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Have you ever wondered how successful business people go about setting up their empires? Do you believe that only certain people could possibly do that? Or that you’re either born to be a business person or not? Well here are the results of interviews and study that have led Ed Percival to come up with a simple approach to building businesses that anyone can follow – including you. All the steps are easy to make and Ed shows you how to get going and holds your hand every step of the way.

Offering you a map that will help you plot your journey into successful business ownership. Ed Percival is regarded by his clients as a leader in Britain’s most effective business coaching company – Shirlaws. Clients report enormous, sustainable growth in profits, revenue and equity value. They learn how to balance life and worry less too. Inspired by a coffee and conversation with founder Darren Shirlaw, Ed has mapped out a path to becoming an entrepreneur. 7 Steps to Becoming a Successful Entrepreneur describes how you can go on the same journey.

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Absolutely terrible.

I was insulted for reading this book. If the author could of spent just a few minutes, even in the bathroom, making an outline of what he was going to say, the book would of been better.

From stuttering from word to word because you KNOW he is making it up as he goes along, to using dumbest examples. I could of done with 28 minutes of my time back.

I read a lot of business books and this is by far the worst. I usually don't write bad reviews, even if the book isn't that good, but I couldn't wait to help people avoid this trash.

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