I have never been particularly good at keeping a journal. Every now and then I get on a kick where I do it somewhat regularly, but more often than not, weeks or even months go by between an entry. As a result, most of my entries are guilt-ridden diatribes attempting to catch up on everything […]
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Rarely does a book come along that touches such a strong nerve that it vibrates through your whole body, but this one did for me. For the last year I have been eagerly searching for answers to some of the problems facing my business, however I kept coming up empty. Then a friend of mine recommended this book to me and I haven’t been the same since.
The “E” in The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael Gerber, stands for “entrepreneur” and the premise is that it’s not entrepreneurs that start small businesses, but something else entirely. There’s no way that I can do his text justice by trying to condense it. Luckily, I don’t have to – the e-myth web site has the first four pages available on-line [Edit: link no longer available online]. Suffice to say that if you’re considering starting your own business, or find yourself currently running your own business, this book is a must read. Michael Gerber nails running a small business right on the head and gives real world solutions to problems that every small business will run into.