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Is this blue book more valuable than a business degree? Most people enter their professional careers not understanding how to grow a business. At times, this makes them feel lost, or worse, like a fraud pretending to know what they're doing. It's hard to be successful without a clear understanding of how business works. These 60 daily readings are crucial for any professiona Is this blue book more valuable than a business degree? Most people enter their professional careers not understanding how to grow a business. At times, this makes them feel lost, or worse, like a fraud pretending to know what they're doing. It's hard to be successful without a clear understanding of how business works. These 60 daily readings are crucial for any professional or business owner who wants to take their career to the next level. New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Donald Miller knows that business is more than just a good idea made profitable - it's a system of unspoken rules, rarely taught by MBA schools. If you are attempting to profitably grow your business or career, you need elite business knowledge--knowledge that creates tangible value. Even if you had the time, access, or money to attend a Top 20 business school, you would still be missing the practical knowledge that propels the best and brightest forward. However, there is another way to achieve this insider skill development, which can both drastically improve your career earnings and the satisfaction of achieving your goals. Donald Miller learned how to rise to the top using the principles he shares in this book. He wrote Business Made Simple to teach others what it takes to grow your career and create a company that is healthy and profitable. These short, daily entries and accompanying videos will add enormous value to your business and the organization you work for. In this sixty-day guide, readers will be introduced to the nine areas where truly successful leaders and their businesses excel: Character: What kind of person succeeds in business? Leadership: How do you unite a team around a mission? Personal Productivity: How can you get more done in less time? Messaging: Why aren't customers paying more attention? Marketing: How do I build a sales funnel? Business Strategy: How does a business really work? Execution: How can we get things done? Sales: How do I close more sales? Management: What does a good manager do? Business Made Simple is the must-have guide for anyone who feels lost or overwhelmed by the modern business climate, even if they attended business school. Learn what the most successful business leaders have known for years through the simple but effective secrets shared in these pages. Take things further: If you want to be worth more as a business professional, read each daily entry and follow along with the free videos that will be sent to you after you buy the book.


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Is this blue book more valuable than a business degree? Most people enter their professional careers not understanding how to grow a business. At times, this makes them feel lost, or worse, like a fraud pretending to know what they're doing. It's hard to be successful without a clear understanding of how business works. These 60 daily readings are crucial for any professiona Is this blue book more valuable than a business degree? Most people enter their professional careers not understanding how to grow a business. At times, this makes them feel lost, or worse, like a fraud pretending to know what they're doing. It's hard to be successful without a clear understanding of how business works. These 60 daily readings are crucial for any professional or business owner who wants to take their career to the next level. New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Donald Miller knows that business is more than just a good idea made profitable - it's a system of unspoken rules, rarely taught by MBA schools. If you are attempting to profitably grow your business or career, you need elite business knowledge--knowledge that creates tangible value. Even if you had the time, access, or money to attend a Top 20 business school, you would still be missing the practical knowledge that propels the best and brightest forward. However, there is another way to achieve this insider skill development, which can both drastically improve your career earnings and the satisfaction of achieving your goals. Donald Miller learned how to rise to the top using the principles he shares in this book. He wrote Business Made Simple to teach others what it takes to grow your career and create a company that is healthy and profitable. These short, daily entries and accompanying videos will add enormous value to your business and the organization you work for. In this sixty-day guide, readers will be introduced to the nine areas where truly successful leaders and their businesses excel: Character: What kind of person succeeds in business? Leadership: How do you unite a team around a mission? Personal Productivity: How can you get more done in less time? Messaging: Why aren't customers paying more attention? Marketing: How do I build a sales funnel? Business Strategy: How does a business really work? Execution: How can we get things done? Sales: How do I close more sales? Management: What does a good manager do? Business Made Simple is the must-have guide for anyone who feels lost or overwhelmed by the modern business climate, even if they attended business school. Learn what the most successful business leaders have known for years through the simple but effective secrets shared in these pages. Take things further: If you want to be worth more as a business professional, read each daily entry and follow along with the free videos that will be sent to you after you buy the book.

30 review for Business Made Simple: 60 Days to Master Leadership, Sales, Marketing, Execution, Management, Personal Productivity and More

  1. 5 out of 5

    Becky L Long

    Audiobook read by the author. There is bonus material included in the audio book that is worth getting the audio version even if you have the book. This book may look small but that's because Donald Miller has figured out how to put huge concepts into a concise package. There is a 60 day video course that goes with the book. I also started watching those. This is a book I will likely be revisiting several times this year. This book is for anyone that wants to be paid for more than their muscle. Audiobook read by the author. There is bonus material included in the audio book that is worth getting the audio version even if you have the book. This book may look small but that's because Donald Miller has figured out how to put huge concepts into a concise package. There is a 60 day video course that goes with the book. I also started watching those. This is a book I will likely be revisiting several times this year. This book is for anyone that wants to be paid for more than their muscle.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Lovato

