500 Business Owners Have Spoken. They Told What They Did to Be Successful!

500 Business Owners Have Spoken. They Told What They Did to Be Successful! January 1, 2009 – Ron Finklestein, President of AKRIS INC, a Business Coaching and Consulting firm, and Robert Schepens, President of Champion Staffing, A Job Near Home.com and Drug Free Solutions NEO, have published a breakthrough book called

Nine Principles For Inspired Action: A New & Targeted Perspective.
This is great news for new, home based business owners and small business owners who are struggling to grow prosper and get result.  Ron Finklestein and Robert Schepens conducted research on nearly 500 successful business owners and discovered the Nine Principles that are being effectively implemented by those owners on a daily basis. They also discovered that many do not know they are doing it! They are only aware that they are getting the results they want.

“It is amazing how each individual really focused on their intelligent self-interest and how that intelligent self-interest drives not only their behavior but also the behaviors of their employees, customers and business associates.” said Finklestein. Available wherever readers buy books and online at http://www.amazon.com for a cost of $14.95. ISBN 978-0-9760297-0-0 

Ron Finklestein is a small business success expert and has been doing business and technology coaching and consulting his entire career. In 2001, he devoted his full time efforts to AKRIS INC, a business and technology coaching and consulting firm. Since that time he has been involved with hundreds of small companies and helped them achieve success by teaching them the same principles documented in this book.
Robert Schepens is the owner of Champion Staffing, A Job Near Home.com and several other businesses. According to Robert: “We have discovered that owners of start-ups, established businesses and re-established businesses who achieve success have done so due to a clarity of focus in their visions. We believe we have found the fundamental principles that lead to increasing the odds of being successful, not just as a business owner, but as managers and people.”  Finklestein continues, “These principles are so powerful, we have created several products to drive these behaviors in our clients and we have been so successful in helping them achieve results that we now offer a 100% money back guarantee on our popular Business Mastery Advisory Board.” As a small business success expert, business and technology consultant, coach, speaker, and international author, Finklestein has written or coauthored three other books: The Platinum Rule for Small Business Mastery, 49 Marketing Secrets (THAT WORK) to Grow Sales and Celebrating Success! Fourteen Ways to Create a Successful Company.

Finklestein is available as a trainer, coach and consultant for your business needs. He can be reached at 330-990-0788 or ron@akris.net.  Finklestein is a lifelong resident of Akron, Ohio. Finklestein attended the University of Akron and Malone College. Robert Schepens is an entrepreneur, and former president of several business trade associations. His companies have achieved: ISO 9001:2000 Certification, multiple Weatherhead 100 Awards for Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in Northeast Ohio, The First Staffing Service in Ohio to Achieve Level II Drug Free Workplace Certification by the Ohio BWC, multiple NorthCoast 99 “Best Companies to Work for in Northeast Ohio” Awards, Northeast Ohio Business Success Award and “Top 10 Most Dependable Staffing Firms in the Central USA” Award (Fortune Magazine 2008). He is the Host of “Entrepreneur to entrepreneur”, “Innovation Northeast Ohio” and “People Making A Difference in Northeast Ohio”, video channels on A Job Near Home.com which can also be found on You Tube and iTunes. Robert is a graduate of Valparaiso University, Christ College, and attended Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University. For quantity purchases or how to implement these principles in your business please contact Ron Finklestein with any questions. Contact:
Ron Finklestein

Robert Schepens