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Dream, Inc. - Million Dollar Business Strategies From 32 Successful Philadelphia-Area Entrepreneurs Paperback – February 1, 2008
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You see, I never get my ideas off the ground because I'm too busy trying to learn more, researching more, or "think about it" more...
However, Dream, Inc cuts through all the noise and the clutter. It tells the stories of several Philadelphia area entrepreneurs who over come obstacles in their personal and professional lives and how each one of these people stayed committed to their cause. You will discover how, by taking massive action, they were able leap over these obstacles and reach their personal and financial goals.
Dream, Inc is an easy read. With all the interesting and motivational success stories I was able to finish the book in one sitting. But don't be fooled, there's a lot of "meat" in this book and I was able to pull out at least 20 new ideas. Ideas I will use to help me jump start my new business and conquer "analysis/paralysis" once and for all.
What Dream Inc shows is that the only realy difference between an entreprenurial wannabee and a successful one is the "take action, it's OK if I make a mess" mentality demonstrated in this book. While there is some specific advice in the book I'd say to read it mainly for the inspiration of these ordinary folks making it big in their industry/business.
If you need that 'boost' pick up this book. You'll probably see yourself in at least one of the many folks profiled.
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Some of us are lucky enough to be experts in our field and so we somehow end up starting our own business. Read morePublished on April 7, 2008 by Reut Schwartz-hebron
Have you ever worried about running your own business? Worried that you weren't good enough or have enough ideas or knew marketing well enough? Read morePublished on February 19, 2008 by Charles Seymour Jr.