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Anthony C. Taylor

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The entrepreneur and consultant Anthony C. Taylor discusses his new book, I Wish I Knew: Entrepreneurship Lessons I Learned The Hard Way So You Don’t Have To (2016), with Joseph Planta.


I Wish I Knew: Entrepreneurship Lessons I Learned The Hard Way So You Don’t Have To by Anthony C. Taylor (2016).

Click to buy this book from Amazon.ca: I Wish I Knew


Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver, at TheCommentary.ca.

Anthony C. Taylor is a management consultant, principal of the firm SME Strategy Consulting. He helps small and medium sized businesses, as well as non-profits with strategic planning. He’s also a public speaker and educator on business and marketing. He’s taking a lot of the lessons he’s learned firsthand from his years of experience running businesses of his own as well as advising others and written a book: I Wish I Knew: Entrepreneurship Lessons I Learned The Hard Way So You Don’t Have To. In the book he offers advice as to how to manage finances and financing; how to connect with people whether as customers or when one seeks mentors; as well as whether to incorporate, seek a lawyer or use an accountant. There’s useful stuff in this book, and I’ll get Mr. Taylor to tell us more, as he joins me this morning. You can get the book from www.elevatedbusinesslife.com, and the website for more is www.smestrategy.net. Please welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, Anthony Taylor; Mr. Taylor, good morning.

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