By Rieva Lesonsky
Whether you’re already in business or thinking about starting one, if you’re like most entrepreneurs, failure is NOT an option. But, so many of us are overworked and struggling to make our businesses “work.”
Although business ownership has no guarantees, you CAN maximize your chances for success and understand how to build a viable and sustainable business. By learning how to evaluate the risks and rewards of your current (or future) business, you can identify whether entrepreneurship is right for you, and gain the tools you need to thrive.
Now here’s an opportunity to learn more about this. This Thursday, March 3 at 1:00 pm EST you can join me on a call with several of my small business colleagues and friends. Led by respected business strategist and author, Carol Roth, we’re going to have a candid, no-holds barred discussion about what it takes to THRIVE as an entrepreneur, and how countless business owners have learned to stack the odds of success in their favor using the principles in Carol’s new book, The Entrepreneur Equation. (We reviewed Carol’s book a few weeks ago—and loved it.
In addition to Carol and me, you’ll hear from two accomplished entrepreneurs and get the inside scoop on how they launched and built successful businesses:
- Michael Port, New York Times bestselling author of Book Yourself Solid
- Anita Campbell, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of SmallBizTrends.com (where I’m a regular contributor)
If you want to THRIVE as an entrepreneur and position yourself to make the biggest impact possible, I urge you to join us on this call. I know you’ll benefit from the wisdom that Carol, Michael, Anita and I have to share. Plus, you’ll have a chance to ask us questions and get specific feedback—a great opportunity you don’t want to miss!