Entrepreneurial Insanity in the Tire IndustryWhen Doing the Same Things Do Not Produce Different Results...
Roger McManus, a battle-scarred, veteran entrepreneur, collaborates with some of the tire industry’s brightest stars to develop an entirely different perspective on the subject of tire shop ownership.
“Entrepreneurial Insanity in the Tire Industry hits home for those who ‘walk the walk’”, comments author Roger McManus.
The book challenges the owners of tire dealerships to look at whether they are limiting their scope to that of a “small business” or they have expanded their view to be that of an entrepreneur. It defines the question and describes how a tire dealer can tell the difference between small business ownership and entrepreneurism. And, surprisingly, the analysis is less about money than it is about attitude.
McManus explains that this is all about operating systems that allow a business to run. If the systems are in place, the owner is almost irrelevant. “When the right systems are in place, “the owner”, McManus quips, “can essentially manage the business from an iPhone.”
The book challenges the owners of tire dealership to keep their personal involvement in perspective, and to get real about the business of selling tires and service! The ideas in this book will forever change how the motivated tire dealer will view his or her profession – and life.
The concept behind the Entrepreneurial Insanity series rests on that premise; love what you do, but work toward having a life and a business that are separate entities. Chances are very good that someday these two entities will want (or need) to take divergent paths.
This book lays out the case for, and the strategy by which, professional tire dealers can grow their business and regain their freedom.
This book is the product of “entrepreneurial insanity”. Growth is the only cure.
- Publication Date: May 12, 2011
- ISBN/EAN13: 0974945226 / 9780974945224
- Page Count: 204
- Binding Type: US Trade Paper
- Trim Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″
- Language: English
- Color: Black and White
- Related Categories: Business & Economics / Marketing / General