Mark Twain famously said you shouldn't "let school get in the way of your education." The fact is, business school doesn't - and can't - teach entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is an art that has to be experienced to be learned.
Starting a business remains a core component of the American Dream. Entrepreneurship is the great equalizer, where anyone from any background can create their own life of prosperity... given the right advice, strategies, focus, and determination. Entrepreneurs call it the "hustle."
In Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur, Brian Lofrumento reveals the most important lessons he's learned from 10 years of being an entrepreneur, and reveals the information, insights, and strategies that one of the country's top business schools failed to teach him.
A staggering 39% of employees in the United States want to start their own business (these are wantrepreneurs), but are inundated with outdated business advice and resources that don't take them behind the lines of what entrepreneurship really is.
Wantrepreneur to Entrepreneur focuses on the strategies and lessons that wantrepreneurs need to start and grow their first successful business, whether they're still working a full-time job, are in college, or have tried their hand at entrepreneurship before.
This book is packed with knowledge gained from some of the world's biggest entrepreneurs, like Seth Godin, Suzanne Evans, and Peter Voogd.
Having started his first business at the age of 19, author Brian Lofrumento knows what it takes to succeed as an entrepreneur, what obstacles entrepreneurs face, and how to set yourself up for success as quickly as possible by providing value in the global marketplace.
Brian's businesses have reached over 3.5 million people worldwide, and he has worked with over 3,000 students, helping them launch and grow businesses across a wide range of industries. Brian's work has been featured in The Boston Globe, the Chicago Sun-Times, Search Engine Journal, and radio outlets throughout the United States.