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Praise for Everything I Kw About Business I Learned from My Mama Not your typical success book by any means. Ita s laugh--out--loud funny, full of great stories and outstanding business ideas, and has real heart. This is one I would spend my money on! ----Larry Winget, New York Times bestselling author of Ita s Called Work for a Reason! and star of the A&E hit reality series Big Spender Every w and then I find a book that is so inspiring I immediately start making a list of all the people I kw who must have a copy. Everything I Kw About Business I Learned from My Mama is one of those books. ----Dan Miller, author of 48 Days to the Work You Love This book is a great combination: both entertaining and educational. Youa ll get some terrific ideas and insights and have so much fun in the process, you might t even realize youa re learning. I recommend it. ----Mark Sanborn, author of The Fred Factor This is one of those rare books that works on every level. Kx is an absolute pleasure to read, his stories are joyfully engaging, and therea s a business lesson on every page. I enthusiastically recommend that you get this book immediately. Like me, you wona t put it down until youa ve reached the last page. Hey, Tim, write ather one soon! ----Joe Calloway, author of Work Like Youa re Showing Off! Think of this book as Jeff Foxworthy meets Donald Trump. You get all of The Donalda s wisdom dished up in some of the most hilarious business adventures ever described. Only Tim would learn a major business lesson from having his daddy try to electrocute him. If it aina t fun, dona t do it. By that advice, you should read this book. Ita s an entrepreneura s gold mine nestled in a silly foam container. ----Jerry Newman, author of My Secret Life on the McJob
Tim Knox is a former technology executive who left the corporate world to build a business empire that includes two technology companies, an entrepreneurial training firm, and a highly successful Internet marketing business. His syndicated newspaper and Web column, Small Business Q&A with Tim Knox, appears on thousands of Web sites and his small business newsletter, The Tim Knox Report, is delivered to more than 65,000 subscribers each week. His weekly radio show, aptly called The Tim Knox Show, is a refreshing mixture of humor and commonsense business advice. For more information, visit www.TimKnox.com.