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  • Image of Entrepreneurial Leadership
    Image of Entrepreneurial Leadership

    The Art of Launching New Ventures, Inspiring Others, and Running Stuff

    by Joel Peterson

    Joel Peterson lays out a path to make a lasting impact by following four core philosophies: establishing trust, creating a sense of mission, building a cohesive team, and executing and delivering results.

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  • Image of Built, Not Born
    Image of Built, Not Born

    A Self-Made Billionaire’s No-Nonsense Guide for Entrepreneurs

    by Tom Golisano, Mike Wicks

    From the importance of understanding your business and industry, to key questions for determining your choice of business, to fundamental principles for making deals and leading, Built, Not Born is essential reading for today’s entrepreneurs.

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  • Image of The Responsible Entrepreneur
    Image of The Responsible Entrepreneur

    Four Game-Changing Archetypes for Founders, Leaders, and Impact Investors

    by Carol Sanford

    The Responsible Entrepreneur offers four archetypes for entrepreneurs to use to learn how to grow their businesses into powerful platforms. Responsible entrepreneurs seek to transform industries and even society itself. Sanford presents a blueprint for the kind of leadership that is required.

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  • Image of The Breakthrough Company
    Image of The Breakthrough Company

    How Everyday Companies Become Extraordinary Performers

    by Keith McFarland

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    A number of small businesses stay small but not always by choice. Only one tenth of 1 percent is persistent enough to break through to sales above $250 million a year. McFarland points out in The Breakthrough Company that it doesn’t take luck to make your “everyday” company “extraordinary.” Instead, for a company to make it big it takes a specific set of skills and strategies that can be used by anyone, from a startup to major company.

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