Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

 
The Everyday Entrepreneur Basso, Rob | Genn, Adina John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2013 Entrepreneurship

Many people dream of opening their own businesses, but the entrepreneurs who succeed know how to calculate the risks involved, win investors’ confidence, and persevere through trying times. While many entrepreneurs are...

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Zennovation Taki, Tomio | Taki, Adam John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2012 Business Biographies, Entrepreneurship

In Zennovation, Adam Taki chronicles the career trajectory of his father, Tomio Taki, the leader of a large Japanese conglomerate. An entrepreneur who skillfully leveraged his background and contacts,...

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What You Need to Know about Starting a Business Duncan, Kevin Capstone Publishing Ltd. , 2011 Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship

In What You Need to Know about Starting a Business, Kevin Duncan offers would-be entrepreneurs a crash course in setting up any kind of business. He provides advice and tips on everything from refining...

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6 Secrets to Startup Success Bradberry, John AMACOM , 2011 Entrepreneurship

Most entrepreneurs believe passionately in their ideas, yet most new businesses fail within a few years of launching. In 6 Secrets to Startup Success, John Bradberry explains that entrepreneurial...

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The Entrepreneur Equation Roth, Carol BenBella Books, Inc. , 2012 Entrepreneurship

Many business self-help books assume that anyone can be an entrepreneur. Those who have built businesses know there is no magic plan to create a business that makes a million dollars a day. In The Entrepreneur...

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Double Double Herold, Cameron Greenleaf Book Group Press , 2011 Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship

In Double Double, Cameron Herold offers a detailed plan for entrepreneurs who wish to double the size of their companies’ revenues and profits within three years. The steps he describes are simple,...

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Cannibal Capitalism Hill, Michael C. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2012 Economics & Finance, Entrepreneurship

Michael Hill was a custom home builder with a company valued at $47 million when the subprime crisis hit and the nation’s housing market tanked. In 2008, Hill found himself in bankruptcy court. He realized that the...

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How to Sell Anything to Anyone Anytime Kahle, Dave Career Press , 2011 Customer Focus, Entrepreneurship

Too often salespeople get mired in the details of a deal and the product they are touting and forget to focus on the key component of a transaction—the customer. In How to Sell Anything to Anyone Anytime...

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Fearless Referrals Anderson, Matt The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. , 2012 Entrepreneurship

Quality customer referrals may be one of the most valuable forms of marketing for any business, but mastering the art of asking for referrals is daunting for many people. For some, asking for and managing referrals...

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The Self-Made Myth Miller, Brian | Lapham, Mike Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2012 Entrepreneurship, Personal Growth

In The Self-Made Myth, Brian Miller and Mike Lapham examine the widespread belief that successful people in America are “self-made,” with little outside help. While hard work, creativity, and sacrifice...

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