When was the last time you took three months off?
If you are the owner of a small business, taking an extended holiday may seem like an audacious and impossible goal. But the problem is not your business. It’s you.
That’s why The Invisible Entrepreneur is an absolute must read for anyone intent on succeeding without letting their business dominate their life.
Have you ever wondered how Sir Richard Branson, founder of the Virgin Group, can head up three hundred or so businesses and still take time to enjoy life? We certainly wondered, because at one point in our life we struggled just to keep one small business running profitably. We were simply slaves to our business.
There is no doubt that Richard Branson is the ultimate “invisible entrepreneur.” He has been able to separate himself from his businesses so that they can run without depending on him and the same is possible for you.
The Invisible Entrepreneur pinpoints one of the biggest mistakes that business owners make. They deliberately build a business that traps them, and then they fight to maintain their limitations. But once you realize this, you will never run your business the same way again.
In this book you will learn:
- Why the conventional wisdom of simply setting up systems and processes, however good they are, will not free the business owner from constant hands-on involvement.
- How you can take three months off, or more, by learning to manage risks.
- Why it’s essential to have the right people in place and how you can recruit and build a team you can rely on.
- And, how taking three months off can actually make your business stronger.
We will challenge you to take a hard look at the way you keep yourself trapped. We’ll encourage you to look to your future—to see that you could actually fail if you don’t start making changes.
All of the information in this book is highly focused, extremely practical, and above all, readily applicable. We help you make the important changes that your business needs in order for you to take three months off, or more.
Your business should be a money-making machine, not a prison.
The Invisible Entrepreneur will help you create the freedom to bring out your inner Branson. Learn to let your business work for you, instead of you working for your business.
And yes, you can have fun while making money.