Mark Nelsen: The Spirit of American Entrepreneurship

An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it.

It has been said that Mark Nelsen, President and founder of Maximum Promotions, is the definition of an entrepreneur.  Mark has lived the life and learned the lessons that anyone wanting to go into business need to know.

FamilyBusinessBook_250The principles and practices he has learned he shares with others to help them become successful in whatever endeavors they pursue.

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The Spirit of an American Entrepreneur - Mark Nelsen

Family businesses comprise 80 to 90 percent of all business enterprises in North America according to Family Business Review. That's a HUGE number and it shows why this book is so important. If you work in a family owned business like many do (family owned businesses account for 60% of total U.S. employment, 78% of all new jobs, and 65% of wages paid according to Financial Planning.) Mark's book, Family Business:  The Spirit of an American Entrepreneur,  will help you to understand the dynamics and may even help you steer clear of some of the problems that may arise at your job and in your family.

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