Making Money is Killing Your Business - Chapter 1
How to Build a Business and Have a Life Too.
This is a free chapter of "Making Money Is Killing Your Business", the No.1 Top Selling Business Book of 2010 according to NFIB (The Natinal Federation of Independent Business).
Making Money Is Killing Your Business is built on profoundly simple ideas that have been around forever, yet have been ignored as too simple to work.
Chuck Blakeman learned the hard way that profound things are always simple.
This book is designed to help owners to move from the focus of trying to make money, to building a business that does it for them; whether they are present in the business or off on a month long Greek Cruise.
The author believes your business should throw off time and money, not just money.
His passion is to help owners make more money in less time; get back to the passion that brought them into the business in the first place, and build a business they can enjoy for decades.
So if you want to:
- Build a business that mkakes money while you are on vacation
- Get a crip on why businesses never grow up and how yours can
- Move your business from survival, through success to significance.
Enjoy this taster; a free chapter of what could be the most life (and business) changing book you will ever read.
About the Author
Chuck Blakeman, founder of the Crankset Group - a worldwide business advisory, is the author of the #1 Rated Business Book of 2010 in the U.S., Making Money Is Killing Your Business.
Chuck has started, built and managed five companies from the ground up and now focuses on providing the tools and mindset to other business owners so they can build a mature business that makes money while they're on vacation.
He has worked in both operations and business development with very small to very large clients including Microsoft, Apple, Eli Lilly, TAP Pharmaceuticals, Sun Microsystems, Tyco Healthcare, and many more. He is a regular speaker and workshop leader in the U.S., Canada, UK and Australasia. He is also a contributor to CNNMoney.com, NYTimes.com, Entrepreneur Magazine and many other business journals.