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Carol Roth on The Entrepreneur Equation – Part 3

Carol RothOn today’s show, we wrapped up our chat
with Carol Roth. Carol is the author of
The Entrepreneur Equation, a must read for aspiring entrepreneurs. Last time, we discussed why men fare better than women at entrepreneuring as well as why you should put opportunity ahead of passion.

In our final podcast of this three-part series, you’ll hear:

  • how you can give yourself the best shot at being a BIGG success as an entrepreneur
  • how to analyze an opportunity with Carol’s framework
  • what existing business owners can learn from this book
  • why rethinking your business model can help you take a giant leap forward
  • Carol’s unique promotional tool and the 3 reasons behind it

We love Carol because she has a genuine desire to help entrepreneurs. If you think a little help would be good, get this book. You’ll qualify for some amazing special offers by pre-ordering it by February 18, 2011.

To listen to Parts 1 and 2 of our interview with Carol Roth, click here.

Direct link to The Bigg Success Show audio file | podcast:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/biggsuccess/00673-021711.mp3

Carol Roth on The Entrepreneur Equation Part 2

Carol RothWe continued our conversation with
Carol Roth, author of the great new book
The Entrepreneur Equation. Last time, among other things, we talked about the key to preparing to launch a business and why timing is so important.

Listen to this second part of our three-part interview (podcast) to hear:

  • why men make better entrepreneurs than women
  • what women can do about it
  • what a jobby is
  • why you should not start with your passion

We love Carol’s book! And if you pre-order Carol’s book by February 18, 2011, you’ll be eligible for some incredible special offers. Check it out today!

To listen to Parts 1 and 3 of our interview with Carol Roth, click here.

Direct link to The Bigg Success Show audio file | podcast:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/biggsuccess/00672-021611.mp3

Carol Roth on The Entrepreneur Equation – Part 1

Carol RothWe were so happy today to visit with Carol Roth on our show. Among many other things, Carol’s an investment banker, business strategist and deal maker who has helped clients from solopreneurs to multinational companies raise more than $1billion of capital.

You may have seen her on Fox News, MSNBC or Fox Business. She has her own TV show in development and she’s the author of the fantastic new book, The Entrepreneur Equation, which is why we want you to meet her.

Listen to the podcast to hear:

  • Carol’s secret to doing it all
  • what her “spinach in your teeth” philosophy is
  • why the failure rate for small business isn’t acceptable
  • the key to approaching a new business for greater success
  • Carol’s “FIRED UP system” to help you assess the timing of your startup
  • why you probably don’t need to worry about someone stealing your idea

Carol has some incredible special offers if you pre-order her book by February 18, 2011. We highly recommend it to you!

To listen to Parts 2 and 3 of our interview with Carol Roth, click here.

Direct link to The Bigg Success Show audio file | podcast:
http://traffic.libsyn.com/biggsuccess/00671-021511.mp3

When Your Career Causes Heartbreak

You knew in your heart this day would come. But it was still a surprise when he told you he wanted to break-up.

Your voice cracked as you said to him, “I’ve given you my heart, my soul, my everything for all these years.”

He responded, without emotion, “I wasn’t ready for that kind of commitment.”

You implored him, “You were my first love, my one and only.”

He replied, “I need some space.”

You questioned him, “Is it something I did, or said? Am I not talented enough? I can change.”

He answered, matter-of-factly, “It’s not you; it’s me.”

You pleaded your case, “I’ll never find another career like you.”

He retorted, “You can do better than me.”

With tears in your eyes, you said, “I’m moving to another career.”

He said, “Can we still be friends?”

You moved on. Sure, it hurt. But you endured. And it turned out to be one of the best decisions you ever made. THE END … is often the beginning in disguise.

This is no pick-up line … if you’re thinking about starting a business, we highly recommend a great new book, The Entrepreneur Equation, by Carol Roth. Carol tells it like it is so you can determine if entrepreneuring is right for you. You owe it to yourself to check it out!

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