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All the proceeds of this book go to charity so please buy a copy for yourself, friends, family, school, college or whatever. The price is low and you will be helping others with your contribution!

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Why should you buy this book?

This book is written in an ‘easy to read’ style designed to help you decide if you want to become an entrepreneur using you as a starting point. It’s based around a series of mentor sessions, guiding you through the realities of life as an entrepreneur together with an analysis of your life, goals and ambitions. It then helps you decide if this is the life for you.

Reading it and actively taking part in each of the exercises will provide you with the best chance of succeeding as an entrepreneur, if that’s the path you choose or it will give you sufficient clarity to decide what other career option are best suited to you.

Another great reason to buy this book is because all the profits go directly to helping other would-be entrepreneurs less fortunate than you. Imagine that, just by buying this book you will contribute towards launching someone else’s venture – so you will become an entrepreneur’s sponsor even if you don’t do it yourself.

Personally, I believe in “giving back” and contribution as the universal power behind everyone’s success and so this could be the first lesson you learn from this book.

Start your entrepreneurial journey by giving and you will be more successful that you can imagine!

Who will you be supporting by buying this book?

The Grameen foundation:

“I plan to donate the proceeds from the sale of this book to an organization that I feel is making a meaningful difference, the Grameen Foundation.  Grameen Foundation is a US-based nonprofit that seeks to empower the world’s poorest people to lift themselves out of poverty with dignity through access to financial services and to information.”

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