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What makes great entrepreneurs tick? What are the mindsets and practices that enable them to consistently produce great results in the areas of
In “Entrepreneur Mind Hacks” Carey Green pulls together the hard-learned insights of 24 successful entrepreneurs to take you on a guided tour of how they think about their lives and how they organize to do amazing things in the world!
You’ll get exceptional insights from these up and coming and experienced entrepreneurs (listed alphabetically by last name):
Andrea Beltrami, Donnie Bryant, Stephanie Callahan, Julie Coraccio, Dan Crask, Tony Dassow, Rick Eliason, Eric Enge, Mark Evans, DM, DN, Susan Finch, Chery Gegelman, Carey Green, Ryan Healy, Owen Hemsath, Phyllis Khare, Jim Kukral, Daniel J. Lewis, Nick Loper, Ande Lyons, Shawn Manaher, Kenneth Manesse, Sr., Tom Morkes, Katrina Pfannkuch, Tom Rolfson, Martin Shervington, Lany Sullivan, and Tommy Walker.
You’d expect only the best insights and wisdom from a group like that, and it’s exactly what you’ll get in “Entrepreneur Mind Hacks.”
I want to thank every one of these amazing entrepreneurs for their full-hearted and generous contributions to this book. They’ve given a lot to make this a power-packed resource filled with years worth of hard-learned lessons.
The Entrepreneur Road Map is my 10-video course, outlining the key elements you need to address to position yourself to be a successful entrepreneur, determine your niche, and build a business that will be able to grow and last. These are my hard-learned lessons, absorbed into my very soul in the trenches of business development. In the Entrepreneur Road Map Video Course you’ll find these topics:
Humility is not a virtue that’s championed in the American culture, or in modern business strategy. We’re a bunch of rugged individuals, like the Marlboro man. We’re mavericks, pioneers, explorers, people who are strong, independent, and proud. But as good as those characteristics may be in helping you get your business off the ground, they […]
How much thought have you given to what drives you in your business endeavors? If you are a Christ-follower, I hope you’ve spent a good deal of time on the subject. Jesus spoke an enormous amount about personal motives. Here’s a short-list: All three of those scriptures are powerful, but the last one hits me […]
Multipreneur I thought I had made up the term, but it seems that there are quite a few people throwing it around these days. It’s the word I think of (but don’t actually say) when people ask me, I don’t actually use the word because then I’d have to explain to people what THAT means. […]
How often should I blog? It’s not as easy to answer this question as you might think. There are lots of opinions out there, each one coming from its own unique perspective. And that’s good, because the right answer for you is probably as unique as you and the purposes you’re trying to accomplish. In […]
A near miss can be the greatest blessing you ever have… When my family and I lived in Hawaii, we often had to make the drive from our town to Honolulu. It was only about a 25 minute drive. The main way to make the trip was driving on one of only two interstate highways […]
Someone in a Google+ community I am a part of posted a link to this article this morning: “The Dangerous Rise of Entrepreneurship Porn.” It’s a good article for anyone interested in entrepreneurship or what it might take to become one. The point the author makes is that the way entrepreneurship is coming to be […]
I think it was the late Zig Ziglar who coined the phrase “Stinking Thinking.” Here’s what he actually said… Every day we all need a checkup from the neck up, to avoid stinkin’ thinkin’ and hardening of the attitudes. For me, the phrase is HUGELY descriptive of a pattern I fall into from time to […]
When I was still in high school I had the opportunity to join my brother, a Master Chief in the U.S. Navy on what they called a “Tiger Cruise.” It’s an opportunity for family members of Sailors to go out for a few days on the boat to see what Navy life is like. At […]
Success is not about being the best, it’s about being YOUR best. You weren’t meant to compete, you were meant to contribute. But that’s not typically what we hear in life, is it? We are told that you have to fight to get to the top and then do whatever it takes to stay there. […]
(this is a follow-up post to the previous one “What is success?“) If you are going to succeed in what God has called you to do in this life, it will be because: You accept the grace of God (Titus 2:11). You are humble (James 4:6). You won’t be fooled into exchanging the glory of […]