The 4 Essentials of Entrepreneurial Thinking: What Successful People Didn't Learn in School

The 4 Essentials of Entrepreneurial Thinking: What Successful People Didn't Learn in School

Cliff Michaels

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 0615450555

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Debuted #1 on Amazon (1/24/12)
Endorsed by Leaders in Education & Business

In The 4 Essentials of Entrepreneurial Thinking, Cliff Michaels takes us on an inspirational journey while capturing the passion and wisdom of extraordinary people. On the cutting edge of life and business strategies for over 20 years, Cliff not only shares his triumphs and tribulations as an entrepreneur, he unleashes a fun system of timeless lessons anyone can follow. Drawing on classic mentors from da Vinci, Edison, and Mozart, to modern moguls like Jobs, Oprah, and Branson, Cliff suggests we all benefit from a real-world MBA - your Master's in Basic Abilities. This fast-paced book raises the bar for learning success principles.

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and raise the bar for education and entrepreneurship.” RULES AND ENTRY FORM: Essential 2: Action Strategies Strategy 2 Emotional, Social, and Communication Intelligence “The emotional mind is far quicker than the rational mind, springing into action without pausing even for a moment to consider what it’s doing.” DANIEL GOLEMAN (1946 –) American Psychologist, Author, Journalist What Drives Us SOCRATES SAID, “KNOW THYSELF.” From Greek philosophers to

introduce fellow tribe members, but members of different tribes; even strangers to strangers, expecting nothing in return. By definition, this means anyone can be a power networker among friends, peer groups, and global communities. Simply follow these universal laws, and you’re guaranteed to be a great leader of any tribe. 10 LAWS OF HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL NETWORKERS 1 Smile. 2 Be honest and be yourself. 3 Show respect, humility, and gratitude. 4 Introduce others; even strangers you just met. 5

“All right, do it.” What happens next is extraordinary. Mallory gestures to teammate Liz Wallace, who along with Mallory looks upon a teary-eyed Sara, still lying on the ground in pain. “We’re going to pick you up and carry you around the bases,” says Mallory. Sara approves the gesture and says, “Thank you.” As Mallory and Liz lift Sara above the ground and begin the trip around the bases, Mallory says, “You hit it over the fence — you deserve it.” As they circle, Mallory and Liz slow down to

same. But how many people step up when it counts? Thankfully, the story became one of the most recognized moments in sportsmanship history. At the 2008 ESPY Awards, ESPN honored Sara, Mallory, and Liz with the year’s Best Moment in sports. Fast-Forward to 2010 » Sara’s softball career ended that fateful day when she tore up her knee. Mallory continued to play ball after college. The coolest part of the story though is that the two girls remained close friends, became motivational speakers, and

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