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E-Myth Mastery: The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company

E-Myth Mastery: The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company By Michael E. Gerber E Myth Mastery The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company The bestselling author of phenomenally successful and continually vital The E Myth Revisited presents the next big step in entrepreneurial management and leadership with E Myth Mastery A practical re

  • Title: E-Myth Mastery: The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company
  • Author: Michael E. Gerber
  • ISBN: 9780060723231
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • E-Myth Mastery: The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company By Michael E. Gerber The bestselling author of phenomenally successful and continually vital The E Myth Revisited presents the next big step in entrepreneurial management and leadership with E Myth Mastery.A practical, real world program that is implemented real time into your business, Gerber begins by engaging the reader in understanding why the entrepreneur is so critical to the success ofThe bestselling author of phenomenally successful and continually vital The E Myth Revisited presents the next big step in entrepreneurial management and leadership with E Myth Mastery.A practical, real world program that is implemented real time into your business, Gerber begins by engaging the reader in understanding why the entrepreneur is so critical to the success of any enterprise, no matter how small or large it may be, and why the mindset of an entrepreneur is so integral to the operating reality of the organization, of the small business, and the enterprise He then covers seven essential skills LeadershipMarketingMoneyManagementLead ConversionLead GenerationClient FulfilmentEach of these seven skills is presented through a specific training module with corresponding tests and exercises that explain the content and principles to be learned, provide case studies and examples, as well as worksheets for applying those ideas to the business Gerber ties it all together by helping readers put the pieces together in an E Myth Business, an E Myth Practice and an E Myth Enterprise.This is the book that will show you the difference between being an entrepreneur versus doing a job, how to get money when the bank won t give it to you, how to expand your customer base when big business moves in down the street, how to develop the best people when you can t afford to pay them competitive wages, how to increas
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    1. Chad Warner on said:

      I didn t get nearly as much out of this as The E Myth Revisited It has a lot detail about business processes than The E Myth Revisited visited, but much of it applies to business that are larger than my web design company The conversations with Sarah take up too much space and don t add any value to the business advice For this reason, I barely read any of Part One.There s not much specifically about the Internet, but the principles still hold.I like Gerber s statement, Your business, not your [...]

    2. Emma on said:

      This book was not what I expected at all The first E myth book was just about systems and processes This one is about applying mindfulness and the internal journey around stopping doing the working in the business and stepping back but then I think he gets into the systems and processes again after that I m only halfway through it.It s a good approach, I m looking forward to reading teh rest of it.It still has the Sarah character and the All About Pies business, but this book is way in depth an [...]

    3. Matthew Johnson on said:

      I recommend reading E Myth first But if you did and understood it but need the next step of planning your enterprise then I highly recommend E Myth Mastery The E Myth Revisited Why Most Small Businesses Don t Work and What to Do About ItIt won t make much sense at first but you ll start to observe small business owners struggling with the exact issues, same nearly the same things that Gerber outlines in this book Plus some of the chapter epigrams are by Christopher Locke, Eckhart Tolle giving th [...]

    4. Lino's Version on said:

      The subtitle of the book is The Seven Essential Disciplines for Building a World Class Company that is what I was looking for.Had read this years agoHave downloaded the worksheets from 7 chapters, see below for the chapters which include Chapter 1 The Discipline of The Enterprise LeaderChapter 2 The Discipline of The Marketing LeaderChapter 3 The Discipline of The Financial LeaderChapter 4 The Discipline of The Management LeaderChapter 5 The Discipline of The Client Fulfillment LeaderChapter 6 T [...]

    5. Dale Critchley on said:

      Practical with lots of great insights and step by step help for creating systems so organizations can be self sustaining I ll be referring back to this in the future.

    6. Stephen on said:

      I have finally abandoned the book I didn t get too far into it I found it to be pretty turgid and overweight with California style meaningless psychology In my opinion, the book could be trimmed by several hundred pages, and not lose much of its message I can t remember why I took the book up in the first place I thought it would help as a business guide, but I couldn t really get to grips with it The pace of writing is very slow, which I find quite off putting I like a book to have a nice brisk [...]

    7. Kim Maxwell on said:

      For anyone who has started or considering starting a business, this is a must read It really takes you through the process of becomming and staying successful You have to have all the roles filled, and if it s a one man show, you are the Cast, and you must learn to keep your business alive and running with systems to ensure it doesn t consume your life When your work consumes your life, it won t thrive because you are only able to maintain your head above water, and not get yourself or your busi [...]

    8. Elizabeth on said:

      While not usually a fan of teaching through stories, I found it mostly worked for this format Business info for the uninitiated can be overwhelming Especially all the info packed in to EMyth Mastery I ve ended up creating resources I never would have otherwise and highly recommend setting a deadline once you start this program It does require commitment but is well worth it business learning education

    9. Charles on said:

      This is a strange book It s partly a New Age, know your deepest self to realize the dreams you don t even know you have kind of book That part centers on a woman and her pie company The other part is a down to basics guide for building a small business the right way The insights are invaluable, even when the structure is a little off.

    10. David on said:

      Very similar to his original E Myth book In this book, he discusses how the disciplines apply to his client Sarah and her bakery called All About Pies It was on working on your business and just not in your business It also had some great lessons on making customers become clients repeat customers.

    11. Michael on said:

      I really liked this book, especially near the end when he shares his business troubles in the 80s and how stressful it was It s nice to know no one s perfect, but we do the best we can with integrity He has some great words of advice all through the book, which I ve become accustomed to in the E Myth books.

    12. Eric Brown on said:

      95% fluff 5% good material This was the most frustrating read I have ever experienced WAY too much fluff Having loved Emyth Revisted, this book was a huge disappointment Do not buy this book The whole book is written in a first person story format about Michael s apprentice, Sara I found myself screaming at my stereo book on tape out of frustration listening to this horrible book

    13. Matthew on said:

      Despite being written as a business fable , practical useful tools and systems are a part of this book We plan to apply the principles of continuous improvement across the seven disciplines to continue to provide world class service to our clients

    14. Brandon on said:

      I was really dissapointed in this book I think the author is interested in talking about himself and his experiences than anything It had some helpful info on entrepreneurship, but there are much better books and resources for better understanding starting a business.

    15. John Boettcher on said:

      Standard business book on how to run your company better than everyone else A hundred, maybe thousand books out there just like that I could probably write a book about being in the right place at the right time and become a bestselling author and a millionaire at the same time.

    16. Larry on said:

      some good information about running a business I have not read his other books yet but plan to It seemed to say things over and over I stopped about halfway through I will read EMyth Revisited which I hear is the best one.

    17. Jorge on said:

      Not the best book I have read about business, but it surely has some good tips

    18. MsSmartiePants ...like the candy... on said:

      More information from Michael Gerber which is imperative to every business owner who wants and needs to be freed from the slavery of control.

    19. John Seno on said:

      Builds on the Emyth Revisited, it s a great book, easy to read and it has good insights.

    20. Christine on said:

      Fluff writing 75% of the time Boil the book down to about 1 2 the pages you ll get some good information.

    21. Denis on said:

      Good follow up to The E Myth Revisited for big fans But, did not think it was a good book for a new read.

    22. Owen Greaves on said:

      Business owners and anyone thinking of going into business will love this book, just buy it and read it Worth every penny.

    23. Buzzlair Voufincci on said:

      sound and practical lots of insights which is perfect for young entrepreneurs ready to set into my second venture into startup building.

    24. Dynatang on said:

      Not nearly as informative as e myth revisitedbut good job for keep reader engaged.

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