“ENTREPRENEUR!—Can I Be One?”
So… you think you want to be an entrepreneur! Well, over 6 million full-time businesses will start up this year, and….
Most of them will quickly fail!!
Various reasons are given as to why so many businesses fail each year… the most popular ones being: they were undercapitalized; the business idea was not viable; or that most of these were not “real” businesses to begin with.
These reasons could all be true, but they only emphasize the fact that the new business owners didn’t properly prepare before starting their businesses—they simply weren’t ready to ride the “Entrepreneurial Lion.”
Entrepreneurship is a demanding taskmaster and every business owner and aspiring entrepreneur should know what will be demanded of them when they start their business.
That is why I wrote “ENTREPRENEUR!—Can I Be One?“ This book will NOT tell you how to start a business—it is intended to help you determine whether or not you should start a business.
So, where do you begin? It takes more than just a good idea to start a business! You need to prepare yourself for the rigors of entrepreneurship, and this book is a good place to start.
“ENTREPRENEUR!—Can I Be One?” helps you determine whether you currently have the “right stuff” to be an entrepreneur—and what areas you need to work on before starting a business.
In this book you’ll discover;
- The “real” definition of Entrepreneur.
- Whether entrepreneurs are born—or made.
- How to handle fear of failure.
- The Characteristics of an entrepreneur.
- The “Entrepreneur Test.”
- Facts about home and Internet Entrepreneurs.
- The “secret” to being a successful entrepreneur.
- How to answer the question: Can I be an entrepreneur?
This book is one of my small business Primer Series books, where a primer is defined as any book of elementary principles.
This is a book that should be read by anyone contemplating starting a business, as well as those who are in business and are now wondering why things are not going the way they thought they would.
Unless you purposely intend to be one of the more than 5 million business failures this year, I strongly urge you to better prepare yourself to be an entrepreneur.
“ENTREPRENEUR!—Can I Be One?” is a good place to start preparing.