Business Start-Up Success Made Simple

  • by Brian Tracy
  • Narrated by Brian Tracy
  • 11 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Every year 2,000,000 men and women start a business – and so can you! Brian Tracy, one of the top business teachers, trainers and authors in the world today, shows you how, starting with little or nothing….
You Can Achieve Financial Independence!
In this practical, proven 12 lecture program, you’ll learn these priceless lessons to set you on the road to business success:

1 - The Keys to Entrepreneurial Success
2 - Selecting the Right Product or Service
3 - Planning for Profitability
4 - Marketing, Selling and Customer Service
5 - Winning the Hearts and Minds of Customers
6 - Selling Your Way to the Top
7 - Closing the Sale8 Becoming a Master Negotiator
9 - Financing Your Business

  • 10 - All Business is People Business11 Improving Your Personal Productivity
    12 - Increasing Your Profits/Balancing Your Work and Personal Life
    These lectures have also been included in Business Success Made Simple by Brian Tracy. Plus: PDF Workbook with Notes and Application Exercises for each lesson! On page 1 of the workbook PDF, click the link to receive over $100 worth of bonus materials
    Special Bonus: Access more than $100 worth of online resources to build your business faster; an Entrepreneurial Skills Assessment to discover your strengths and weaknesses, and breakthrough opportunities, plus 30 priceless video lessons for business success.

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    Customer Reviews

    Most Helpful

    Good overall advice; some dated, and some obvious

    What made the experience of listening to Business Start-Up Success Made Simple the most enjoyable?

    Good advice on several different areas for starting and running a business from someone who has quite a bit of first-hand experience.

    What three words best describe Brian Tracy’s voice?

    Sedate, moist, and ??? The narration can put you to sleep or annoy you (make sure you listen to the sample before deciding to buy the book), since he has a pretty sedate speaking style, and it sounds like he has too much saliva in his mouth while narrating. The only way I could tolerate it without being distracted was to listen at a pretty high speed (2-3x setting on Android), which solved both concerns for me.

    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    The chapter on sales techniques was particularly useful and interesting to me. That seems to be one of his clear areas of strength from many years of direct experience. He presents a number of techniques for handling a pretty wide variety of sales situations.

    Any additional comments?

    Overall, I recommend the book for anyone considering starting a company, and even for those who are already working in an established company, since some of the advice is not only for start-ups. I felt that some of the advice seems a little "old-school" and also contradicts some guidance from other more modern start-up audio book authors that I recently experienced.

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    - Marcus

    Business fundamentals from a master

    What about Brian Tracy’s performance did you like?

    I think like most of Brian Tracy's work, he distills often complex areas into clear concepts that then requires you to think about how it specifically applies to your situation. This program won't tell exactly what to do. However, it goes over the fundamental aspects of running your business, I expect to listen to this over and over again and after each time I've implemented some ideas.

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    - Khanh

    Book Details

    • Release Date: 10-19-2011
    • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC