- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 231 KB
- Print Length: 64 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Word Chef Media (26 Mar. 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007P6EHEC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,199,494 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top customer reviews
With references to Napoleon Hill, Peter Thomson and Philip Kottler, The Author, Tea, shows that she understands branding, marketing and human psychology.
All in all, an inspiring and punchy read that will lift your spirits and remind you of what you should be doing.
Go treat yourself and buy the book!
Matthew HillLearn How to LEAD; Believe, Behave & Become
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Tea Silvestre's recipe for building a successful business is a great read for all budding entrepreneurs. It is a delightful book that contains a wealth of helpful information and ideas on how to build a successful business. The ideas are presented in a novel way that is clear and easy to follow. The book gives a comprehensive step-by-step guide for doing the research that is so essential in the process of a business start-up, identifying the ideal customer and building business relationships.
Every new small business owner will find the book useful as the author draws on her own real life experience to provide the insight and advice that will help your business to stay afloat and thrive. It is a must read if you are thinking of turning your passion into your own business.
Tea (Tay'ah), The Word Chef, is one of us...she has gone through the process -- researched it, experimented with different ingredients, and come up with a recipe that we all can understand and modify to our own tastes. And, from the aromas in the kitchen, you can hardly wait to take a big bite.
This book showed me how important my own personality and values were to the success of my business. Before, I treated my business as an independent entity that was "because of me"...not really a part of me. She has taught me to take it personally and to have a better understanding of my responsibilities to help my business grow.
She knows how to make business marketing sound appetizing...that you can do it! You gain the confidence that if you follow the outline of steps and use quality ingredients you can cook up some pretty tasty results.
Ms. Silvestre did an outstanding job of stating her case for originality and creativity. She emphasized that we can use the recipes of other chefs when we are learning, but we must create our own original "signature dishes" if we are going to be competitive and successful in the business world.
The author includes a very good Reading List of marketing books at the end of this book. These books should be on the "Must Read" list of all entrepreneurs.
"Attract and Feed a Hungry Crowd" is only 60 pages long but it packs the punch of a much longer book. I emphatically recommend this book to all entrepreneurs and anyone interested in marketing their product or cause. This book will fill you with a delicious feast of knowledge and inspiration.
2) Tea Clarifies - She clearly sets the "table" for what's to come.
3) Tea promotes Collaboration from the start. You feel you're in her inner circle.
4) Tea Cheerleads - She persuades you to keep at it with stories, one about a friend who almost gives up, and her own narrative. Works for me!
5) Tea Commits to giving and giving more. This is not a 60-page "pitch".
6) With 21 years solopreneurism under my belt, I'm still learning. Tea causes me to listen and learn.
7) Tea sings Seth Godin's praises while quoting other mutual favorites. Comfort writing for the mind.
Bonus: This should be #1 - Tea writes engrossingly. I'm set for multiple reps (reads). PS - Find out who wrote what one of Tea's favorite authors said was his best work when he penned, "For Sale: Baby Shoes, Never Worn".
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