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30 Days to Launch!

An Entrepreneurs Diary to Building a Billion Dollar Business
Narrated by: Derek Perkins
Length: 2 hrs and 51 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Launching a business may seem like no easy task. It can seem completely bewildering, overwhelming, almost impossible. Where do you even start? And once you start, what do you do next? 

With this remarkable audiobook, the impossible is possible. If you have an idea, a spark of a dream, but you’re stalling on how to make it a reality, then this audiobook will show you how to do so - one day at a time.

There are so many young, hungry entrepreneurs in this world waiting for their big break. The simple secret most of them haven’t discovered is that while they have an insatiable appetite to perfect their idea or product before launching, the real progress only comes one way: by doing the work. A goal without a detailed plan is just a dream, one that will probably turn into a nightmare. 

This process will help you define your goals and create a plan to see them to fruition. Rick’s philosophy for business is quite simple: granular changes every day - hitting singles instead of finding yourself at home plate, in the bottom of the ninth, with two outs and the do-or-die pressure to hit a grand slam.

This audiobook is a start-up boot camp. Should you choose to accept this mission, you will spend the next 30 days jump-starting your business. 

Are you willing to take massive action, ready to make mistakes, fail forward fast, and start taking control of your own life?

If so, it’s 30 days - let’s do this!

©2017 Rick Steele (P)2018 Rick Steele

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  • Terry Ray
  • 21-08-2018

skipping audio

There is probably some great information in this book. I was looking forward to it. Starting somewhere in chapter 3 different lines from other chapters are inserted. It skips around several times and gets impossible to follow. very annoying. Doesn't anyone check this stuff???I just gave up.

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