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Money in the House - invoices are promises. Then my team started asking if spouses or pastors or friends or family members could attend because the content was, and is, so rich. That's got a ton of great information for business owners and leaders. We moved our little bit of furniture out of my living room into a U-Haul truck and then to our first little office. We want and demand that customers have an experience. I am very entrepreneurial, so my company tends to be impulsive and too quick to act.
This gave me good ideas on leadership, staying consistent, being patient, managing change, and dealing with ups and downs. Build your flower bouquet from the Flowers within reach. Nuggets of wisdom like this and more traditional, time-tested advice abounds in this book! Get to work on time. We wanted the personal power of the entrepreneur polished and grown by a desire to be a quality leader. The chapter on hiring staff is awesome. But Dave has figured out the recipe to being both things at once, and his lessons are invaluable. I would recommend for any leader with dreams of building an organization.
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. Like many excellent management books, I easily saw how what he talks about fit with what I have personally experienced in the work force. Dave Ramsey reveals the ingredients in EntreLeadership, a guide for the complete business leader. Now, even many years later, the principles of are still the foundation on which Ramsey runs his enterprise. When I teach this course live, I ask the audience to picture the face of a wonderful leader.
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