Strategies to Get You from a Job-Business to a Bona-Fide Business

If you are overwhelmed, overworked, spending too much time on non-revenue generating activities or just want to take your business to the next level, listen to this brief audio from Carol with specific tips and strategies.

Business Strategist and Author of The Entrepreneur Equation, Carol Roth (@CarolJSRoth), talks about how to get away from a Job-business (a business entirely dependent upon you) to create a Bona-fide business (a model that works even when you aren't). If you are overwhelmed, overworked, spending too much time on non-revenue generating activities or just want to take your business to the next level, listen to this brief audio from Carol with specific tips and strategies.

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