The Entrepreneur’s Garden is an insightful and compelling book exploring the nine essential relationships that business owners need to master to be successful while keeping and growing their passion for what they do. The story follows an entrepreneur named Sally who started her own business.
While things begin well, she soon finds herself grappling with growing her company. Realizing that she needs to change her approach or give up on her business reaching the next level, she sets her intentions on finding a mentor. Sally meets Dee, who enters her life as a mentor just when Sally needs it the most.
Dee is a successful entrepreneur and believes in sharing how she learned to keep her businesses running smoothly while pursuing other things that were important to her. She points out to Sally that by concentrating on nine key relationships, she can surpass her dreams…and have fun doing it. Sally learns how a relationship with self, time, money, market, team, partners, legacy, death, and results will help her realize everything she wants to do in life.
Throughout the course of the book, Dee not only gives Sally the philosophy behind each relationship but also teaches the practical applications. Sally, in turn, applies the lessons in her business and shares them with others.
Why should people read it?
It is a one-stop entrepreneurial book that will help people create success and harmony in personal life as well as in business life.
What others are saying:
“This is a practical, helpful and inspiring book for anyone who dreams of being successful in their own business.”
– Brian Tracy | Author | Million Dollar Habits
“When you read Divya’s book, you will discover new methods for building your business while re-remembering potent wisdom tips you once knew and forgot. Divya combines storytelling with facts in such a manner that you quickly turn pages to find the next tool which will take your business over the top.”
– Coach Winn | Two-time Olympian | Originator of the WIN Philosophy | Founder of CoachWinnSpeaks.com
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