Your Guide To Better Business Decisions
Avoiding making business decisions, especially tough ones, is the same as making a decision. Successful leaders understand this and do not vacillate when a decision needs to be made. The challenge of leadership is that no one tells you when you need to make a decision or what the right answer is. You need to figure out the answers to those questions, often alone.
Your Ownership Journey shows business owners, from novice to veteran, how to develop an ownership strategy and use that to make better business decisions. With this book, you’ll gain clarity on your life goals, find the tools to raise capital and retain top talent, drive growth, and create a plan for the future of your business.
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