From Passion to Profit by Mary D. Moore

passion to profitMary Moore’s personal story of entrepreneurship is an inspiration to all aspiring entrepreneurs and business leaders who hope to make a difference for themselves and their communities. Her journey to success is admirable for its creativity and innovativeness. Her path has not been easy or simple. Yet, the difficulties and disappointments along the way have taught her how to navigate the challenges of entrepreneurship. And now, she is teaching us.

Mary’s Tips for getting new ventures underway are invaluable. From Passion to Profit provides new entrepreneurs with the rudiments of entrepreneurship and business with lessons on planning, funding, finances, employing, outsourcing, and facilitating contracts/ agreements. As a business coach with much valuable experience, Mary offers sound, simple, and practical strategies for Do-It-Yourself marketing and PR campaigns.

Dedicated to helping budding entrepreneurs, Mary discusses the minute details that are commonly overlooked, but necessary for one’s personal and business success. As a Life Coach, Mary tackles issues that many of us prefer to ignore, particularly our health, both physical and emotional. I have been an entrepreneur for decades, but still found myself re-reading passages and covering my desk with reminder notes.

The link between passion and entrepreneurship is a strong one and absolutely vital to the success of any enterprise. Mary’s passion for making a difference through social entrepreneurship is an inspiration to us all. It’s been a pleasure to serve as her editor and writing consultant. Reading her book, From Passion to Profit, has revived and revitalized all the passion that compelled me to set out on my own entrepreneurial adventure years ago. Read her book, and you’ll be ready to go boldly forward on that adventure, too.

~ Deborah Levine: Award-winning Author, Editor-in-Chief of the American Diversity Report, Huffington Post Contributor

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Deborah Levine is Editor in-Chief of the American Diversity Report. She is an award-winning author of 14 books, received the Champion of Diversity Award from diversitybusiness.com, the Excellence Award from the Tennessee Economic Council on Women and is featured on C-Span/ BookTV. Her published articles span decades in journals & magazines: The American Journal of Community Psychology, Journal of Public Management & Social Policy, The Bermudian Magazine, The Harvard Divinity School Bulletin. A former blogger with The Huffington Post, she is now an opinion columnist with The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
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