Management Training Expert Reveals Business Execution Steps: Government Get Out of the Way of Small Business

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Solid management training, leadership development skills and business execution steps highlight “Kiss Theory Good Bye,” Bob Prosen’s recently published, award-winning book. Small Businesses comprise about half of the American workforce and they're paying more taxes instead of hiring more workers. It's time to restore confidence and optimism. Kiss Theory Good Bye helps address this by giving business leaders proven tools for growth and increased profit.

Fight Back and Start Winning Again with Kiss Theory Good Bye

Companies are in business for one reason – to make money. Forget what politicians say about enormous profits and greed. Free enterprise and capitalism are the backbone of our country and are here to stay.

“Kiss Theory Good Bye,” an award-winning book by management training expert Bob Prosen, gives business execution steps that show how to restore the confidence and profitability of small businesses that are paying more taxes instead of hiring more workers.

Prosen, president and CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement and frequent radio and TV show guest, provides tools for small businesses, which comprise about half of the American workforce, so they can grow and increase their profits.

“Don't batten down the hatches, lay low or hope to play through. Stand up, take charge and win,” Prosen said. “Companies are in business for one reason – to make money. Forget what politicians say about enormous profits and greed. Free enterprise and capitalism are the backbone of our country and are here to stay.”

"Kiss Theory Good Bye" reveals the business execution steps to convert plans into profit. Packed with concrete instructions, Prosen offers advice on: consistently growing revenue and profit quarter after quarter, aligning the entire workforce to accomplish the organization's top objectives, increasing accountability and getting the needed results, attracting and retaining top talent, cutting unnecessary costs while increasing quality, stomping the competition and taking market share, locking in customer loyalty and revenue, and more.

"Success belongs to those with the relentless ability to accomplish their goals,” said Prosen. “The objective is to avoid the struggles of execution, not overcome them."

The book has been No. 1 in Amazon’s best-selling businesses and investment category. It’s also a two-time USA Book News Best Books award winner (besting 1,200 other entries). The book has been cited by leading business bloggers, including Guy Kawasaki-ALLTOP and Ron Insana-CNBC.

“In a hard charging and confident manner Bob Prosen attacks head-on the problem that is at the core of so many companies' and organizations' lack of success, the glaring gap between planning and achieving the plan, and provides a crystal- clear road map to eliminating that gap,” said Garrett Boone, Chairman, The Container Store.

Among its others awards: Silver Award Winner - Independent Publisher's IPPY, Silver Award Winner - Foreword Magazine awards; and Winner Ethan Award and Finalist - Benjamin Franklin Awards. Top publications, like the Miami Times Herald, have reviewed the book and it has been featured on numerous national television and radio shows.

Prosen is the business expert who helped AT&T, NCR, Hitachi and Sabre, along with many small- and medium-sized companies, achieve unprecedented financial and operational success. He has held posts ranging from senior vice president and managing partner to chief operating officer.

About the author:
Prosen is president and CEO of The Prosen Center for Business Advancement and shows business leaders everywhere how to rapidly improve performance and profit and give management training advice. He is a frequent guest on radio, MSNBC and FOX News. He is also a Corporate Management Consultant with USA TODAY and the bestselling author of “Kiss Theory Good Bye,” which gives leaders tools and business execution steps to achieve extraordinary bottom-line results. He writes a monthly column, "The Innovators," for Jim Cramer’s TheStreet.com.

Contact:
Sandra Anderson
972 899-2180
Sandra(at)goldpenpublishing(dot)com

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