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How Do You Create More Jobs? Evolve More Entrepreneurs!And how do you evolve more entrepreneurs? Author Jack Nadel has the answer. Nadel has spent over six decades as a highly successful entrepreneur, and he willingly shares what he has learned. His straightforward set of principles can be utilized by anyone, whether you are a new business owner or a seasoned entrepreneur.The Evolution of an Entrepreneur provides clear, practical strategies and brilliant insights gained over years in the trenches. They are brought to life through a wealth of engaging anecdotes distilled from thousands of fascinating, real-life transactions.The many areas Nadel covers in this book include:• The power of targeted thinking • Relationship-building as a cornerstone of perpetual success• The “Nadel Method,” a five-point system that keeps you moving and evolving as a business owner• The enduring profitability of sound, honest, and ethical principlesNadel shares his wisdom on these topics and more.Nadel’s opinion is that the best answer for a prosperous economy and to stimulate job growth is to help more entrepreneurs evolve their skills and thinking to have the foundation they need to head toward perpetual success in any market condition.The book opens with an introduction into the 5-point “Nadel Method” system. It then moves on to his business memoirs with insights from scenarios he was faced with during various market conditions and years in the trenches. These are brought to life through a wealth of engaging anecdotes distilled from thousands of real-life transactions. Following the memoirs is a synopsis of how to use these philosophies in today’s world. He includes easy-to-remember tips, each explained and illustrated by an account from my career and a story from today's headlines. The current stories show readers the ongoing relevance of these philosophies and how they continue to merit attention by anyone wishing to succeed in the long-run
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