Michael E Gerber – E-Myth Mastery michael.e.gerber.-.e-myth.mastery [6 CDs (MP3)] Category: Management / Leadership This product can only be requested by members. To get this product, you must be a memberBECOME A MEMBER Description Reviews (0) Description Beware this is NOT a dupe! All the other versions in the internet are a mess!! They are not titled correctly etc. (included the version available in BizIgniter) I created this one myself from the original product!(i have the thick ass book as well, but that’s too much work to scan) * This is how all uploads should look like!if you guys upload something at least take the time to clean it up if you are in that position.* Also if possible, ad the track names + description a as a separate .txt file to your upload! (Or sales page if you have it)* Another thing are: Cover pictures + good descriptions (like you see below)… i know it’s a little extra work when uploading, but i think we can all agree that stuff like that makes our experience at BizLearning a little bit better right? We all have a lot to thanks for BizLearning I guess (at least i am very thankful) so it’s well worth the extra effort on every upload from now on)just some things to think about… (comments on this are welcome) E-Myth Mastery CD : The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World-Class Company [ABRIDGED] by Michael E. Gerber, Gerber Michael E. (Narrator) Quality: 32KbpsAudio CD Publisher: HarperAudio; Abridged edition (January 1, 2005) ISBN: 0060759240 From Booklist————-How can any executive or wannabe executives determine which book offers the best advice? Gerber focuses on the philosophy that netted him big bucks: don’t work in your business, work on it. He extends this idea by way of the example of Sarah, owner of All about Pies, who has hit a roadblock with her business. Reenergizing, he says, means a reconnection with the original passion and vision, usually adopting a different scenario, and that leads to his analysis of seven disciplines that help make a world-class company: leadership, marketing, finances, management, client fulfillment, lead conversion, and lead generation. So, here is, if not the only source of good advice, at least an important source. Barbara Jacobs From Publishers Weekly———————-Small business guru and best-selling author Gerber is an enthusiastic champion of small business owners, and his constant cheering underlies this latest attempt to provide a comprehensive plan for entrepreneurial success. The key messages here are similar to those of his previous books (The E-Myth Revisited, etc.): that “knowing how to do the work of a business has nothing to do with building a business that works”; that entrepreneurs learn their skills through practice, practice, practice; and that anyone willing to adopt that same kind of discipline can be successful too. These principles are sound and practical, but Gerber’s articulation of them is often cloying. His book relies heavily on Platonic dialogues with his ‘student’ Sarah, the ever misty-eyed owner of a business called All About Pies. But the quasi-romantic tenor of their conversations is irritating. Equally distracting is Gerber’s impassioned mid-book confession detailing how even as he was succeeding as a small business guru, he was being sued for fraud, teetering on the brink of bankruptcy and seriously not in control of his own far-from-excellent small company. While this confession lends credibility to his knowledge-he has personally been to the brink of small business failure and back-it may plant seeds of doubt within skeptical readers. But, ultimately, those who overlook this skepticism and plow through the soul-searching assignments that make up the first 66 pages of the book will be rewarded. For Gerber’s volume provides a wealth of practical guidelines, charts, forms (available online) and instructions on how to run, improve and manage a business of any size. And, by the end, readers will feel as though they’ve been given a full course of one-on-one coaching sessions with Gerber. For all its flaws, this is a book with a business plan that anyone could implement…and should want to. —————————————– Disc 1.1. harper audio presents e-myth mastery2. introduction3. part one: the e-myth entrepreneur4. chapter one: the e-myth point of view5. but wait, you say…6. chapter two: passion, purpose, and practice7. passion is at the heart… Disc 2.1. chapter three: the reluctant entrepreneur2. chapter four: the little girl who wanted to write a book3. chapter five: the reluctant coach4. chapter six: creating the room to create5. chapter seven: the heart of the matter6. chapter eight: wrestling with a stranger Disc 3.1. chapter nine: the purpose of power2. e-myth mastery part two: the 7 essential disciplines3. chapter one: the discipline of the enterprise leader4. the first assignment5. the second assignment6. the third assignment7. the fourth assignment8. the fifth assignment9. chapter two: the discipline of the marketing leader Disc 4.1. so let’s get back…2. the first assignment3. the second assignment4. the third assignment5. chapter three: the discipline of the financial leader6. everything I’m sharing with you…7. january 1986 saw the beginning8. 1987 saw the beginning… Disc 5.1. we reached an agreement with the d.a.2. the first assignment3. the second assignment4. the third assignment5. chapter four: the discipline of the management leader6. the senior vice president…7. the first assignment8. the second assignment9. the third assignment10. chapter five: the discipline of the client fulfillment leader11. the first assignment Disc 6.1. the second assignment2. the third assignment3. chapter six: the discipline of the lead conversion leader4. the first assignment5. the second assignment6. the third assignment7. the fourth assignment8. chapter seven: the discipline of the lead generation leader9. the first assignment10. the second assignment11. the third assignment12. epilogue13. thank you from harper audio Reviews There are no reviews yet. 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