The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster: Why Now Is the Time to #JoinTheRide

Darren Hardy

Language: English

Pages: 272

ISBN: 0990798623

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


66 PERCENT OF SMALL BUSINESSES FAIL--AND IT'S NOT FOR THE REASONS YOU THINK.

WHY DO THEY FAIL?

That is what SUCCESS Publisher Darren Hardy set out on a mission to discover.

What he found was startling. All the previously reported reasons and assumptions for the failure rate (capital, location, credit, inventory management, and competition) were wrong.

Failure was not due to outside factors--they were internal. They weren't economic--they were emotional. The unexpected and terrifying emotional roller coaster an entrepreneur experiences is the greatest factor in why most quit and ultimately fail.

BUT IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THAT WAY.

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster: Why Now Is The Time To #JoinTheRide, will prepare you for the wild ride of entrepreneurship. It will warn you (of forthcoming fears, doubts, and the self-defeating conditioning of your upbringing and past), inoculate you (from the naysayers, dream-stealers, and pains of rejection and failure), and guide you (as you build those under-developed skills of independence, self-motivation, and self-accountability) safely past the landmines that blow up and cause the failure of 66 percent of all new businesses.

You will learn the best strategies Darren has ever collected from the most successful people on the planet, covering the four essential skills necessary for entrepreneurial success: Sales, Recruiting, Leadership, and Productivity.

This book is for you if:
You've dreamed of having your own business but have a fear of the unknown.
You've stayed on the sidelines of entrepreneurship, not knowing what to expect or what to do.
You're already on board as an entrepreneur, but you want to ensure you re a success and not a statistic.

BUY THIS BOOK... AND ENJOY THE MOST THRILLING RIDE OF YOUR LIFE!

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these are big sales, and they don’t necessarily happen every day—for most people. But I was closing 31 per month. One a day.” I’m pretty sure I choked on my iced tea when he said it. I mean, I had a pretty solid run in real estate myself but couldn’t imagine closing 31 multimillion-dollar deals a month! “How do you explain the difference?” I asked. “You’ve got the same leads, the same territory, and even the same apartment units. But you’re getting completely different results.” “The

possible. Delegation is a form of quitting. Even if you are the most well-rounded and capable CEO of all time, you are still better off delegating functions to specialists. This allows you to multiply the size of your endeavor through large numbers of people rather than trying to do everything yourself. “The process of quitting is really trying to give up every part of your job as fast as you can,” he said. “All the parts that is, except the part of being the visionary leader.” “Easier said

ride. You’re in the front seat now. So put a big smile on your face, shoot your arms up into the air, and shout, “Look! No hands!” BECOME INSANELY PRODUCTIVE WITHOUT LOSING YOUR MIND To say I am a hardworking guy would be an understatement. The son of an achievement-driven college football coach, I was trained, drilled, and intimidated into working hard and grinding it out. Whatever it took, buckle down, no whining, no crying, no excuses. By the time I was a teenager, I started to

pressurized-playmaker. Just focus on the task—picking up the phone, holding your hand out and saying “Hi,” looking in the eye of your client and saying, “sign here.” Don’t let your mind twist itself into a frantic mess by focusing on the magnified (and usually negative and false) outcome. 5. HABITUATE YOURSELF TO FEAR One organization that understands better than any other how to beat our innate fear response is the military. If the average person is scared to make a speech, imagine what the

that have guided the most phenomenal achievements in business, relationships, and beyond. It is recommended to get both the book and the audio program. TheCompoundEffect.com LIVING YOUR BEST YEAR EVER—A PROVEN SYSTEM TO ACHIEVE BIG GOALS This is the specific system Darren Hardy developed for himself to design, execute, stick to, and achieve big goals; includes an audio companion. DarrenHardy.com/BestYear LESSONS OF A LIFETIME WITH JIM ROHN AND DARREN HARDY A four-volume set in which

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