It is generally agreed upon that entrepreneurship is the engine that drives an economy upwards and is primarily responsible for its growth.
However, one need not start one’s own business in order to be an entrepreneur. You can be entrepreneurial within a company setting (often called “intrapreneurs”) and you can lead from anywhere you happen to be positioned.
Our guest today is Bob Burg, the bestselling author of one of my favorite books, The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea. He is an advocate for, as well as supporter and defender of, the Free Enterprise system. He believes that the amount of money one makes is directly proportional to how many people one serves.
Bob is committed to inspiring the entrepreneurial spirit in all of us.
In today’s podcast, you’ll discover:
- Why you needn’t be an entrepreneur… to be entrepreneurial.
- Five Laws that will bring you both personal effectiveness and professional success.
- Why asking if something will make money isn’t a bad question…it’s just a bad “first question.”
- One thing to absolutely AVOID doing when seeking out a mentor.
- Why being a “Go-Giver” is absolutely congruent with human nature.
Tune in and go give ‘em!
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