The E-Myth Revisited

UntitledThis is one of the best business books I have read in a very long time.

This is so though provoking that it’s scary. This book made me completely rethink our business and the way it operates. Please understand that it is not a miracle cure but a way forward. You will need to implement the items that you take from the book. You will have to sit back and rethink some parts of your business. Be honest and you will take something valuable from this book.

The link below has 5 recommended business books to read. I would still add “Trump – Think big” to this list. I think this The E-myth Revisited is a very good book to start with. I wish I had read this 4 years ago.

http://www.e-myth.com/cs/user/print/post/5-must-read-business-books

4 thoughts on “The E-Myth Revisited”

  1. Hey

    Then u need to lend me this book. Also wanted to say that I like the new look. When I go on permanent leave, u must help me with my one 🙂

  2. Hi Martin
    As a start-up I think you need all the help you can get. The mistake we all make once we start our own businesses is that we think because we are good at something we will be successful in starting our own business doing just that.
    To be in business you need so much more skills than just being technically able to do the work.

    You need to be the marketing director, financial manager and operational manager. I wished someone would have told me this before I started out.
    E-myth guides you in thinking about this and more.

    This is applicable to new start-ups and also existing businesses.

    It makes you think and not just act on auto pilot. Some people don’t like the concepts but I personally think it has a great message too it. My opinion is if you could sit back and re-evaluation things in the economy we are in now, you will do great once the economy turns as you would have performed your house keeping already.

    It also allows you to re-thing some of your internal issues that we all have but in good times you allow to happen because we are not in a “crunch time” situation.

    So to answer your question I think it has a great place for existing and also start-up companies.

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