I'm very excited to be able to launch a book that helps business owners and I'm very happy Barnes & Noble sees the value it gives to their customers.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 1, 2009
The Business Mechanic: 9 Simple Ways To Improve Your Business is gaining wide recognition by business owners as the "go to" book for increasing profits and business turn-around.
Minahan is a business owner of a multimillion dollar company, a Certified Public Accountant and has worked as a turnaround specialist for both public and private companies for over 15 years. "I'm very excited to be able to launch a book that helps business owners and I'm very happy Barnes & Noble sees the value it gives to their customers."
The book tackles many of the mistakes made by business owners and walks the reader through how to not only avoid the mistakes, but how to get back on track. Each chapter starts off with a short list of business rules that apply to all businesses. The book is unique because Minahan focuses on the math involved in business without getting into detailed discussion about balance sheets, cash-flow statements or ratios. The rules are simple, apply to all companies, and allow the reader to see what a turn-around specialist is thinking when he walks into a troubled company.
Read a free chapter at http://www.businessmechanicbook.com/free-chapter.htm
About the Author:
John Minahan has fifteen years of experience with both public and private companies. He has successfully implemented change in companies around the world and has lived and worked in China, Japan, Hong Kong, France, England, Germany, and Ireland. His experience and business philosophy cover numerous industries and service sectors. He is a cofounder and owner of a successful and multimillion-dollar media company based in New York City. Minahan is a trusted advisor to CEOs and executives, a certified public accountant, and a graduate of the University of Georgia's JM Tull School of Accounting.
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