Dave Ramsey in his book EntreLeadership gives some of the best advice I’ve read on building a successful business.
My 2013 reading goal is to read at least 24 books for the year. If I read more that’s great, but I will not read less than 24! Having said that, I also decided that most of the books I would read this year would be books to help feed my mind and get me thinking in the direction I want my life to go. So, because I want my business to grow, I’m reading books on being a great leader and developing the company I envision. Because I want to be more spiritually focused, I’m also reading books that help feed my spiritual growth. So far I’ve seen and felt an amazing shift and it’s only March! I can’t wait to see what happens by July or October.
Working toward that goal brought me to reading Entreleadership by Dave Ramsey and it’s proved an invaluable source of inspiration. Dave Ramsey has written the book in an easy to follow, easy to read style that never gets tiring. He’s taken 20 years of experience and condensed them into the pages of EntreLeadership in a way that makes you feel it was an easy task. Looking back, I’m sure it took lots of prayer and editing to get it down to an easy to digest manual.
I enjoyed EntreLeadership because it lays out the groundwork for you to follow to build a company you can be proud of from the very start. He also gives tips on how to hire and manage your company so you gain and keep the very best people dedicated to the same goals you have for your company. From starting small and growing slow, without debt to building a larger vision for your company that includes being good to those that work for you, EntreLeadership was an amazing blueprint of success.
I highly recommend this book to anyone thinking of or running an Entrepreneurial project. It’s a great time to get clear and move forward with a solid foundation and reading this book will help you understand why.
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Have you read this book? What did you think? I’d love to hear your opinion in the comments below.