New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Business Week best-selling authors Bryan Eisenberg and Jeffrey Eisenberg have just released their latest book, The Rice and Beans Millionaire: The Tale of an Improbable Entrepreneur.
This follow-up to their Axiom award-winning business fable Be Like Amazon, The Rice and Beans Millionaire is based on real characters and true stories, A book for aspiring entrepreneurs who may well believe that entrepreneurship is too complex or difficult to start for “everyday people.” Whether just beginning, in the middle of, or well down the path of their journey, this is a must-read to ensure that entrepreneurs are getting the most from their business journey.
Whether the reader is a successful business owner, a curious kid, or an employee looking for more, this quick read will illuminate new ways to think about entrepreneurship. Through the trials and tribulations of this unlikely hero, the Eisenbergs share valuable lessons on entrepreneurship, perseverance, and the power of believing in oneself.
Maheesh Jain, founder of CafePress claims “The Rice and Beans Millionaire is exactly the book I wish somebody had given me in high school or college when I was trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. It does a great job of demystifying entrepreneurship and provides the push that folks with great ideas need to just go for it.”
The Rice and Beans Millionaire has already received rave reviews and has been selected as a BookBub Featured New Release on December 27th, 2022. According to book marketing professionals only approximately 15% of books submitted to BookBob ever get featured. Don’t miss out on this must-read for any business professional or aspiring entrepreneur. Get your copy today and start your journey to financial freedom and success.
Michael Drew, Publicist
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