The most practical and highly endorsed start-up book available.
Praised by New York Times best-selling authors, academics at the top of the Business field, and fellow entrepreneurs, Sean Castrina's 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Start-Up Success can save your business start-up 100's of hours and thousands of dollars. The lessons contained will guide you from testing your idea to how to operate a profitable new business.
Forget what you’ve read in other books. As Castrina teaches in this great book, you don’t need an MBA to become a successful entrepreneur, you just need aptitude, the right temperament, and a “never-give-up” attitude.
“This remarkable book will save the aspiring entrepreneur 100’s of hours and thousands of dollars on building a successful business. It can change your life.”
Author of “The 100 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Business Success” and N.Y. Times Bestselling Author and International Speaker
“8 Unbreakable Rules captures the soul of business that has made our country great and reveals how uncompromising character, respectful relationships and a commitment to the greater good of community lead to 'uncommon' success and a life worth living.”
N.Y. Times Bestselling Author of “48 Days to The Work You Love”
“A thoughtful powerful book full of important advice for everyone thinking about starting a business."
–Edward D. Hess
Professor of Business Administration & Batten Executive-in-Residence, The Darden School of Business and Author of “Grow To Greatness”
“Starting a business is like finding your way around a dark room. This book is your flashlight; it provides practical and insightful guidance to find your way without hitting your hip on the corner of the table.”
Founder and CEO of LendStreet
“This book is real. I commend Sean on distilling the lessons he has learned the hard way into rules even entrepreneurs would not want to break.”
-Saras D. Sarasvathy
University of Virginia, The Darden School of Business and Author of “Effectuation”
“This book provides insights into the process of planning and launching a business that demonstrate the author’s seasoned perspective. This work will be a great benefit to anyone who is considering entrepreneurship.”
-Robert Klonoski, JD, DMgt
Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Mary Baldwin College