The E-myth Contractor

The E-myth Contractor

Why Most Contractors' Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It

Book - 2002
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With The E-Myth Contractor, Michael E. Gerber launches a series of books that apply the E-Myth to specific types of small businesses. The first is aimed at contractors.

This book reveals a radical new mind-set that will free contractors from the tyranny of an unprofitable, unproductive routine. With specific tips on topics as crucial as planning, money and personnel management, The E-Myth Contractor teaches readers how to:

Implement the ingenious turnkey system of management--a means of creating a business prototype that reflects the business owner's unique set of talents and replicating and distributing them among employees and customers. Recognise and manage the four forms of money--income, profit, flow and equity. Harness the power of change to expand the company.

The book also provides help on a larger level, leading readers towards becoming business visionaries by relinquishing tactical work and embracing strategic work, by letting go to gain control. Once put into action, Gerber's revolutionary ideas promise not only to help contractors build successful businesses, but successful lives as well.

Publisher: New York : HarperBusiness, c2002
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780066214689
Characteristics: xxi, 118 p. ; 22 cm


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Nov 21, 2012

The author filled the majority of pages in this book stating what this book (and his other books) WILL and CAN do for you. I kept turning pages searching for information with substance and never found it. There was a couple of poositive thoughts to take from the book but they could have been condensed to one or two pages. I was not impressed.


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