Are you really ready to be independent?
To be a successful entrepreneur, you don''t just need to know
how to run a business. You need to know how to run your life when
the boundary between work and personal time has essentially been
erased. But while there are countless books on setting up a
company, there hasn''t ever been a primer on navigating the unique
emotional and personal demands of entrepreneurship. That''s what
All In is all about: how to thrive in the entrepreneurial
lifestyle-and how to avoid its pitfalls.
In All In, Arlene Dickinson tells the truth about the
dangers of believing your own hype, listening to naysayers-and
ignoring naysayers, too. Dickinson explains why the need for
control is a double-edged sword that can get a business off the
ground, then cause it to stall. She also discusses what the need
for control does to a marriage-and how success can test family
relationships even more than failure.
All In will open a new level of dialogue in the
entrepreneurial community, bringing often-unspoken truths into the
light and showing readers all the ways they''ll be tested in their
new endeavour. Packed with Dickinson''s own hard-won lessons, and
those of other successful entrepreneurs, All In is for
every small business owner who''s ever felt like they''re the only
one and every coffee-break dreamer wondering if they can hack it.
At its best, the entrepreneurial lifestyle is all about
independence-not just financial independence, but the psychological
independence that comes from charting your own course-and All
In will help readers achieve that freedom.