Run your Business, Don't Let It Run You
Learning and Living Professional ManagementeBook - 2013
No More 16-Hour Days! Running your own business?the American dream?can be daunting: long days, none of the freedom you envisioned, no time for family and friends, and the unrelenting pressure to keep up the pace. Worse, all this hard work can only take you so far. To get to the next level, you need to stop being ?Super-Employee? and become a leader who sets direction, operationalizes goals, monitors and controls results, and involves others. You need to run your business using an integrated professional management system. Clay Mathile, who grew the Iams Company from $500K to $1 billion in sales, discusses proven management fundamentals applied in a practical way, one that has been used by thousands of business owners. You?ll get real-world details that academic courses don?t teach?true stories from those who, like Mathile, implemented these fundamentals and thrived. Read this book and discover how to make your business more successful and sustainable and your life more fulfilling! ?Clay Mathile dives into educating entrepreneurs with the same energy he used to build a billion-dollar brand from the ground up. This is a book of lessons learned through living.? ?Steven Bertoni, Associate Editor, Forbes ?Run Your Business, Don?t Let It Run You gives you the road map for ?working on your business, not in it? and for turning your big dreams into reality. And you don't have to do it alone.? ?Anita Campbell, Publisher, Small Business Trends ?Using Aileron?s System of Professional Management, we went from 65 employees to 205 employees. As the heavy construction industry grew by less than 5 percent over the past five years, Kelchner Inc. has grown by 95 percent. This book can help you grow your business and become more profitable!? ?Todd Kelchner, CEO, Kelchner, Inc.
Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 
Branch Call Number: 658 Ma
Description: 1 online resource
From Library Staff
If you're the business owner and your business is successful, at some point you will need to change from having the mindset of an employee to that of a manager. This book can help you do that.