Everyone wants to be an entrepreneur: they’re the rock stars of the business world.
With 100,000 how-to books, dozens of entrepreneurship programs in every city, and an expert on every website – it should be pretty easy to become a successful entrepreneur. But something’s wrong.
Subtly, the world changed. Technology advanced and people changed. And yet, the field of entrepreneurship – particularly it’s teachings and techniques – hasn’t changed. The old rules and the old mindsets are holding you back. In fact, the more experienced you are, the worse it can get.
The Age of Metapreneurship is about the future of entrepreneurship – a future that is just emerging now.
The Age of Metapreneurship takes a step back – providing a 10,000-foot view so you can see patterns, avoid minefields, and understand the new terrain. Inside we’ll explore:
All of these trends converge and change us – from customers, employees to vendors and companies – and this leads to a new kind of leadership, and a new style of entrepreneurship Metapreneurship.
This book is a not checklist on ‘how to become an entrepreneur,” nor is it a manual on ‘how to launch a company.’ The Age of Metapreneurship contains raw materials, ideas, paradigms, and ammunition so that savvy entrepreneurs and advisors can create unique strategies, and avoid using old ones.
The Age of Metapreneurship is like a collection of pieces to an unusual puzzle: Every time you put the pieces together, they form a different picture that is only for you.
Reading this book should give you some new ideas, new strategies for being successful, and help remove some of the frustrations that come from using knowledge and techniques from the past. It will help you reinvent yourself in the form of a modern entrepreneur: A Metapreneur.
Success is no longer about being a rock star; it’s about playing jazz in an ensemble. Entrepreneurship has changed. You are no longer an entrepreneur; you’re a Metapreneur – playing in The Age of Metapreneurship.
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