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Thinking Like An Entrepreneur: How To Make Intelligent Business Decisions That Will Lead To Success In Building and Growing Your Own Company epub ebook

by Peter I. Hupalo

Thinking Like An Entrepreneur: How To Make Intelligent Business Decisions That Will Lead To Success In Building and Growing Your Own Company epub ebook

Author: Peter I. Hupalo
Category: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: HCM Publishing (March 2004)
Pages: 276 pages
ISBN: 0967162467
ISBN13: 978-0967162461
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 190
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Thinking Like An Entrepreneur teaches you to reason entrepreneurially and to make fundamentally sound business decisions. Whether you contemplate starting a business or are in the process of growing a business already.

Thinking Like An Entrepreneur teaches you to reason entrepreneurially and to make fundamentally sound business decisions.

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"Thinking Like An Entrepreneur" teaches you to reason entrepreneurially and to make fundamentally sound business decisions. Whether you contemplate starting a business or are in the process of growing a business already, this book is for you. "Thinking Like An Entrepreneur" helps you make the transition from employee to company founder and successful entrepreneur. Ultimately, this book provides you with the tools to take control of your financial destiny and to pursue your dreams. It teaches you how to think like an entrepreneur. The book discusses Cash Flow; Growing A Business; Intellectual Capital and Bootstrapping; Personality and Business Choice; Risk Shifting and Pursuing Larger Opportunities; The Role of Luck In Business; Buying a Business; Writing A Business Plan; and Supplier and Customer Financing.
Reviews (7)
Cordann
Amazon recommended this to me based on other purchases, so I thought "why not?" Wow, such a fun read. It's basically a mind dump from a guy has clearly thought a lot about entrepreneurship. A subject I love. On my first read-through, there were lots of cool "never thought of it like that" moments. But be aware: this is not a "how to start a business" book, but I would say it's more of a "how to build a mental framework for understanding a business" book. Obviously, that's not for everybody, and old-timers might think they're beyond that. But I'd be surprised if you don't walk away from the book with at least one new concept that stays with you forever.

Oreavi
Peter Hupalo has written a unique book for Entrepreneurs. I've read a lot of books about business and entrepreneurship, but this one is different. It speaks to people just thinking about starting a business and yet it has a lot to offer to the veteran entrepreneur.
If you're thinking about starting a business, the first few chapters will do a great job of helping you think about the risks in quitting a "safe" job and starting your own company. It's not as risky as you might think. This isn't the book to read about business licenses or accounting systems - it is much more important than that! It really is as the title suggests a book about thinking like an entrepreneur.
I've been in business for more than 10 years, but I'm still making mistakes and trying to learn new things. A mark of a good book for me is the number of pages that I dog-ear to mark interesting ideas. My copy of Thinking Like an Entrepreneur has at least 20 pages marked, and I've referred back to it many times since I finished reading it. It will definitely go on my favorites shelf of business books. I've already recommended it to my entrepreneur friends.
The author's style is to mix stories about experiences from actual entrepreneurs with good step-by-step walkthroughs of "thinking like an entrepreneur". It is 272 pages with 27 chapters. Each chapter can stand alone, making it easy to focus on the areas you're really interested in while skimming the ones that don't apply so much to your business. Peter seems to have a technology background, but I think any businessperson will find a lot to learn in this book.
My favorite chapters include:
* Don't Get Bournouillied - an interesting discussion of risk
* Men are cheaper than guns
* The importance of margins - Most books don't cover this VERY important topic
* Expectation Values and Decision Making
* Personality and Business Choice
* You Know Enough, But Keep Learning Anyway
* The Role of Luck in Business
* An introduction to the Nature of Compounding and the Time Value of Money
* Relationship Marketing - The cost of losing clients
* The Value of Time
This is a very readable book. It is entertaining while having good solid information on important topics that you'll find yourself rereading several times. Highly recommended!

watchman
"Thinking Like An Entrepreneur" offered no new or novel insights for this discriminating reader. Zero academic credibility and a complete waste of this reader's time (and yes, I did read it). I wound up throwing it away embarrassed to give it away because that would reflect back on my taste as a consulting professional. Don't waste your money. If delivery on the promise is what you seek may I recommend "The Entrepreneurial Mindset: Strategies for Continuously Creating Opportunity in An Age of Uncertainty" by Rita Gunther McGrath & Ian McMillan, published by Harvard Business School Press. This latter work delivers.

Yozshujinn
The title of this book is a little misleading. It is not helping you learn how to think like an entrepreneur. In fact, the book teaches you how to more accurately make assessments that entrepreneurs have to make. If you do that, your entrepreneurial success should be higher.

I like books about avoiding thought patterns that delay or derail progress, and thoroughly enjoyed this one. In many ways, the book parallels the outstanding book about personal decision-making, Smart Choices, that I strongly recommend you read as well.

Why, then, did I rate the book at four stars rather than five? Basically, the book didn't quite get the editing it deserved. There are some minor misspellings of the sort that should have been caught. More seriously, the book indulges in unnecessary vulgar language in a few places. If those things don't bother you, see this as a five star book. It certainly is in every other way.

Some of the subjects include how to overcome risk aversion, how to lay off risk, picking the type of business to go into, establishing a business model that has the best chance of success, and how to have the business match your personality and preferences. These are subjects I feel are important for any entrepreneur, and are often not covered by business books. I was especially impressed by the focus on ethics and high moral tone of the advice.

This book will have value both for people who are thinking about becoming entrepreneurs and those who are already running small businesses. Since the book often focuses on computer consulting and computer-based training, those who are in those fields will find the book to be especially valuable.

As a test of the value of the book's content, I applied the concepts to my own management consulting firm and found that the analyses were accurate and useful. So you can add management consulting as another business type for which this book is good.

One of the things I liked about the book is that it realistically encourages people to think about entrepreneurship. Even if you decide that having your own business is not for you, this book will give you a better basis for feeling confident about that decision.

If you do decide you want to buy or start a business, I suggest you share this book with your spouse and a person who already has a business in the same area. Then discuss your ideas with each of them in terms of the concepts in the book. Their feedback will help you form a more realistic view of your ideas.

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