Ric Bratton Interview - The Entrepreneurial Handbook
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The Entrepreneurial Handbook

19 Nov The Entrepreneurial Handbook

Listen in as Tim talks with Ric Bratton on ‘This Week in America‘ during a recorded session from their live show on TWIA TV. You can read more about their great show here: http://www.thisweekinamerica.us/

In this session: Ric Bratton Interview – The Entrepreneurial Handbook, Tim talks about his book ‘The Entrepreneurial Handbook’ – which shows step by step how to hyper-grow your business whether you’re a start-up, an established small or medium sized  business.

If you’re not sure what we’re talking about, take a moment to go to our website at http://www.timlevy.net/writing/entrepreneurial-handbook/ and grab yourself a copy of the book.

A Book To Hyper-Grow Your Business + Get Stuff Done Quickly, Cheaply And Ultra-Efficiently

This book reveals the mindset, strategies and tools used daily in that hidden world.

Once upon a time, every new enterprise started with a concept, became a business plan and then hit the pavement to raise money from investors. The capital raised, in exchange for equity, became the start-up seed that built the business.

All that has changed. A tide of technology has transformed the business world. Entrepreneurs can now boot-strap their enterprise to make money while experimenting with different income streams. A nod from investors is becoming less and less critical.

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Tim Levy
tim@thelifesummit.com

Tim Levy is an author, speaker, consultant and coach working with CEOs and entrepreneurs on clarity, strategy and mindset. He runs a strategic marketing agency out of Austin, Texas. He routinely speaks for leading organizations like Vistage International, Conscious Capitalism and Secret Knock. Tim’s intention is to radically accelerate and enable highly purposeful CEOs and entrepreneurs in their business and personal lives.

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