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Self-Employed: 50 Signs That You Might Be An Entrepreneur Paperback – April 25, 2017
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About the Author
John Rampton is an entrepreneur who has started and sold a number of successful businesses and currently operates Due, an online invoice and payments company. He has had a successful blog that is followed by thousands and has turned into an influencer in entrepreneurism, technology, and Internet Marketing. John has also spoken at many technology, marketing, and entrepreneur events.
Joel Comm is an author, speaker, consultant and entrepreneur with 12 published books. These books include The AdSense Code, Click Here to Order: Stories from the World’s Most Successful Entrepreneurs, KaChing: How to Run an Online Business that Pays and Pays and Twitter Power 2.0. He has also written over 40 ebooks. He has appeared in The New York Times, on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, on CNN online, on Fox News, and many other places.
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Most everyone wants to strike out on his or her own and build a successful business, but the questions no one asks you is, “Am I truly an entrepreneur and don’t know it?” "What qualities and characteristics do entrepreneurs possess and do I have them?" “What do I need to know about me, that will either impair or empower my success?” This why Joel Comm and John Rampton’s book will be so important for you. It delves deeply into the questions we don’t often ask ourselves about our style of entrepreneurship or type of business owner we will be.
It outlines 50 qualities that will help you decide if you are the type of personality that will do well as an entrepreneur. If you are already an entrepreneur, you will recognize yourself in these 50 qualities. You will laugh and remember. You will be surprised and feel understood in a way that makes you feel proud you’re a business owner. This book is about meeting you as a business owner. It’s time to do what you always do as an entrepreneur and take action. Buy this book it is an exceptional read.
I am often asked why I transitioned from a successful law practice to owning a digital marketing agency. For me, the answer is both complex and easy. Suffice it to say, I knew I needed to be doing something else. Something I loved. Something I was convinced was a good idea.
Though I believe I have many of the 50 signs the authors describe (some people definitely think I'm nuts), I certainly don't have all 50. But all 50 signs are spot-on. I see these signs in other entrepreneurs I know and I saw these signs demonstrated in the examples Joel and John used in the book.
The beauty of "Self-Employed - 50 Signs You Might Be An Entrepreneur" is that it is based on reality. This isn't a book based on the authors' reading a textbook. It's based on their own personal observations, experience and the experience of many other entrepreneurs. It's the real-life examples of work Joel and John and the entrepreneurs they spotlight have done that make this book a must-read for every entrepreneur or entrepreneur wannabe.
Really a tremendous, insightful look at the life and world of an entrepreneur!
Since I have only been in Network marketing for a year now, I found this book to be realistic and felt it was full of great stories and ideas. I had no idea I had a lot of the signs! :-)
There was one point of the book, chapter 36, where I really related to the story. As a parent, I am always doing multiple things at any given minute, so I was really able to relate to how the authors elaborated on doing "Impossible things at the same time". It is true though that the 3 things they talk about are indeed the ones that seem impossible at first, but as Entrepreneurs, we do these things ALL day, EVERY day, and we still get up and do them the day after that. It's just like being a parent.
After ready this book, I realized there are many more signs out there - more than I could have imagined, and that doesn't scare me one bit! lol
So, in my humble opinion, this book was very informative and down to reality. It was spot on when describing the life of an Entrepreneur and I am highly recommending it for a super good read.
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It is an enjoyable read. The chapter titles alone make for a fun list.Read more