How a 26-year-old University Dropout Became a Self-made Millionaire
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A young Australian entrepreneur and self-made millionaire presents a counterintuitive guide to succeeding in today’s business world
To be unprofessional is not to be disrespectful. It is not to be reckless or lazy. It is not to be unpunctual, badly presented or poorly spoken.
To be unprofessional is to be real. It is to create a vision that is unborrowed from the past. It is to develop products that genuinely ‘wow’ your audience. It is to think of marketing strategies that the management consultants don’t have diagrams or buzz words for yet. It is to think original thoughts and speak of proactive ideas that haven’t yet been documented in the academic playbooks.
At just 26 years old, Jack Delosa knows more than you’d expect about business and entrepreneurship. A self-made millionaire by 24, Delosa is an award-winning entrepreneur and educator who has built several start-ups into successful thriving businesses. In UnProfessional, Delosa reflects on his business adventures and offers practical how-to advice on topics such as becoming a market leader on a shoestring budget, becoming the go-to person in your industry to win more business faster, how to manage and lead other people toward your vision and why it’s important to fail fast.
The business world has changed. What worked in the past will not work today. Offering a fresh perspective on the challenges of starting and running a successful business, UnProfessional is an ideal guide for Australia’s current crop of forward-thinking entrepreneurs of any age.
Mindblowing and eye opening
Business has changed in 2014 and Jack Delosa has provided a blue print for any budding and struggling entrepreneurs change the statistics and CREATE your own business success! Buy this book NOW if you are in a business or thinking of getting into one!! Jack- YOU ARE THE MAN BROTHER!!
Busniess Made Easy
Jack takes the confusion and questions out of business, and just like you wouldn't fall over if you'd learnt to ride a bike well, jack teaches how to ride the business bike without having the questions or being in the dark.