Making the Vehicle to Reach Your Dreams

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Trafford Publishing, Nov 26, 2007 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
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What is your Why? What defines true success in your business, career and life? It's got to be more than money, more, even, than secure and satisfying relationships. It requires continual growth... taking well-considered risks for greater rewards. And that means making a vehicle "career or business" to give you the freedom and resources to control the What, When, Where, and How of life. Making the Vehicle to Reach Your Dreams gives you means to do so.

This is not your typical management tome. It's a brisk and entertaining read. Phil Fournier's experiences as an owner, the "Bigger Picture" observations of his adviser Ken Stark, and their contrasting life stories provide valuable insights and information. Owners and managers will smile in recognition at Phil's Business Vignettes. His business development diary and progress reports trace the journey from a small, dysfunctional auto shop to a successful business that essentially runs itself.

Some of what you'll learn:

  • That strong spiritual beliefs can help to create lasting success
  • Essentials for designing and running an excellent business vehicle
  • How to manage yourself better
  • How to solve people problems more effectively
  • How to produce positive change
  • How to manage frustrations and setbacks
  • Techniques for better pricing, selling and communicating
  • That your business is its own ultimate product
  • Practical tools to improve your working and personal lives
  • That having fun is a key to success

Making the Vehicle will help to build the skills you need to create the company, career and life you love.

 

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Contents

Lifetime Highlights
4
Philosophy of Life
13
Shaping Experiences
22
An Influential Teacher
42
ABOUT PHILS BUSINESS PHILS AUTO
49
7
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1
198
Profile and Mission Statement
225
About Kens Practice
231
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