How to Survive Your First Ten Years In Business
Are you thinking about setting up your own coaching or consulting business and wondering if you’ve got the motivation you need to do it? Have you been running your service business for a while and started wondering where to find the inspiration you need to keep going?
I am giving away 100 copies of this book!
If you live in the UK, all you need to do is pay £2.50 for the postage and I will send you a copy.
Chantal Cornelius from Appletree shares experiences from the first 10 years of running her own business ? including the highs, the lows and the lessons learnt – her new book.
Some people think that running their own business is just a dream, or that it’s just for celebrities. Since you’re here, you obviously don’t believe that and neither do I. When you have a dream of running your own business, anything is possible.
I set up my business, Appletree, in 2000. Since then I’ve learnt a great deal about how to run and grow a business that can last at least 10 years. I’ve made mistakes and have learnt from them; I’ve had a lot of fun along the way and we celebrated Appletree’s 18th Birthday in 2018.
So what’s the key to surviving at least 10 years in business? You need a lot of motivation and a lot of inspiration.
Every week I’m asked by people what I’ve learnt about growing my business and how I help other people to build successful businesses. That’s why I’m writing this book. The key to survival is finding the right sources of motivation and inspiration – people, places, processes and passion that can help you along the way. This book contains stories from my first 10 years in business to show you how to find the motivation and inspiration that you need.
I’ve packed details of everything I know about running a business into this book. Whether you run your own small business or you’re thinking of setting one up, this book will show you some of the best tools you need to do it, to help you survive and celebrate your 10th Birthday and many more.
One in Ten – order your FREE copy now and just pay £2.50 for the postage (UK only please.)