Valley are rife with tales of paper millionaires who didn’t diversify, spent money they didn’t actually have, and wound up with nothing. Life, Liquidity & the Pursuit of Happiness is a crucial guidebook for startup employees looking to understand and prepare for the personal financial and legal […]

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Master Your Why: Every business has a story. Turn your story into customers.

Master Your Why: Every business has a story. Turn your story into customers.

| August 16, 2017

Every business owner has a story. You started your business for a purpose. Once you understand that purpose you’ll be able to easily attract the type of customer that wants to spend money on your business. Master Your Why to start turning your story into customers. KNOWING YOUR WHY is an evolution. It is also […]

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From Grunt to CEO: Start a business in one month and live of passive income (The 30 Days Challenge)

From Grunt to CEO: Start a business in one month and live of passive income (The 30 Days Challenge)

| April 15, 2017

Who doesn’t want to be their own boss? The dream of becoming a CEO is just a month away. With the right guide you can stop working for others and work for yourself. Nine to Five is a terrible lifestyle. Employees exchange their valuable time to make money for somebody else who works less but […]

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