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The Entrepreneurial Mindset - The New Psychology of How to Grow Your Own Business - cover

The Entrepreneurial Mindset - The New Psychology of How to Grow Your Own Business

Maya Sara

Publisher: Publishdrive

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The Entrepreneurial Mindset shows you step-by-step the processes involved in becoming a successful entrepreneur and certain mindsets to imbibe while pointing to habits you must desist from if you want to create and maintain wealth. The authors present simple but powerful ways to stop thinking and acting by the old rules and start thinking with the discipline of a habitual entrepreneur.
Available since: 06/28/2022.
Print length: 239 pages.

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