- Paperback: 268 pages
- Publisher: Other (October 18, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0999357697
- ISBN-13: 978-0999357699
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 467 g
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5.600 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Efficientpreneur: A Practical Guide to Transition from Employee to Efficient Entrepreneur Paperback – 18 October 2017
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About the Author
Ahmed Al Kiremli, also known as AK is a Serial Entrepreneur, 1# International Best Selling Author, Business Mentor, Efficiency Expert and Pro Athlete. He has founded and scaled several businesses and franchise concepts in various industries. AK helps employees to transition into efficient entrepreneurs and business owners to scale their business performance and profitability with less time, effort and cost without risking their personal freedom. He's also the host of Be Efficient TV web channel, interviewing CEOs, productivity hackers, empowerment experts and best-selling authors. AK is the founder of the Efficientpreneur Elite 1on1 intensive coaching program & Efficientpreneur Club 1on1 exclusive business coaching community, he helped thousands of men and women achieve success and financial freedom through building & scaling their own efficient businesses. He's spoken about various business topics at events including TEDx and has been featured by international media including: Yahoo, Thomson, Reuters, Zaywa, Tech view, Failcon, Arabian Business, Gulf News, Khaleej Times, Evolution Magazine and sport 360.
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In the later part of the book he went on to explain how you need to keep learning about new things if you want to be a successful entrepreneur. It’s not enough to simply have a dream. To make the dream a reality you will have to deal with legal matters, manpower issues and contracts. Things that most employees don’t know how to handle and is often the reason that they fail as entrepreneurs.
The book also points out resources that you may use to make yourself more efficient in handling all these details. Overall, if you are looking forward to creating your own business and generating passive income, you may want to check out the tools and resources mentioned in the book.
The author discusses many topics, from ways of finding investors or broadening your knowledge about finances, to advice on everything you need to take into account when opening a store into a shopping center. I must say I learned a lot because the book includes many issues I have never thought of, and I think the author makes you feel creating your own business it's not an unachievable dream, while keeping it realistic - I can't count all the times he says there will be problems, mistakes and failure along the way.
The only thing I think is missing are more examples. The author talks about his personal experience, which I enjoyed reading and left me in awe, but I would have liked to read about research on other businesses with real stories about real people who become entrepreneurs (apart from the classic examples of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and the most famous social networks creators). I think that reading about real data can really put your own mind into work.
Overall, it's a book I would recommend on the subject.
I highly recommend this book to everyone and look forward to read more from the author.
Lastly thank you very much for sharing this book with me.