Thursday, January 7, 2016

Entrepreneurs Can Use Faith to Help Them

Small Business Big Pressure:
Faith-based Business Book
Darryl
Book Description:
Small Business is what makes our country great. However, the challenges facing the entrepreneur are overwhelming. Business schools don’t prepare an owner for the real world. Every single entrepreneur will experience an extreme amount of worry, pressure, and confusion. It is a matter of time before the entrepreneur suffers a breakdown. It doesn’t have to be this way. Small Business Big Pressure is a collision of wisdom and knowledge designed for the 20 year veteran or the soon-to-be entrepreneur. When the business owner aligns all facets of his company with God, something special happens. In the context of aligning with God’s will, with Small Business Big Pressure you will be able:
  • How to build a mission and vision statement
  • How to accomplish personal and professional goals
  • Understand how to read and use financial statements
  • Understand how to properly hire, train, and fire employees
  • How to build a company identity and inspire the team
Not only will this book give you solid principles, it teaches you from a real tested-in-the trenches entrepreneur how to put these principles in practice today! You will be compelled to keep the book close by through your entire career as a unique reference source and a source of inspiration!

Notes: 
“Darryl Lyons is a rock star in the financial world, and he’s built an incredible team and business that’s helping a lot of people. This book is the playbook for how he did it–and how you can do it, too.” – Dave Ramsey, New York Times best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio show host “Darryl Lyons is a rock-star business leader that successfully blends the values of his faith with the pressures of running a business.” – Roger P. Whitney, The Retirement Answer Man

Review: A powerful, practical and profound book, Darryl Lyons' Small Business Big Pressure: A Faith-Based Approach to Guide the Ambitious Entrepreneur, is a must have.  Small business owners often become overwhelmed and confused as they try to balance building their company, managing their employees, loving their family and embracing their spirituality.  Though many business speakers, coaches and books remove or leave out the spiritual perspectives in work and business Lyons has done the complete opposite.  Interwoven throughout the four main parts to Small Business Big Pressure, prayer and God's support will be discovered by readers in their destination, their dollars, their dialogue and their overall personal and business identity.   
 
Darryl Lyons' faith in his religion and Christian beliefs is brilliantly evident in his book.  At the end of each section, Lyons shares an action item that correlates to the practical and enlightening business advice explained in that segment.  Included as a part of the action item, readers will find a prayer to help them successfully take said action.  Small Business Big Pressure lays out Earthly and practical components to build and captain a fantastic entrepreneurial ship while fully embracing the reader's faith and dependence on God.  Yet, Lyons expresses that the prayers are not meant to be "God, Help me!" prayers, but instead are "designed for the entrepreneur to be completely dependent on the almighty Creator as the Source."  Small Business Big Pressure will undoubtedly help you reveal your destination, embrace the spiritual aspects of money, develop beautiful and powerful communication throughout your company, and craft an identity that you, your employees and your clients will deeply love. 

*Originally reviewed by Janelle Alex, Ph.D. for AuthorsTalkAboutIt.com

Darryl Lyons

Author of Small Business Big Pressure.  Endorsed by 2 NY Times bestselling authors (Dave Ramsey & Dan Miller), an NBA Hall of Famer, and 16 successful business owners.  His business is considered one of the best places to work in San Antonio and one of the fastest growing companies in the city (SA Business Journal). Top 100 John Maxwell Leadership Award Winner. He has been a contributor for the Good Men Project and the San Antonio Express News.  Darryl was recognized as one of the top 40 business people under 40 and the mayor of San Antonio named a park, the Darryl W Lyons Park, after his work helping to redevelop part of the city. Learn more at www.SmallBusinessBigPressure.com



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