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At twenty-three, Nolan Garrett founded a thriving company and began living the life he always dreamed of. After several years, it seemed he'd reached "success," arriving astoundingly quicker than most entrepreneurs. But something wasn't right—and he wasn't the only one who knew it. Vision. Culture. Accountability. These three elements are the intangible requirements for an At twenty-three, Nolan Garrett founded a thriving company and began living the life he always dreamed of. After several years, it seemed he'd reached "success," arriving astoundingly quicker than most entrepreneurs. But something wasn't right—and he wasn't the only one who knew it. Vision. Culture. Accountability. These three elements are the intangible requirements for an enduring business. But if you're a young entrepreneur or executive—like Nolan was—who has the ideas but lacks experience, ensuring your company's success and your own means acquiring leadership strategies you've never learned before. In F*ck Me Running (a Business)!, Nolan teaches you the lessons you need to build an unshakable business. He knows the mistakes you'll make because he's made them all himself. Now, after more than a decade, Nolan leads a multimillion-dollar business with fifty team members committed to common goals. Nolan will show you how to communicate your company's underlying values, cultivate a culture with strong partnerships, and rely less on technical prowess and more on the leader within. Shorten the gap between day one and perpetual prosperity with this guidebook to entrepreneurship, health, and long-term happiness.


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At twenty-three, Nolan Garrett founded a thriving company and began living the life he always dreamed of. After several years, it seemed he'd reached "success," arriving astoundingly quicker than most entrepreneurs. But something wasn't right—and he wasn't the only one who knew it. Vision. Culture. Accountability. These three elements are the intangible requirements for an At twenty-three, Nolan Garrett founded a thriving company and began living the life he always dreamed of. After several years, it seemed he'd reached "success," arriving astoundingly quicker than most entrepreneurs. But something wasn't right—and he wasn't the only one who knew it. Vision. Culture. Accountability. These three elements are the intangible requirements for an enduring business. But if you're a young entrepreneur or executive—like Nolan was—who has the ideas but lacks experience, ensuring your company's success and your own means acquiring leadership strategies you've never learned before. In F*ck Me Running (a Business)!, Nolan teaches you the lessons you need to build an unshakable business. He knows the mistakes you'll make because he's made them all himself. Now, after more than a decade, Nolan leads a multimillion-dollar business with fifty team members committed to common goals. Nolan will show you how to communicate your company's underlying values, cultivate a culture with strong partnerships, and rely less on technical prowess and more on the leader within. Shorten the gap between day one and perpetual prosperity with this guidebook to entrepreneurship, health, and long-term happiness.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Lee Constantine

    Open and detailed account of his mistakes and decisions running a business with 50+ employees, almost failing and eventually becoming an Inc. 5000. He's looking back at his journey and sharing what he did wrong, and it resonates, I imagine, with a lot of founders, CEOs, business owners, and executives or employees dealing with them. He talks through his decisions about taking on and buying out partners, reducing prices and what that did to the business, delegating tasks to let go of his "I need Open and detailed account of his mistakes and decisions running a business with 50+ employees, almost failing and eventually becoming an Inc. 5000. He's looking back at his journey and sharing what he did wrong, and it resonates, I imagine, with a lot of founders, CEOs, business owners, and executives or employees dealing with them. He talks through his decisions about taking on and buying out partners, reducing prices and what that did to the business, delegating tasks to let go of his "I need to wear every hat as the founder" mentality, stress and burnout and what he did with his routine to change it, the pressures of working with multi-million dollar clients, and how relationships with people in the company create the culture--and how you should do this on day 1 with every new hire. I heard that. Another thing he touches on is failure, and being stuck at "we’ve proven that we can’t grow beyond this point, so let’s just stay where we are and call it good enough." I think everyone goes through these mistakes and keeps going because they want success, and he also talks about that in the last chapter.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kim Martonik

    This is a wonderful resource for all entrepreneurs and business owners. Nolan shares his experience of creating and managing a business through stories and personal examples. Not only does he share the challenges he has faced but also very practical questions you should be asking and resources to tap into in order to navigate those challenges yourself. His engaging narrative brings this book to life, highly recommended!

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