Starting, owning, or running a successful company can bring personal and financial freedom as well as a profound sense of accomplishment, especially in times of turmoil. In this powerful guide to achieving independence, entrepreneur and inspirational speaker Keith Cameron Smith shares ten crucial principles to help you make the leap from ordinary follower to extraordinary leader, including
• Entrepreneurs have an empowering perspective of failure. Employees see failure as bad. Learn to see setbacks not as a form of rejection, but as feedback to help you learn and grow.
• Entrepreneurs are solution finders. Employees are problem solvers. Instead of quick fixes, seek out permanent solutions that save time and money.
• Entrepreneurs look into the future. Employees look into the past. Choose where you want to go, take consistent steps in that direction, and work toward it relentlessly.
Begin building a better future today. Even if you can’t start your own business, you can make positive changes right now, in your cubicle or your corner office, by adopting an entrepreneurial spirit. By following Keith Cameron Smith’s expert advice, you too can take control of your career and your life, once and for all!
Foreword by Sharon Lechter
Praise for Keith Cameron Smith’s The Top 10 Distinctions between Millionaires and the Middle Class
“Everyone can be a millionaire. You just need to know the 10 Distinctions. Learn, use, and study these great distinctions and become a millionaire.”—Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of The One Minute Millionaire and Chicken Soup for the Soul
“Filled with wisdom and knowledge that leads to freedom and abundance.”—Nido R. Qubein, author of Stairway to Success
About the Author
Keith Cameron Smith is an entrepreneur and inspirational speaker who teaches his financial success principles to individuals and companies around the country. Smith’s books, including The Spiritual Millionaire and The Top 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class, have inspired leaders and their teams in such corporations as AT&T, Home Depot, and American Express, as well as many small companies around the country. Smith lives in Ormond Beach, Florida, with his wife and four children.