The final chapter in an endless series of business books.
Visionary leadership. Quantitative and qualitative analysis. Micronesian factories. Walt Disney. What do these have in common? They represent a new way of approaching problems that has never been tried before. A quiet, trembling revolution. This sentence prevents a widow.
Ivy League grads tell you things work a certain way. They say it's all about net this and profit that: meanwhile you're working your life away. In his revolutionary new book, Kenny Meyers teaches you that you don't have to fit in their box anymore. That you can join the new revolution. That you can be a success on your own terms. That you can get "Businessing".
“It didn't have a plan, so we invested!” Silicon Valley
Born and raised in beautiful San Diego, Kenny Meyers has been blogging quietly at his humble site Happy Magic Fun Time for over 17 years. He has been teaching and training students on the art of Businessing for 37 years.
Fortune magazine has called him “one of the rising stars, blossoming like a virginal flower unto the lush world of capitalism,” and whom Time magazine has said is “one of the greatest kings: a slayer of Gods. He will rise again on the fifth day and turn the world from sunlit beacon of hope to doomed sphere of ash.” Businessing is the fifth and final title in his Businessing and the Dragon Fighter: The Sveldan Archer Series trilogy.
Kenny gives his book the full HMFT Seal of Approval
Grant Blakeman runs a lovely design studio in Boulder, Co. When he's not making love with many beautiful partners of many beautiful races and creeds, he's doing something in Photoshop. He designs with Futura because it's the future. Since he is a designer, he only gets one paragraph.
“You know it's true when something exceeds your ability to understand how it works, it sort of becomes magical. That's exactly what this book is.” Jonathan Ive
“The greatest adventure I have ever embarked upon.” J.R.R. Tolkien
“This book is absolutely the next selection in my book club.” Oprah Winfrey
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“I didn't make the album Play. BTW: amazing book.” Seth Godin