How many times in your life have you been dissuaded from following your entrepreneurial dreams due to either fear of failure (be that fear from yourself or others) or doubt due to the unknown?
Startup business infrastructure specialist Tim Carthon’s new book, SCREW YOU! Startup Business Tips to Destroy Doubt, Especially Inside You (Tips 1-20); the first in his new 5-part business tips book series, gives you streamlined, powerful tips for pivotal decision points that can make all the difference in your business and its startup outcomes.
SCREW YOU! is the quintessential ‘Break glass in case of a fear and doubt emergency’ business tips book for aspiring entrepreneurs; bringing energy to your warrior and light to the unknown so that you can tell fear and doubt “SCREW YOU!” and never let either of them rule your lives again.
Buy the book: ScrewYouBook.com
Known as ‘The Fiery Truth-Teller,’ Tim Carthon is a long time at-risk youth advocate, keynote teacher, author, and educator, and a proud father of his namesake TJ. Mixed with his passion for telling the “fiery truth” and helping people, he is using his extensive knowledge of and perspective on business infrastructure to ‘uniquely’ assist individuals in inner cities to remove fear and doubt and follow their business ownership dreams. Tim accomplishes this through his exclusive E2 Seminar™ (Economic Enlightenment Seminar) and SBI Workshop™ (Startup Business Infrastructure Workshop™). His saying and life’s motto: “Your life was not given to you for you. It was given to you for you to be a blessing to someone else.”
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“Survivors -vs.- Thrivers. Which One Are You?”
An excerpt from Tim Carthon’s new #ScrewYouBook (Copyright © 2016)
“There was a social media post that showed an NBA® Player with several hundred Students, and the caption said, in essence, that they were sending 1,100 Students to college.
Now, on the surface that looks fantastic; them spending $41M to help provide higher education to all of those Students who finish the ‘I Promise Program’ (yes, $41M out of their pocket) and I truly applaud the amazing gesture. However, I felt a different way a little after I read the article attached to the post.
I was instantly reminded that the issue in communities around the country isn’t having or not having a college degree as much as it is having an education and actual jobs available. What happens if you go to school for four years and come out during a statistically-low job placement period for college graduates?
Don’t get me wrong. I love that they are giving back, but isn’t the point of giving back to try and not just make a difference, but to make the biggest difference?
Who knows, the route this generous athlete took could turn out to be the biggest difference, not to mention that they can definitely do whatever they please with their money. However…
…since small businesses are said to create the most jobs (due almost solely to an increase in their customer base’s spending), wouldn’t investing half of that money in individuals starting small businesses, with a guarantee of 550 Students being sent to college being employed by those same small businesses when they get out of school, be a better plan?...”