The 7 Ages Of An Online Business

After having my own online business for more than 10 years, I learned that each and every one of them follows a certain pattern. Each business have the same number of ages. Between enthusiasm and exhaustion, each business goes through naivety, attention, maturity, leadership and expansion. This book will guide through every stage, giving you a short guide of what to do and what to avoid.

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781450528153
About Dragos Roua

Dragos Roua defines himself as a "serial online entrepreneur, personal development fanatic, blogger, father, dreamer, risk taker. He also think happiness is a process, not a goal."

If you wanted to spend just 5 seconds and find out everything about him, the first paragraph should do it. Really, this is how he is. But if you want to go into details, let's take it one at a time.

Dragos Roua was born in Romania, in a town called Ramnicu Valcea, in the center of the country. But after he finished high-school, he moved to Bucharest where he stayed to pursue his studies. He finished the University of Bucharest with a degree in French Literature.

After that, worked as a radio host for 7 years. At some point, around his thirties, he decided it's time to start his own company. The founding was easy, even if there was no money around: he used the 3F technique: family, friends and fools. He managed his projects from scratch and in 10 years he become leader on several niches (cars and lifestyle). After going with his company through all the 7 stages of a business, he decided it's time to sell. Which he did, for a good profit.

After he sold his company, Dragos' new project was his personal development blog at http://www.dragosroua.com. In a very short time the blog become quite popular, being visited by tens of thousands every month.

Many of his books are inspired by articles initially published there.

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