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Learn from the man whom Inc. Magazine has called the "world's number-one small business guru." Michael E. Gerber who has helped over 100,000 small businesses in his 40 years as a small business entrepreneur himself. In this amazing audiobook, you will discover how to shut out the crowd, lose the fear of failure, and start your amazing journey towards radical self-employment.

  • Advice that comes from 40 years of experience
  • Learn the steps towards thinking for yourself and moving away from "them" and how they believe you should do business.
  • How to come to grips being on your own
  • How to find the meaning that will ultimately drive you towards your radical goal of self-employment
  • How to leave this world's ideas and think on your own 
  • Insights on how to develop the right questions so you can determine the right answers
©2015 Michael E. Gerber (P)2020 One Audiobooks

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ETHEREAL beyond comprehension

I have read most of Michael Gerber’s work and always felt it was insightful and pragmatic. I always keep an eye out for his new releases. I have also read countless business books over the past decades. HOWEVER, in Michael’s last 2 books, Zen and this one, it seems either he is so intelligent beyond my comprehension or so completely in the ether, and/or so general as to apply to any situation, similar to academicians, or Michael has been replaced by A.I. churning out Gerber Pablum like Soylent Green or the lost Elvis tapes. I will give him the benefit of the doubt he deserves, and I believe I am intelligent, educated and experienced, BUT I HAVE NO IDEA WTF HE IS TALKING ABOUT.