Business Lessons for Entrepreneurs: 35 Things I Learned Before the Age of Thirty

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Thomson Learning, 2003 - Business & Economics - 167 pages
Mark Csordos launched his business with only $2,500 and zero business experience. Less than two years later, after a rocky start, he was featured in The New York Times and Vogue, trumpeting his achievements. After selling his business four years later, Csordos recorded what he had learned from his accomplishments — and challenges. In Business Lessons for Entrepreneurs Csordos covers the nitty-gritty realities of entrepreneurship: People will lie to you, love your family but don’t work with them, the power of goal setting, charge what you’re worth, and many other key topics. A must-read for practicing and potential entrepreneurs, this valuable book acts as a mentor for budding business owners, offering the straightforward advice Csordos wished he had received before starting his company.

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About the author (2003)

Mark Csordos is a leadership and time management consultant. He gives seminars throughout the United States. He had consulted with companies such as Bell South, Volvo North America, Yellow Book USA and Starlight International. Mark was the founder and president of the C&S Mystery Shoppers, Inc., form the company's inception in 1995 until the sale of the company in 1999. Some of his better known clients were Pizza Hut, Wendy's, ShopRite, the New Jersey State Lottery and Embassy Suites. Mark is a gradute of Rutger's University with a degree in communications.

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