Ancient Inspirations

The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Building an Empire

by Virginia Cheong

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/15/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9781504304177

About the Book

This is not just a story. It’s a historical fable designed to make you think as a leader. This fast-paced fictional story takes you through the roller-coaster rides experienced by leaders, whether you are managing a small business, home-based business, or even a large corporate company. While most self-help books teach you the how-to-do-it process, Ancient Inspirations provides you the necessary tools to deal with situations (problem-solving skills), even long after reading the book. This book has been written and rewritten many times over to produce the magical formula to address the everyday challenges and emotional roller coaster faced by the modern-day leader. It has been reviewed by industry leaders, MLM leaders, successful entrepreneurs, network-marketing professionals, and business coaches as highly recommended and a must read. It is a particularly useful tool for coaching and mentoring teams because you can break down each chapter and relate it to a specific situation that is relevant to the reader. The characters used in Ancient Inspirations depict real-life characters representing the typical personality profiles used by marketing teams, those in sales roles, and team leaders. Ancient Inspirations is not the typical step-by-step, “follow this, and you’ll succeed” kind of book, There’s plenty of those around. What this book does is delve deep into the mind-set of the average person who is embarking on a purpose-filled mission, someone who is about to do something great but lacks the self-confidence or direction. It follows his mind-set journey from a sense of failure, fear, and frustration to one of greatness and success.

About the Author

Virginia Cheong was a single mother for many years before she decided to complete her tertiary quali-fications. She has since worked in the corporate sector in the field of business development, business consultancy while Lecturing at Sydney University. Over the past 7 years, Virginia has been pursuing her interest in the area of entrepreneurship and people development.