The Barefoot Executive

  • by Carrie Wilkerson
  • Narrated by Carrie Wilkerson
  • 6 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Don't think you have what it takes to run a business? It's time to reconsider. Carrie Wilkerson offers the opportunity to live life on your terms. Want to start your workday with e-mail and coffee on the back patio? Want the flexibility of joining your fourth-grader on an all-day field trip? Are you ready to take that vacation you’ve been planning for years? Then you have a choice to make, and The Barefoot Executive will help jump-start your transition. You’ll learn:

Your “why” -- the most important question. Why do you want to work for yourself?
What type of business best suits your experience and talents.
How to stay focused on your goal and avoid distractions.
Where to find the support that will accelerate your success.
How to link your business to the right market.
Whether it’s a service, a product, or your insight or expertise, you already have the raw materials necessary to transform your life. Carrie will walk you through the process of building the business you need to achieve the life you want. Her guidance is practical. No philosophical silliness, no theoretical abstractions - just concrete action steps alongside insights from fellow entrepreneurs, interactive exercises, and links to Carrie’s online video coaching segments. It’s the next best thing to working one-on-one with her. The Barefoot Executive will have you energized by the possibilities and embracing the extraordinary life that is well within your reach.


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Customer Reviews

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Where is the substance?

What would have made The Barefoot Executive better?

Some substance

Would you ever listen to anything by Carrie Wilkerson again?


Any additional comments?

I have listened to many audiobooks and enjoyed nearly all of them.After reading the other reviews on the site, I thought it sounded like a good listen.The book is very repetitive and has nothing of any real substance.I got through 2/3 of the book and could not take any more.In the first chapter carrie sets up her credentials - she runs many successful businesses from home, lost over 100 pounds, has 4 kids, overcame depression etc - which is good.But she keeps repeating these same facts again and again during the book about how amazing she is for overcoming these obstacles.There are no real deep insights about anything.The whole message of the book seemed to be - if you have an interest in something you can start an internet business advising on the topic, and if you work hard you will build a successful business.I am not disputing that this is true but there has to be more meat in a 6 hour book.It is supposed to be a book for people starting a business or people already running a business, but I think only newcomers to business will get anything out of it.This may sound like a harsh review, but maybe I am just not who the book was aimed at.

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- David

Worse book Ever

What disappointed you about The Barefoot Executive?

The title is completely misleading.
It was sophomoric.Self-centered. It was simplistic. Non-specific. Definitely not executive material.

Has The Barefoot Executive turned you off from other books in this genre?


Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Carrie Wilkerson?

I wouldn't have published this book. it is more of a pamphlet that belongs in the lobby of a christian motivation center

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Barefoot Executive?

all the faith-based assertions. the simplicity and assumptions

Any additional comments?

It is a useless book for anyone who has been or wants to be in the business world. I can not imagine it being useful to anyone, whether you are starting out as a network marketer, an entrepreneur or a small partnership.

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- Sheri

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-16-2011
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio