Oct 12, 2020
We live and are surrounded by things that can change us or leave an influence or impacts on us.
There are things, people or events that quakes us to our core. Things that may have profoundly impacted us and maybe made us a better person one way or another.
In Today’s episode, I’m going to be sharing with you a topic that is near and dear to my heart.
Most of you who know me know that I'm a voracious reader and I’m excited to share with you my Top 5 most impactful books in my business and I’d say they all impacted me positively.
I’m going to be sharing a little something about the Entrepreneurs Book Club so don’t miss this and who knows, you too might get impacted by these books I’m going to share.
In This Episode:
[00:20] It’s a solo episode
[00:50] Today’s topic
[01:40] Entrepreneurs Book Club
[03:25] Most important and No.1 in my list: The Founder’s Dilemmas by Noam Wasserman
[03:40] What the book is about and the mistakes we make when starting a business.
[05:34] The most impactful about the book is naming The C-level roles.
[07:12] Second book is The E-myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
[07:48] The importance of realizing the 3 most important roles in the business.
[09:36] Identifying what role you are in that or roles you should hire.
[10:15] Clearly see your role & potential role of your business partner would be.
[10:40] The third and has equally impacted me as no.2 is The Virtual Freedom by Chris Ducker
[11:00] A must read book before starting a business.
[11:23] Foundation to creating and working with a virtual team
[12:12] Identifying who are your first hires.
[13:13] Importance of creating a forelist.
[14:28] Hiring a general VA.
[15:10] Fourth book is The Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne
[17:05] This book is knowing and identifying a blue ocean
[18:40] Example of how to create a blue ocean.
[19:50] Introduction to Wizards of Ecom
[20:30] The Fifth book is Hug Your Haters by Jay Baer
[21:30] Hug your hater is about having a simple customer service approach for any scenario.
[22:30] Hope to hear your feedback.
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