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Deborah A. Bailey is a sought after expert to discuss entrepreneurial and workplace issues. After over twenty years in the corporate world, Deborah graduated from Coach U and transitioned into entrepreneurship. She’s the author of of several novels and non-fiction books, in addition to a short story collection, a speaker and the host of “Women Entrepreneurs – The Secrets of Success,” an internet radio talk show where she provides candid discussions with today’s top entrepreneurs, authors and industry experts.
This book will help you to:
- Transfer your current skills into a new career
- Transition from employee to entrepreneur-even if you don’t know where to start
- Gain control over your life and have more financial freedom
- Discover your purpose, follow your dreams and live a fulfilled life
- Start over after a job at any age or stage in your career
- Even if you don’t want to go into business for yourself, you’ll learn how entrepreneurial traits can help you to succeed!
Let’s take a look at some of the traits of successful entrepreneurs.
Having a vision – What do you really want to achieve in your life? What do you enjoy doing? When you have a vision for what you want to accomplish, you can stop running in circles.
Being creative – Creativity isn’t just about art! It’s also about thinking outside the box in order to solve problems and find new ways of doing things.
Trusting your intuition – How often do you listen to your “inner” voice? When you learn to trust your own judgment, you can trust that you know what’s best for you.
Taking risks – It’s possible that in order to achieve what you want, you may have to try something completely new. Are you ready to step out of your comfort zone?
Taking action – Once you have gathered the information you need, it’s time to take action. When you let things happen by default, you can end up being a victim of circumstances instead of being a victor.
When people are thinking about going into business, the business plan is considered to be the most important thing to do first – but is it really?
For the employee who is now seriously considering becoming an entrepreneur, this book is a guide to what you should think about before you take any steps towards starting a business.
“Think like an Entrepreneur,” is a practical guide to making the transition from employee to business owner. It includes a series of interviews by leading women experts in various industries. The book is inspiring, motivating and full of expert advise. Each chapter of the book starts with a quote. These “wisdom pearls” give the book just that little bit extra.