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Entrepreneur The 3rd Best Investment

Entrepreneur The 3rd Best Investment

by Tj Day

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A person who undertakes the risk of starting a new business venture is called an entrepreneur.
An entrepreneur creates a firm, which aggregates capital and labor in order to produce goods or services for profit.
Entrepreneurship is an important driver of economic growth and innovation.
Entrepreneurship is high-risk, but also can be high-reward as it serves to generate economic wealth, growth, and innovation.
PART 1: The Entrepreneur
Chapter 1. Andrew Carnegie (Steel business)
Chapter 2. Walt Disney (Movies & Disneyland)
Chapter 3. Thomas Edison. (Invent many items)
Chapter 4. Henry Ford (Develop assembly line)
Chapter 5. Bill Gates (Richest men in the world)
Chapter 6. Steve Jobs (Apple Computers)
Chapter 7. John D. Rockefeller (Richest in History)
Chapter 8. Levi Strauss (Make blue jeans).
Chapter 9. Sam Walton (Founder of Walmart)
Chapter 10. Oprah Winfrey Oprah Winfrey Show)
Chapter 11. Elon Musk (Tesla Motors and SpaceX)
Chapter 12. Larry Page (Launch Google)
Chapter 13. Michael Dell (Dell Computer)
Chapter 14. Richard Branson (Virgin Group)
Chapter 15. Mark Zuckerberg (CEO Of Facebook)
Chapter 16. Jeff Bezos (Amazon's Owner)
Chapter 17. Mark Cuban ( NBA Team & Shark Tank)
Chapter 18. Kevin O'Leary (Business, author, & TV )
Chapter 19. Warren Buffett (The Investment Guru)
Chapter 20. Donald Trump (President, TV , etc)
Chapter 21. Influential Entrepreneurs (You Can Too)
PART 2 : A New Way Of Living
Chapter 22. Entrepreneurial Habits
Chapter 23. They Think Differently
Chapter 24, The Hard Truth
Chapter 25. Handle Setbacks
Chapter 26. Manage Stress
Chapter 27. The 100 Richest Internet Entrepreneurs
Chapter 28. Where Famous Companies Got Started

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BN ID: 2940162860464
Publisher: Marday
Publication date: 04/01/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 444 KB

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