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Becoming an Entrepreneur: How to Find Freedom and Fulfillment as a Business Owner

 Author: Jake Desyllas  Category: Other Books  Published: 2014  Buy Now
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Successful entrepreneur Jake Desyllas demystifies entrepreneurship, providing a cheerful and inspiring call to action for those who yearn to break free.

Becoming an Entrepreneur is unique in its focus on the psychological dimensions of starting a business. Using personal examples, Desyllas approaches this topic with insight and sensitivity, showing you how to overcome the mindset of “employee conditioning” and find fulfillment by creating an enterprise in line with your values.

Readers will learn how to reach profitability, remove themselves from the daily grind, and achieve personal and professional freedom as a business owner.

Becoming an Entrepreneur is a short, jargon-free guide, packed with solid advice that you can start using today to build and manage your own business. By the time you’ve finished reading this book, you’ll understand the fundamentals of entrepreneurship and have a set of timeless principles that can you use in any business situation.

If you’re ready to jailbreak your career and lifestyle, Becoming an Entrepreneur will set you on the right path.


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