The author of the #1 business book of all time, Michael Gerber, discusses the E-Myth with us.
This week, I’d like to introduce you to Michael Gerber. Michael Gerber’s book, “The E-Myth” was by far the most referenced book in response to my “name an inspirational book” question on my Lawpreneur Radio podcast. I was thrilled to have an opportunity to interview him in person.
The E-Myth really is a game changer. Written over 25 years ago, the award winning E-Myth is timeless. In 2011, the Wall Street Journal named the E-Myth book to be the #1 business book of all time. The E-Myth Revisited is one of the five top-selling business books of all time, has been translated into 27 languages and is required reading in countless MBA programs.
Michael (@michaelegerber) identifies himself as a true legend of entrepreneurship. Inc. Magazine calls him “the World’s #1 Small Business Guru.”
This week we have a special opportunity for one lucky person: an autographed copy of your choice of either the E-Myth Revisited or The E-Myth Attorney. To win comment on this post (leave your email address) at the bottom of the page. We’ll select one winner on September 30, 2016. Once we’ve chosen a winner we’ll email you to get your mailing address.
What you’ll learn in Episode 010:
- What is the “e-myth?”
- What is an “entrepreneurial seizure?”
- Why are most people frustrated in business?
- What Michael means by “work on your business – not in your business.”
- Why Michael thinks all business is broken
- Why mindset is the most important thing
- What is one’s personal economy
What you’ll learn in Episode 011:
- What are the five essential skills of an independent mind
- What is the “Dreaming Room?”
- How enlightenment is extreme expansion and death is extreme contraction
- How we are here to create…we are imagineers
What you’ll learn in Episode 012:
- More about the “Dreaming Room”
- Why we need systems in our business
- What are the four component parts of an entrepreneur?
- How do we fool ourselves…until that sudden shock where we say, “What am I doing?”
Michael Gerber’s Books