Breakthrough: How to Harness the Aha! Moments That Spark Success

Entrepreneur Press
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Discover Your Next Breakthrough Idea
Every company starts with one idea—that one passion that keeps you up at night, gets you up every morning, and drives you to create something bigger than yourself.
Turning an idea into a thriving business requires more than just passion. You'll need to think big, take risks, and be able to step back and recognize game-changing ideas that may already be in front of you. Those are your aha! moments.
Business growth expert and serial entrepreneur Scott Duffy shares his journey and the aha! moments that led to launching and selling new businesses to innovators like Richard Branson's Virgin Group. Duffy also shares the stories of entrepreneurs who have turned their ideas into multi-million-dollar businesses, like Shaun White, Tony Robbins, Daymond John, and Gary Vaynerchuck, to help you:
  • Be a nimble leader who makes quick buy smart decisions
  • Unlock hidden gems in your business with the power of finding your "Why?"
  • Apply growth strategies designed to scale your business in today's economy
  • Build a positive company culture by bringing in the right people
  • Determine which next step is right for your business after launch
  • Create sustainability with efficient, effective processes
  • Learn from your mistakes and turn failures into fortunes
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About the author

Scott Duffy is a TV/Online host, keynote speaker, and business growth expert. He began his career working for best-selling author and speaker, Tony Robbins, and went on to work for several big media brands like CBS Sportsline, NBC Internet, and FOXSports.com. Next, he founded Smart Charter, an online booking tool for private aviation, which was acquired by Richard Branson's Virgin Group. Duffy has been listed as a "Top Keynote Speaker" by Entrepreneur and Forbes. He has spoken at the NYSE and provided commentary in numerous media outlets including CNBC, FOX News, and CBS Radio. He is the Co-Host of "Business & Burgers" and author of Launch!
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Entrepreneur Press
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Published on
Jul 24, 2018
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Pages
231
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ISBN
9781613083826
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Decision-Making & Problem Solving
Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
Business & Economics / Leadership
Business & Economics / Strategic Planning
Self-Help / Personal Growth / Success
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