Entrepreneur Revolution: How to Develop Your Entrepreneurial Mindset and Start a Business that Works

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NOW IS THE AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR – DON’T GETLEFT BEHIND

The world is embarking on a new age. The age of theentrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexibleinnovator. The days of the industrial age are over. It’s timeto break free from the industrial revolution mind-set, quit workingso hard, follow your dream and make a fortune along the way. Theslow dinosaurs of the industrial age are being outpaced byfast-moving start-ups, ambitious small businesses and technologicalinnovators. Entrepreneur Revolution is a master class ingaining an entrepreneurial mind-set, showing you how to change theway you think, the way you network, and the way you make a living.Successful entrepreneur Daniel Priestley will show you how toembrace the Entrepreneur Revolution and thrive in the newage.

• From a successful entrepreneur who is reaping the rewardsof the entrepreneurial age
• How to shift your mind-set and think like anentrepreneur
• Ways to adapt your lifestyle to be more successful

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About the author

Daniel Priestley is a successful entrepreneur, international speaker and best-selling author. Daniel started out as an entrepreneur at 21 years old and has since built several successful businesses in the UK, Australia and Singapore and is active in each of these regions.
He runs Triumphant Events, is the Managing Director of Ecademy, and is the author of Key Person of Influence, which published in September 2010 and has sold over 15,000 copies through Daniel's speaking platform. He is closely connected with a number of Capstone authors, including Shaa Wasmund, Jeremy Harbour and Haider Imam.

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John Wiley & Sons
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Published on
Mar 12, 2013
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Pages
232
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ISBN
9780857084149
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
Business & Economics / Personal Finance / General
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