Entrepreneurs are so concerned with raising capital rather than building strong organizations. Ditch the whole philosophy, ‘If I build it they will come’. And instead ask your audience what they want and then build.
Too many organizations are glamorized hobbies built on ego rather than
BUILDING A SOLUTION TO A PROBLEM. That’s what a business is meant to be. It’s a utility to make your consumers or clients’ life easier.
So start here…
2) How to build a useful product and effective organization
3) Then to map out your business structure read “E-Myth” by Michael Gerber
4) Hire a staff on the cheap by reading “Four Hour Work Week” by Tim Ferriss
6) Oh and to find balance in it all read “The Saint, the Surfer and the CEO” by Robin Sharma
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