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'Gerber's books never disappoint. These Ten Principles help you dig in to create newer, bigger ideas during our deeply troubled times, ultimately producing a great renewal of mind, of body, of spirit, and leading to a new operating system where anything is possible and growth is built into the culture.'
Stephen M. R. Covey, author of the New York Times and#1 Wall Street Journal bestseller The Speed of Trust
'This book doesn't just describe great business principles, it MAKESbusiness history. Your economic survival hinges on you reading this book!'
Jack Canfield, coauthor of the New York Times #1 bestselling Chicken Soup for the Soul® series and author of The Success Principles
'Gerber is the master in giving us the essence. Every business begins small, then grows and endures in accordance with its founding principles. His new book scores a perfect 10!'
Denis Waitley, author of The Psychology of Winning
'New books recycle old ideas. This one is brand-new thinking for our deeply troubled times. Gerber takes on the tough issues of the day, and provides liberating insight and compelling principles on creating small business success in any economic or political environment.'
Dr. Ivan Misner, New York Times bestselling author and founder of BNI
'Entrepreneurship has been the high road to success and satisfaction for 200 years. In this book, Michael shows you how to start and build your own business better and more meaningfully than you ever thought possible. Good Luck!'
Brian Tracy, bestselling author of The Psychology of Achievement --. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Before you launch your start-up, begin with Gerber
All too often, entrepreneurs begin a small business to create a sense of security. They become sole proprietors or perhaps employ only one or two people. The business becomes a perpetual existence, like a mechanic, a doctor, a therapist, or a retailer who does the same thing over and over again to generate a stream of income. The small businessperson fails to grow, marking time by repeating the same service in a perpetual cycle throughout the life of the business.
Gerber's ten principles will help you to break out of this vicious cycle before it starts in your new business. He'll help you to embrace the energy of exploration with a road map for taking your vision beyond the obvious. Only then can you build a company that provides continuous fulfillment and personal growth, and can expand its income, services, and positive contributions to your employees and community.
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Gerber's ten principles will help you to:
From identifying opportunities to viable business design to field-testing your ideas, Gerber offers a dynamic message for creating the most successful small business in the worldnot only providing you with economic certainty, for which he believes all persons are capable, but empowering you to achieve your fullest potential.
I love Michael and the work he have made available. It's not easy starting a business and his work is so supportive. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nancy
In his book, Michael Gerber talks about the 10 Principles needed to grow and scale your business. He goes over the mindset and the practical tools you need to grow your business... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Clay Clark
I am a small business owner and this book is at the top of my list when it comes to running you business with the correct mind. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by Kevin
Rambling nonsense interjected with overt preaching and political-soap-box screeds. A waste of money and time. Feels like a really bad sequel knocked out to get more cash.Published on September 9, 2012 by Amazon Customer
Michael Gerber has clearly been reading too many spiritual and new-age books in his spare time of late and absorbed ideas from them that he has transplanted into a book supposedly... Read morePublished on July 15, 2011 by P. W. Robinson
This was a good follow on to the earlier books written in Gerber's easy sytle, and builds on the eMyth concepts. Read morePublished on May 11, 2011 by Jerry Sheets
Very average book i wish i hadn't wasted my time with. Most of it is pointless drivel and what few good points that are made are mostly common sense. Read morePublished on March 27, 2011 by Shane Ferguson
I began studying Michael's work nearly 20 years ago, and have considered myself a student since then. Read morePublished on July 20, 2010 by Sligh Family