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“Entrepreneurial Essential...”

Vaynerchuk’s energy for entrepreneurialism translates to inspiration & motivation, serving all those who dream of taking a hobby & making a living off it in this ultimate success manual.
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In Crush It!, online marketing trailblazer Gary Vaynerchuk tells business owners what they need to do to boost their sales using the internet—just as he has done to build his family’s wine store from a $4 million business to a $60 million one. Crush It! will show readers how to find their passion, then step by step how to turn it into a flourishing, monetized business.

Topics: Wealth, Guides, Inspirational, Social Media, The Internet, Career, Entrepreneurship, Success, and Innovation

Published: HarperCollins on
ISBN: 9780061959332
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