Don’t Step in the Entre-Manure!: Tiptoe Your Way to Entrepreneurial Succes By Bill Matthews – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake, richard330@yahoo.com

Content, Context, Adaptability, Practical, and Proven Concepts

“Don’t Step in the Entre-Manure” quickly defines the primary focus and the objective of the book. Matthews begins with 32 questions in four crucial areas for attaining entrepreneurial success.

·       Leadership

·       Finance, Administration, Planning, and Control

·       Marketing and Sales

·       Productively and Accountability of Employees

Each focuses on a specific theme with practical observations and instruction, a case study example relating to the chapter emphasis, and “tongue in cheek” challenge to

“Check your shoes “for any evidence of Entre-Mature that needs attention.

Chapter titles clearly define the subject matter of the chapter – a tremendous help when locating specific areas you may want to review, develop and improve in your business operation.

Bill Matthews is knowns for a successful career working with business leaders in business management, strategic planning, and education and advisory services.

“Don’t Step in the Entre-Manure!: Tiptoe Your Way to Entrepreneurial Success” is a crucial resource you will want to keep handy for easy reference, review, and application;  this is a book you will want to provide for your leadership staff, department heads, and their workers.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.
Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310 Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-1640950504, 2018,  $15.99. 148 Pages

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