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The Successful Business Owner's Guide to Reducing Stress: How to avoid these 13 common pitfalls Paperback – 5 Feb 2016
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About the Author
Andrew Miller has over two decades of experience in advising and running businesses of all shapes and sizes. His current role is as a Business Coach with ‘The How Academy’, which specialises in helping small to medium business owners get the most out of their companies and the most out of themselves. Andrew’s background is unusual for a business coach, having spent 17 years working as an insolvency practitioner for KPMG, one of the global accountancy firms. The role of the insolvency practitioner is frequently misunderstood but, in essence, it meant his job was to run businesses, albeit in extreme circumstances. This unique experience gave Andrew the insight into what works and what doesn’t work in business. In other words, whatever you’re facing, Andrew has probably seen it and sorted it. Being in a large firm, Andrew also developed leadership and people skills as he rose through the ranks and discovered a natural talent for getting the best out of individuals. Having acquired people-focus, he was able to recognise much more clearly the stress that business owners experience, especially when things go wrong. In 2011, Andrew went solo with a view to helping business owners avoid the traps and get the most out of their lives. He is already an author of the unique and life-changing book “Hope Won’t Pay the Wages”, specifically designed for anyone facing a corporate insolvency. The learnings from this book were then distilled and augmented, and passed down to those at the start of their business career in his next book, “Successful Start-ups: Get Going. Stay Going” On a day to day basis, Andrew focusses on helping established business owners move forwards in both their business and their personal lives. Andrew is a qualified accountant, insolvency practitioner, has diplomas in both personal and corporate coaching, and also one in psychology, just for good measure.
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I particularly liked the section that covered how all we need to do is aim for good enough, rather than putting ourselves under pressure by seeking perfection. Now that I have read the book, it feels like my business is doing something right and it was great to know that someone understands what I'm dealing with. I now know that I need to concentrate on enjoying the journey and not just thinking about the destination.
If you are a business owner and just going to work every day and feeling like you’re getting nowhere, then read this book. You will realise you’re not alone and there are some great tips for making life better.