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A business parable that teaches the value of cultivating multiple streams of income - the surest, most achievable means of creating generational wealth.

The Honey Bee tells the story of Noah - a disappointed, disaffected salesman who feels like his life is going nowhere until the day he has a chance encounter with a man named Tom Barnham, the beekeeper. In his charming, down-home way, Tom the “Bee Man” teaches Noah and his wife Emma how to grow their personal wealth using the lessons he learned from his beekeeping passion.

Full of concrete lessons delivered through chapter after chapter of engaging vignettes, each of which includes actionable advice for new or aspiring entrepreneurs. Workbook-style sections at the end of each chapter help bring the lessons home, including questions to help you apply the lessons to your own business, and links to rich digital resources for even more information on how to get started creating your own multiple streams of income.

©2020 Jake Stenziano (P)2020 Greenleaf Book Group

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  • Phillip
  • 27-12-2020

Great entry level entrepreneurial read

I used to suggest ‘Rich dad, poor dad’ to friends and mentees new to entrepreneurship but ‘The honey bee’ is now my first suggestion.

The way the book delivers the lessons in the form a parable in combination with real life reflections of their own businesses is refreshing and engaging.

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