Grow the Entrepreneurial Dream: The Ultimate Guide to Business Success
Taking your business into the stratosphere and beyond is possible-as long as you know how to grow your own entrepreneurial dream.If you're like most entrepreneurs, you started a business because you wanted to do something you loved. You were tired of working for someone else and thought you could do it better. You wanted a business of your own. But now that you're in the trenches, you're realizing things aren't quite working out like you planned.- You're working harder than ever.- You have less free time and more headaches.- Your team isn't a team at all.- Your business isn't living up to your dream.There is a better way...Grow the Entrepreneurial Dream is a step-by-step guide that can help you turn your small venture into a true business that can bring you the wealth, prestige, and success you dreamed about.
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