Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) March 29, 2006
Focus Four, the nationally acclaimed three-year entrepreneur coaching system based on the methods of Andrew Carnegie, is surveying business owners and non-business owners on their attitudes about entrepreneurship. Those interested may take the survey at http://tinyurl.com/ggn4p.
The survey is designed to determine if there are attitudinal differences among various types of entrepreneurs, such as those who have started a business, those who bought an existing business or those who inherited a business.
“We’re also trying to learn more about what motivates people to start a business or at least to dream of starting a business,” says Hoover ink PR’s Harry Hoover, who is conducting the online survey for Focus Four. “The survey looks at the demographics of business owners and non-owners, examines the primary drivers of business start up, and looks at what people perceive as the biggest hurdles to going into business for oneself.”
Focus Four is a three-year executive coaching system based upon the methods of Andrew Carnegie that helped make him, and the people around him, millionaires. The approach was developed by Richard “Dick” Zalack to help successful business owners and entrepreneurs develop a strategic plan for life that enables them to achieve a higher level of balance, focus and goal accomplishment. Learn more about Focus Four at http://www.focusfour.com.
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