Millionaire MBA Business Mentoring Programme, Week 7 (Unabridged)


Written By: Richard Parkes Cordock

Written By: James MinterElena SoutoLuke JohnsonDebbie BurkeLord Harris

Length:2 hour 49 minutes

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Audiobook Summary:Week 7: In Depth Entrepreneur Interviews This is the seventh in a unique eight-week Business Mentoring Programme designed FOR entrepreneurs BY entrepreneurs. Weeks 5 to 8 of the program delve deeper into the mindset of self-made millionaire entrepreneurs and explore the full range of subjects from Risk to making a million. Each day, for around 30 minutes, you'll hear one entrepreneur share his or her individual story with you, entertaining you, motivating you, and inspiring you as you learn. Day 31: James Minter shows you what you need to change if you are serious about becoming a successful entrepreneur. At one time, James was an officer in the Royal Navy. With no business experience at all, he created one of London's most prestigious private members' clubs and served office complexes. Day 32: Elena Souto teaches you what YOU need to do to replicate her meteoric success. Elena previously worked in an office and decided to start her own business, selling lingerie for bigger breasted women. Elena's talent was soon spotted and she won award after award for her business. Day 33: Luke Johnson demonstrates his unique way of excelling as a capitalist investor and entrepreneur. One of the UK's most respected restaurateurs, Luke now owns many of London's most desirable restaurants and is regarded an extraordinary entrepreneur, and exceptionally talented investor. Day 34: Debbie Burke will captivate you as she explains exactly what it will take for you to have a multi-million pound/dollar company like hers even if you've just been laid off. Debbie started her successful recruitment company with a credit card and a 10,000 pound credit line when the company she was working for collapsed. Day 35: Lord Harris describes in detail the nuts and bolts of building a successful company. Lord Harris left school at 15 to run the family business when his father died. Lord Harris is dyslexic but has used it to his advantage.