How to Think (and Act) Like an Entrepreneur

Jon Nastor

Customers and marketplaces are moving at the speed of the internet. To stay ahead of the pack, your company needs to be nimble and quick. When your employees are enabled to think and act like entrepreneurs, your competition doesn't stand a chance.

In this new world, every business must become a team of entrepreneurs thinking and acting like founders. This is an actionable dive into strategies that will enable your growth and long term success.

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Jon Nastor has been starting and running businesses for the past 13 years. For the past six years he has been entirely a digital entrepreneur -- creating, marketing, and selling digital products.

He runs a successful software company from his laptop, while travelling the world with his wife and daughter, and playing drums in a punk rock band.

In September 2014, Jon started Hack the Entrepreneur. Now 200+ interviews and over 1.6 million downloads later and he wants to give you the best hacks. In March of 2015, Hack the Entrepreneur was picked up by Copyblogger Media's, Rainmaker.FM podcast network.

Jon recently published Hack the Entrepreneur: How to Stop Procrastinating, Build a Business, and Do Work That Matters, and in less than 24 hours, it sky rocketed to #1 on Amazon.

Jon is also a regular contributor to sites Entrepreneur, Copyblogger, and FoundrMag.

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