David N. Feldman is an accomplished lawyer and currently a Senior Partner of Richardson&Patel LLP in New York. He is a frequent public speaker, seminar leader, and counsel on issues unique to small and microcap companies and is an active advocate with regulators on small business issues. His clients include public and private companies, investment banks, venture capital firms, and high-net-worth individuals. Feldman has appeared on Bloomberg TV and National Public Radio and been quoted in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, the New York Law Journal, the Deal, Forbes, Entrepreneur, CFO, and other publications. Feldman is the author of the first two editions of Reverse Mergers and a contributor to The Issuer's Guide to PIPEs and PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity, Revised and Updated Edition. He received a bachelor of science in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and his juris doctor from the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
The Entrepreneur's Growth Startup Handbook: 7 Secrets to Venture Funding and Successful Growthby David N. Feldman
The spirit of an entrepreneur is often characterized as one of unbridled passion and a sense of fearlessness. But what about the consequences of choosing to become an entrepreneur? The occupational hazards associated with this endeavor/b>
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An accessible guide to handling the unforeseeable consequences of becoming an entrepreneur in today and tomorrow's economy
The spirit of an entrepreneur is often characterized as one of unbridled passion and a sense of fearlessness. But what about the consequences of choosing to become an entrepreneur? The occupational hazards associated with this endeavor range from maintaining focus, balancing work with your personal life, and finding good partners to burnout and boredom. Despite the abundance of entrepreneurial guides written, few focus on the essential aspect of dealing with the unexpected personal and professional costs of starting and financing a business. This new book will help you answer these tough questions.
Engaging and informative, this book skillfully examines what usually goes wrong on the road to entrepreneurship, revealing what business owners regret and what you can do to address these issues. Along the way, it provides an overview of the personality traits and qualities that make success in entrepreneurship more likely, and also explores how the weight of wearing the entrepreneurial hat can affect you.
- Covers the seven principal obstacles that can arise at any level in the entrepreneurial game
- Filled with the valuable insights of an author who has experience as an entrepreneur and as a corporate attorney representing hundreds of entrepreneurs over his twenty-six year legal career
- Touches on issues associated with everything from the nerve-wrecking start-up phase to the disenchanted later stages when success does not necessarily guarantee personal or professional contentment
If you're looking for a better way to manage and minimize some of the most prominent problems you'll face as an entrepreneur, look no further than this book.
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