Book: 10 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Find and to Qualify Opportunities You Can Convert into Your Own Successful Business by Richard Obirecategories: Book, Small Business, Business Owner, Self Employment, Financial Independence, Business Start-Up, Business Plan, Business Ideas, Entrepreneurship
Richard Obireabout this book: It was Samuel Taylor Coleridge who said, decades ago, In the Ryhme of the Ancient Mariner: water, water, everywhere, and all the boards did shrink; water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.
If you an aspiring business owner or an entrepreneur who seeks to venture into new frontiers today, the opportunities before you can be as plentiful and varied as they are vast. Everywhere you look, you will find massive data on all kinds of opportunities. Of course, we have quantum advances in human knowledge and technologies to thank for all this.
Whilst this is a good thing, it does create a big problem of its own for you as well. How do you make sense of all these data and figure out which opportunity is best for you?
In today's very complex and fast paced world, the place you don't want to be is where there is water everywhere but you don't have a drop to drink.
This eBook will show you the simple step-by-step process and tools you can use to easily identify, qualify and to select the opportunities that you can leverage into your business to achieve financial freedom and to live your dreams.
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