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Community, Workflow and Mindset: Scott Fritz’s Resources for Entrepreneurs

In his interview on yesterday’s episode of Smashing the Plateau, author, entrepreneur and investor Scott Fritz spoke about how entrepreneurs can set up their businesses for long-term success and stability, as well as how they can transition out of everyday operations. Here, he provides a series of other resources that entrepreneurs can turn to as they seek to expand and improve their businesses:

1. Entrepreneurs Organization (EO; formerly Young Entrepreneurs Organization)

“It’s like having your own advisory board—what they call forum—that meets once a month. And the tools and resources and people I met through that—people who were doing way bigger things than I was; people who were at my level, and below—the nuggets and the connections I took from there were huge, not to mention the speakers and all the other resources they have.

“Nothing even is close to what that organization has done for me.”

2. Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich

Fritz summarizes Hill’s influential 1937 book, which began with an interview with Andrew Carnegie: “Mindset is everything.”

3. The Touchstone Business System (www.businessdesigncorp.com)

A web-based application that helps business owners systematize their workflow, so that, according to the company, “Each employee now knows exactly what to do and how to get a good result in all their work, all the time.”

4. Michael E. Gerber, The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Business Don’t Work and What To Do About It

Gerber’s E-Myth series seeks to address and overturn common misunderstandings about what makes small businesses work; Fritz describes them as “Basic entrepreneurial lessons.”



About the author, David Shriner-Cahn

David is the podcast host and community builder behind Smashing the Plateau, an online platform offering resources, accountability, and camaraderie to high-performing professionals who are making the leap from the corporate career track to entrepreneurial business ownership.

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