    Everything in this book is simple: Leadership, marketing, sales … even execution. Posted on January 30, 2021 by michellelovatosbookreviews, world's first book color commentator Thomas Nelson Publishers Everything in this book is simple: Leadership, marketing, sales … even execution. Execution? What kind of book is this, anyway? Oh ya. Execution in business. I wouldn’t admit it publicly, but there are more than a few bosses I’ve known that I wouldn’t mind seeing executed. Now that I ponder … execution Everything in this book is simple: Leadership, marketing, sales … even execution. Posted on January 30, 2021 by michellelovatosbookreviews, world's first book color commentator Thomas Nelson Publishers Everything in this book is simple: Leadership, marketing, sales … even execution. Execution? What kind of book is this, anyway? Oh ya. Execution in business. I wouldn’t admit it publicly, but there are more than a few bosses I’ve known that I wouldn’t mind seeing executed. Now that I ponder … execution in business is better than execution in anger or justice? Is executing businesspeople somehow less taboo? What about politicians? I know of a few politicians who would make good candidates. Ex husbands? Business Made Simple, by Donald Miller is without a doubt a lot more serious in the execution of its message, than I am in the execution of my thought life. This book highlights the importance of value-based professionals and their advantage in the workplace. Essentially, Miller says this book will help its readers accomplish more in less time, provide less stress, and more clarity in the workplace. Sounds pretty good to me. Less violent anyway. Miller presupposes that business people who present a core set of character traits proven to predict success will be the ones who actually win promotions, raises, and ultimately, conquer whatever business move is at hand. These people, Miller says, know the way business really works; can give clear and compelling leadership; are personally productive, and can clarify their message. These strong business leaders, he says, know how to build marketing campaigns, can sell, and are great communicators, negotiators, and managers. They also know how to run an execution system. Geeze. I’m intimidated already. As always, and in this book, it is the return on investment that proves key in the business ladder-climbing world. Return on investment in this case is in human skillsets and … shall I say it … the execution of that skillset in the workplace is imperative. Now that I understand that no murderous plots are behind the business of success, or at least I hope so, Business Made Simple seems to be a textbook example of “Mama Always Told Me” at work. And I’m betting that Business Made Simple will make “simple” into a business success. Everything in this book is simple: Leadership, marketing, sales … even execution. Execution? What kind of book is this, anyway? Oh ya. Execution in business. I wouldn’t admit it publically, but there are more than a few bosses I’ve known that I wouldn’t mind seeing executed. Now that I ponder … execution in business is better than execution in anger or justice? Is executing businesspeople somehow less taboo? What about politicians? I know of a few politicians who would make good candidates. Ex husbands? Business Made Simple, by Donald Miller is without a doubt a lot more serious in the execution of its message, than I am in the execution of my thought life. This book highlights the importance of value-based professionals and their advantage in the workplace. Essentially, Miller says this book will help its readers accomplish more in less time, provide less stress, and more clarity in the workplace. Sounds pretty good to me. Less violent anyway. Miller presupposes that business people who present a core set of character traits proven to predict success will be the ones who actually win promotions, raises, and ultimately, conquer whatever business move is at hand. These people, Miller says, know the way business really works; can give clear and compelling leadership; are personally productive, and can clarify their message. These strong business leaders, he says, know how to build marketing campaigns, can sell, and are great communicators, negotiators, and managers. They also know how to run an execution system. Geeze. I’m intimidated already. As always, and in this book, it is the return on investment that proves key in the business ladder-climbing world. Return on investment, in this case, is in human skillsets and … shall I say it … the execution of that skillset in the workplace is imperative Now that I understand that no murderous plots are behind the business of success, or at least I hope so, Business Made Simple seems to be a textbook example of “Mama Always Told Me” at work. And I’m betting that Business Made Simple will make “simple” into a business success. [email protected] [email protected] Happy are those who respect the Lord and obey him. You will enjoy what you work for, and you will be blessed with good things. Psalm 128: 1-2

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kirk Hanley

    Donald Miller breaks down the basics of running a business, divided into 10 broad areas. He give specific actionable tips that make some of these overwhelming skills feel a bit more manageable. I had hoped there would be more here for freelancers and one-person businesses, but that may have been a misperception on my part.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Alford Wayman

    Excellent Book On Business This book was amazing and a great resource for any worker employed but others or starting you own business. Love Donald Miller's use of the late Joseph Campbell and bringing power of the Myth and the Hero's journey to business. Excellent Book On Business This book was amazing and a great resource for any worker employed but others or starting you own business. Love Donald Miller's use of the late Joseph Campbell and bringing power of the Myth and the Hero's journey to business.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Matt Mccomas

    On one hand the simplicity of the tips and strategies are wonderful. On the other hand perhaps a bit too simplistic. 10 pages on sales, 10 pages on execution. I also love that leadership, character and personal productivity are included as being relevant to leading a business.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Stacey Groom

    As promised, it's the education a university can't provide. Read it, learn from it and enjoy it. As promised, it's the education a university can't provide. Read it, learn from it and enjoy it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    Easy to read and understand, this book breaks down all the aspects of a successful business leader. This will be one of the rare books I'll read repeatedly. Easy to read and understand, this book breaks down all the aspects of a successful business leader. This will be one of the rare books I'll read repeatedly.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Super practical! Will probably revisit this book again, was easy to digest but also incredibly practical. I can see why Donald Miller is crushing it!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ron Vereggen

    A deceptively simple primer on how to succeed in business and as a leader. If you have a team, get everyone a copy.

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