Read Million Dollar Maverick: Forge Your Own Path to Think Differently, Act Decisively, and Succeed Quickly Online Free - When it comes to how to succeed as an entrepreneur, we are besotted with advice. According to bestselling author Alan Weiss, success is a combination of opportunism, very disciplined work, luck, timing, and ignoring most advice. In other words, it means striking out on your own, original path to success.
In Million Dollar Maverick, he explains that entrepreneurs don't take advice, they create value and then monetize it. They do what they love and are great at and find a way to sell it to people. They do not—contrary to "conventional wisdom"—chase money. They attract money. And most of all they think differently, act decisively—and, if talent and timing are with them, succeed quickly.
Drawing on over thirty years of experience as a consultant, speaker, and global expert, Weiss shares his story and “Million Dollar Tips,” not found in any of his other books, to help entrepreneurs gain influence, build confidence, and develop the critical thinking skills they need to discover the inside track to rapid success.
|Title||:||Million Dollar Maverick: Forge Your Own Path to Think Differently, Act Decisively, and Succeed Quickly|
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July 22, 2016
I couldn't help but hear Mr. Weiss' words as though he were a sassy grandfather figure giving me business advice based on a lifetime of experience - which is invaluable! I ate up every anecdote and "how to" offered up in the book.
Some of Mr. Weiss' views can come across as old-fashioned, and at t...
June 05, 2016
Habiendo leído varios libros de este autor, esperaba (casi temía) un refrito de sus ideas ya conocidas. Y en cierta forma es así, y no lo es.
Weiss ha escrito alguno de los mejores libros sobre consultoría (o iniciar tu propio negocio) que existen. Aquí, más que abordar la práctica de cómo montar...
July 10, 2016
as always Alan Weiss was sharp and relevant.
December 03, 2016
Wish it was written 20 years ago!
A superb read! I wish it was written when I was at least 20 years younger. It's still not too late nonetheless.