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If you had the opportunity to work where, when, and with whom you wanted all while getting paid very well would you take it? Self–made multimillionaire and bestselling author Michael Masterson did, and with Ready, Fire, Aim he′ll show you how to do the same.
Whether you′re thinking about starting a new business or growing an existing one, Ready, Fire, Aim has what you need to succeed in your entrepreneurial endeavors. In it, Masterson shares the knowledge he has gained from creating and expanding numerous businesses and outlines a focused strategy for guiding a small business through the four stages of entrepreneurial growth. Along the way, Masterson teaches you the different skills needed in order to excel in this dynamic environment.
While some of the concepts covered may seem novel, all of them have been proven to work time and again. Among other things, you′ll discover:
Why selling is your first business priority and the one thing you should never stop doing
The handful of numbers that are critical to every business
When to cut your losses short and when to let your winners run
The front–end/back–end method of doubling profits easily
Why having a Plan B is as important as Plan A, and when and how to create it
The difference between pushers, thinkers, organizers, and sellers, and how to attract the ones you need for your business
Over the course of his remarkably successful career, Michael Masterson has helped start and develop dozens of multimillion–dollar businesses, including one whose revenues exceeded $135 million and another still growing at $300 million. Now, with Ready, Fire, Aim, he′ll show you how to make your way to the top by designing powerful marketing campaigns that will regularly outsell your competitors; implementing innovative operational procedures that will reduce costs and hassles; and using the revolutionary power of the Internet to reduce customer complaints and increase profits.
To start and grow multimillion–dollar businesses over and over again you have to master certain skills. Ready, Fire, Aim reveals what those skills are and shows you how to quickly master them. Filled with in–depth insights and expert advice, this remarkable guide for entrepreneurs gives you a blueprint for business and financial success that will allow you to enjoy life to its fullest.
Praise for Ready, Fire, Aim
"This is an extraordinary book full of practiced, proven strategies and techniques to help you make more sales and great profits than you ever imagined possible."
Brian Tracy, author of The Way to Wealth
"Wow! A powerhouse book packed with tried and tested street–smart wisdom. I′m impressed!"
Dr. Joe Vitale, author of The Attractor Factor
"Michael Masterson′s Ready, Fire, Aim hits the mark dead center. Masterson describes the phases of a business in a very helpful and perceptive way. No matter where you are in your business career . . . just starting out or already at the $50 million level . . . you′ll better understand the challenges you face. And you′ll get some ′bulls′ eye′ insights about how to overcome them."
Bill Bonner, founder and President of Agora Inc.
"Ready, Fire, Aim is vintage Michael Masterson. Every sentence in the book is on the mark stuff you can use right now, today, to accelerate your climb to the top of the financial ladder. What sets Masterson apart from most of the gurus who write about how to do it is that he′s actually done it over . . . and over . . . and over again. The number of successful businesses he′s built is no less than astonishing. Every serious entrepreneur needs to avail himself of the information in this book."
Robert Ringer, author of To Be or Not to Be Intimidated?
Ready, Fire, Aim is both an attitude and a method that self–made multimillionaire and bestselling author Michael Masterson follows to achieve success in business. It′s helped him build and grow dozens of multimillion–dollar businesses, including one whose revenues reached $135 million and another still growing at $300 million.
Now, with Ready, Fire, Aim, Masterson reveals how you can use his approach to achieve unprecedented entrepreneurial success and enjoy life to its fullest. Written in a straightforward and accessible style, this engaging guide will prepare you to:
Start a business from scratch and make it profitable quickly
Keep a growing business growing as revenues climb from a million to tens of millions to hundreds of millions
Get other people to do almost all the hard work for you, so you are free to do only the fun stuff
Position yourself as an indispensable business builder, so you can enjoy a big share of the profits even if you are working only part–time
Duplicate your winning strategy in several businesses, so you never have to worry about "needing" any one of them
It takes more than money to build a profitable business it takes a unique set of skills and strategies. With Ready, Fire, Aim, you′ll discover how to develop these essential entrepreneurial skills and use them to vastly improve any business endeavor.
I've read over 100 business books in the past 10 years in my pursuit to learn all I can from the best entrepreneurs in the world. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Adam Davies
I liked the emphasis on selling should be your first priority so simple but often its one of the down the list things which easily get overlooked or not as important as other... Read morePublished on 10 Nov. 2012 by Harry Twain
Need to make your Kindle sample worthwhile! Why some publishers sell on Kindle when their heart isn't in it, I don't know! Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2012 by Amazon Customer
As a loyal ETR fan for years (Micheal Masterson's Email Newsletter), I was really looking forward to finding out what were the key messages he would choose to put into the book. Read morePublished on 18 Sept. 2011 by WeddingBox Italy
I got this book after reading a review of it on mixergy.
However,it didn't do it for me only because i am a vociferous reader of business books and i have read the message... Read more
Read the first chapter, was not very impressed. The writer is just being typical American. All he talks about in his first chapter is how great his life is (as if Americans lived... Read morePublished on 10 July 2011 by L. Nicoletta