Dream First, Details Later: How to Quit Overthinking & Make It Happen!
While working in a restaurant in Los Angeles, Ellen Bennett saw an opportunity to make aprons for her boss and colleagues. When she announced she could do a better job than the current supplier, she actually had no idea how to sew or make an apron. As a born go-getter, Ellen wasn’t one to let the details of the job slow her down. She moved forward and ultimately created a company known as Hedley & Bennett that focused on quality aprons for chefs. Throughout this book, she describes her journey as she struggled to get her company going, giving the reader tips and suggestions about how and why they should pursue an entrepreneurial dream or project, even if they don’t know exactly how to implement it.
The critical takeaway from Dream First, Details Later is that anyone dreaming of doing something should start where they are and with what they have. Always more forward, no matter what, and don’t sweat the details. You will likely find a way to make things work, even if you don’t think so at the time. Not only is this book wonderfully presented, you will no doubt feel like you have a personal cheerleader in Ellen after reading it.
|Page Count||240 pages|
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