You were born to be an entrepreneur. You were taught to be an employee.
Aspiring entrepreneurs are instinctively driven to be the master of their own fate and to explore the limits of their potential. But most hear two conflicting voices in their heads: an optimistic voice telling them all the reasons they should start a business, and a second voice—one that fears uncertainty—telling them all the reasons they should remain someone else’s employee.
Millions of future business owners feel trapped by those voices—like they are meant for something more but are stuck where they are.
By blending history with psychology, Boss Brain offers a timely yet timeless system that:
- Explains the hardwired psychology behind why most people feel they were meant to be entrepreneurs.
- Exposes the self-deceptions and psychological pitfalls that trap aspiring entrepreneurs in traditional employment.
- Empowers readers with the skills to tap into their innate entrepreneurial instincts.
- Enables future entrepreneurs of every age to overcome the physical and mental barriers that stand between them and self-employment.
Based on proven scientific research, Boss Brain masterfully traces the spirit and psychology of entrepreneurship through a sweeping arc of history. Using stories that skip across time—from the height of the Roman Empire to the moon landing— it empowers aspiring entrepreneurs with a detailed system to overcome the fear of uncertainty, escape the cage of mediocrity, and never be an employee again… that’s the real American Dream.
by Tra Williams
Page Count: 202
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Publish Date: October 5, 2021
Imprint: Sunbury Press
Genre: Business & Economics
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Entrepreneurship
SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Success
SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Happiness