Entrepreneur Voices on the Science of Success

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BUILD A BETTER BUSINESS WITH SCIENCE
This is not your average "success" book. We're not here to tell you how every successful person is the same or how getting up an hour earlier will change everything. Buy we do give you research-backed facts and pair them with insights and strategies from CEOs and business leaders for getting more out of your day, closing more deals for your business, and earning more money—all while living a life you're genuinely happy with.
Take a deep dive into Entrepreneur Voices on the Science of Success and you'll discover the key science-backed strategies of experts, founders, and entrepreneurs like you that will help you to:
  • Rewire your brain to build habits for success
  • Reach peak productivity with your perfect routine
  • Identify customer needs to create a more focused marketing plan
  • Develop high-performing individuals within your team
  • Attract and retain a more captive audience with cutting-edge tools
  • Achieve the work-life balance that works for you
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For more than 30 years, Entrepreneur Media has been setting the course for small business success. From startup to retirement, millions of entrepreneurs and small business owners trust the Entrepreneur Media family—Entrepreneur magazine, Entrepreneur.com, Entrepreneur Press, EntrepreneurEnEspanol.com, and our industry partners—to point them in the right direction. The Entrepreneur Media family is regarded as a beacon within the small to midsized business community, providing outstanding content, fresh opportunities, and innovative ways to push publishing, small business, and entrepreneurship forward. Entrepreneur Media is based in Irvine, CA and New York City.
Jonathan Small is an award-winning journalist and digital video producer. He has written features for The New York Times, TV Guide, Glamour and Cosmo. He is CEO of Writing Partner, a consulting and ghostwriting service, and the host of the podcast Write About Now.
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Publisher
Entrepreneur Press
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Published on
Sep 25, 2018
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Pages
160
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ISBN
9781613083932
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Language
English
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Genres
Business & Economics / Entrepreneurship
Business & Economics / Leadership
Business & Economics / Management
Business & Economics / Motivational
Business & Economics / Personal Success
Business & Economics / Time Management
Business & Economics / Workplace Culture
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