It’s time to admit you’re not having fun anymore. And it’s ok to say it.
Only then can you find your way back to the beginning – when your business was all promise and no misery. Only then can you build (and innovate on top of) the basics that will never let you down.
Howard Mann has collected twelve essentials to any business foundation. Mann shows you how to get back to basics, reconnect with your purpose, and grow your business, instead of getting stuck following the latest trend or “Me too” fad.
Most important of all, Your Business Brickyard provides a game plan for how to make your business fun to run again.
Download the Goaljumping worksheets mentioned in the book.
Never has so much business wisdom been packed into so few pages. My advice is to slip a copy of Your Business Brickyard into your briefcase and carry it with you wherever you go.
Bo Burlingham, Editor-at-large of Inc. magazine and the author of Small Giants and Finish Big: How Great Entrepreneurs Exit Their Companies On top
When you’re at an entrepreneurial roadblock, this is the book you need to reboot your thinking and get you back on the right road.
Andy Sernovitz, Author, Word of Mouth Marketing: How Smart Companies Get People Talking