PRLog - Oct. 4, 2012 - Ever dream of opening your own business? Imagine it now! EntrepreneursPlaybook.com, a startup empowerment blog and your resource for all things that will lead you to an entrepreneurial lifestyle, is excited to announce the publication of a new ebook written by Steven L. Chong titled The Entrepreneur’
The Entrepreneur's Playbook: How to Startup Your Dream Business
This uniquely concise resource unlocks the mystery of the business startup process in a simple-to-follow, play-by-play formula that anyone can understand and apply. It is inspired by the belief that anyone, regardless of background, age or education-level can achieve the Real American Dream of Business Ownership. This how-to guide introduces you to the timeless craft, art, and science of entrepreneurship.
This ebook is available for download in the Amazon® Kindle® Store and free to borrow in the Amazon.com Lending Library and is an essential resource for anyone starting a business. To download this indispensable ebook please visit www.amazon.com and search for "Entrepreneur's Playbook."
This playbook outlines in clear, step-by-step terms, the startup process: 1. Break the Rules; 2. Know Thy Customer; 3. Get Organized; 4. Craft a Business Plan 5. Promote Your Brand; and 6. Chief Your Operations. It is designed to help you set up a successful new enterprise and grow a profitable business you love!
You will find that if you can dream it, you can build it. In fact, more and more people are waking up to the epiphany that they can profit from their passions by launching the business venture of their dreams.
About the Author
Steven L. Chong is a serial entrepreneur, author, blogger, publisher, branding and marketing consultant and is the creative force behind The Entrepreneur's Playbook. His passions include creating new business enterprises, photography and traveling. If you would like to connect with him, follow him on on Twitter @idreamthefuture.
For more information about The Entrepreneur's Playbook, please visit: www.entrepreneursplaybook.com or phone (312) 554-5813 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.