Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur’s Soul

By Jack Canfield

This book is as it claims to be, “goodness for the soul.” It somehow accomplished multiple things all at the same time. It inspired, it taught, it encouraged, it enlightened and calmed me. For a person who plans to start and grow a business or is just going through a tough time in their business, this book is a must read. It gives stories of other people’s tough times and how they came through on the other side. This book taught me two important lessons: (1) how to avoid some things; (2) how to deal with the things I can’t avoid.

Reviewed by Michael
Located in Glenville, WV
Chicken Soup for the Entrepreneur’s Soul

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