The Entrepreneur Mind is a perfect resource for any entrepreneur, whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been in business for years.
What sets this book apart is that there’s real meat on these pages! The author skips the clichés, instead focusing on real life examples from his own experiences as well as Fortune 500 brands.
From working with a mentor, to hiring a team, to expanding your network, to pitching VC’s, you’ll get a frank and honest view of the blood, sweat and tears it takes to build an empire. He spills the secrets of success that nobody actually talks about! I found myself nodding in agreement, taking notes, revisiting my business plan, and laughing while reading this book.
The Entrepreneur Mind is part reference guide, part motivation, part inspiration, and you’ll refer to it time and time again as you go through the highs and lows of being an entrepreneur.
I love (and obviously recommend) this book because it’s written in every day language, with real examples from the author’s own experiences, as well as Fortune 500 brands you’ll recognize.
It does not paint a glamorous picture of entrepreneurship, it provides you with specific ideas and tips you can use immediately to broaden your perspective, embrace your own creative genius, and position your company for high-level growth.
The content is broken down into business categories like Strategy, Finance, and Leadership, so you can dive into the section you’re most curious about or you can read it from beginning to end.
Author and Serial Entrepreneur Kevin D. Johnson provides practical examples of what to do, what not to do, and how to evaluate specific situations so that you can emerge triumphant, sans the typical clichés and hype that many books in the marketplace offer.
The Entrepreneur Mind is one of those books you’ll refer to time and time again as you go through the highs and lows of being an entrepreneur. Click here to buy your copy!
Note – This is my opinion, offered freely for my fellow entrepreneurs. I was not paid or compensated in any way for this review, I just think the book is awesome!