The E-Myth Contractor

Why Most Contractors' Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It

Author: Michael E. Gerber

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0061741612

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 144

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With The E-Myth Contractor, Michael E. Gerber launches a series of books that apply the E-Myth to specific types of small businesses. The first is aimed at contractors. This book reveals a radical new mind-set that will free contractors from the tyranny of an unprofitable, unproductive routine. With specific tips on topics as crucial as planning, money and personnel management, The E-Myth Contractor teaches readers how to: Implement the ingenious turnkey system of management—a means of creating a business prototype that reflects the business owner's unique set of talents and replicating and distributing them among employees and customers. Recognise and manage the four forms of money—income, profit, flow and equity. Harness the power of change to expand the company. The book also provides help on a larger level, leading readers towards becoming business visionaries by relinquishing tactical work and embracing strategic work, by letting go to gain control. Once put into action, Gerber's revolutionary ideas promise not only to help contractors build successful businesses, but successful lives as well.

From the Art of War to Entrepreneurship: All that Glitters is Not Gold

Author: Shelton Rhodes, PhD


ISBN: 1483453618


Page: 136

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The transition from war to peace and the necessity to reduce the nation's defense budget has resulted in the downsizing of thousands of service members. Many of these vets will seek new careers or to start businesses. In From the Art of War to Entrepreneurship, author Dr. Shelton Rhodes provides practical information and resources to potential and existing veteran entrepreneurs on how to achieve success in four business niches, and he describes the competitive advantage provided by military service to veteran entrepreneurs. Including lists of resources, books, organizations, and web sites related to the business niches, From the Art of War to Entrepreneurship offers a realistic preview of entrepreneurship opportunities. Success in entrepreneurship is the American dream, but failure to understand the pitfalls can be the American nightmare. While the focus of this book is veteran entrepreneurship, the information in this book is relevant to current and potential entrepreneurs in general.

The E-Myth Accountant

Why Most Accounting Practices Don't Work and What to Do About It

Author: Michael E. Gerber,M. Darren Root

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118007839

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

View: 2313

Distilled small business advice for accounting practices Many accountants in small and mid-size practices are experts when it comes to their professional knowledge, but may not have considered their practice as much from a business perspective. Michael Gerber's The E-Myth Accountant fills this void, giving you powerful advice on everything you need to run your practice as a successful business, allowing you to achieve your goals and grow your practice. Featuring Gerber's signature easy-to-understand, easy-to-implement style, The E-Myth Accountant features Gerber's universal appeal as a recognized expert on small businesses who has coached, taught, and trained over 60,000 small businesses A recognized and widely respected co-author and leader in the accounting field The E-Myth Accountant is the last guide you'll ever need to make the difference in building or developing your successful accounting practice.

The Other Side of Pastoral Ministry

Using Process Leadership to Transform Your Church

Author: Daniel Alan Brown,Craig Brian Larson

Publisher: Zondervan

ISBN: 0310206022

Category: Religion

Page: 190

View: 2737

Daniel Brown believers churches ought to flow like a river, not sit motionless like a lake. A veteran pastor, Brown knows that River Churches are alive--dynamic, gaining momentum, changing courses. He also knows the power such churches can have to change lives. In The Other Side of Pastoral ministry, he shows what makes a River Church flow--and invites pastors and church leaders to follow ten key "currents" that can move their people to new places of faith and service. Brown reveals the crucial dynamics of - Building authority - Defining and communicating vision - Strengthening systems - Coaxing changes - Empowering people for ministry - Adjusting church culture - Positioning and unleashing resources - Maintaining identity - Understanding the times - Evaluating results. If you're ready for a church whose focus is on involvement, not attendance--on "What happened to the people who showed up?" not "How many showed up?"--then this insightful, anecdote-filled book will provide you with practical suggestions and thought patterns to move into the flow of the River.

Fast Track Photographer

The Definitive New Approach to Successful Wedding Photography

Author: Dane Sanders

Publisher: Fast Track Photographer

ISBN: 0981745504

Category: Photographers

Page: 199

View: 7707


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