Take your MBA a step further with this training course

101 Crucial Lessons They Don’t Teach You In Business School is a collection of essential, practical teachings from award-winning professor and entrepreneur Chris Haroun.
101 Crucial Lessons They Don’t Teach You In Business School is a collection of essential, practical teachings from award-winning professor and entrepreneur Chris Haroun.
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September 2, 2018 4:24 pm
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Getting accepted into an MBA program is the highlight of many an entrepreneur’s life. Diving into the theory behind why some businesses succeed and others fail, connecting with other students who share the same passions, and gaining access to professors whose knowledge can change your career are some of the best reasons to attend. However, many MBA programs lean heavily on the theoretical end of how businesses function and grow, so you won’t spend much of your lecture time learning about day-to-day tips that could make your journey to achievement smoother. 101 Crucial Lessons They Don’t Teach You In Business School will show you the daily ins and outs of success in just two hours.

Chris Haroun, an award-winning professor, entrepreneur and venture capitalist, guides you through 19 lectures of practical know-how with this set of classes. You’ll learn sales best practices, find out how to get a meeting with anyone, and discover how to reinvent yourself to climb the career ladder. The lectures also cover essential tips about working successfully with other entrepreneurs, like how to lead with confidence and tricks to navigating corporate politics. Once you absorb Haroun’s first-person knowledge, you’ll have a more rounded education than what you’d get with an MBA alone.

It usually costs $49.99 to learn 101 Crucial Lessons They Don’t Teach You In Business School, but right now it’s on sale for only $9.99 (a solid business investment at 80% off).

 

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