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True Profit Business : How to play your bigger game without burning out, Paperback / softback Book

True Profit Business : How to play your bigger game without burning out Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


*SHORT-LISTED FOR THE BUSINESS BOOK AWARDS 2020!* We need to change the way we do business. If you've decided to go it alone and grow your own business, you're probably finding it tough to make things work. The pace of life is getting faster, our benchmarks for success ever higher, and thousands of micro-business owners are facing entrepreneurial burnout, trying to cover up their stress and exhaustion with 'love-my-life' smiles and filtered images on social media. It's not just the cashflow that needs fixing: your mental health and well-being are at stake here. If you are ready to make money, make an impact and thrive in the process, True Profit Business gives you a simpler, more connected path to business success:* Clarity - understand what your bigger vision of success looks like and how business growth really works* Structure - get clear on the five Growth Pillars to ensure sustainable growth* Flow - discover when to Lean Back and when to Lean In to enable an effective energy flow between thinking, planning and taking action* Process - discover which of the five True Profit Business Models will enable you to thrive. True Profit Business not only helps you diagnose what's going wrong for you, it focuses you on your bigger game and shows you the building blocks - the processes and people - you need to turn your expertise and talents into a purposeful, playful and profitable business.


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