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Book Review: ‘Entrepreneurial You’
ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT BUSINESS BOOKS OF 2017
You’re busy, but you’re always on the lookout for sources of inspiration and new resources you can apply to your business. This is true of a great many entrepreneurs and small-business owners. As discussed in this month’s cover article, one resource you absolutely want to have in your office is the book “Entrepreneurial You: Monetize Your Expertise, Create Multiple Income Streams, and Thrive.”
Author Dorie Clark helps entrepreneurs understand the need for – and the way to create – multiple income streams in order to protect yourself against market fluctuations, whims, and changing interests. If we’ve been taught anything in the last decade, it’s that we cannot be reliant on bigger institutions to take care of us. Instead, we must be self-reliant and build up diversified ways to guarantee our own success and provide for our families. What I love about Dorie’s books, however, is that they aren’t “get rich quick” schemes. Everything she teaches requires hard work and investment. But she lays out a path with clarity, so that you feel confident in your ability to take her advice to heart and to action. There is a good reason why Inc. magazine called it one of the most important business books of 2017. “Entrepreneurial You” has substance. Dorie explores ideas and their real- world applications with relatable examples — examples you can explore further on your own, should you choose to do so. If you consider yourself an entrepreneur or a small-business owner, or you want to be sure you’re not sidelined by a changing position where you are, and you’re aspiring to be better than you are today, this book has the insight and advice you need to take that next step. The last line of her book inspires me greatly: “The world needs your ideas — and you need to be paid for them. That’s the path to lasting influence, impact, and freedom.” This book is a worthy addition to your business library.
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