Bristol, Uk (PressExposure) September 09, 2009 -- When it comes to issues involving investment and business, people definitely tend to follow the most cautious steps. The nature of any business is like a game. It's a matter of strategy. For many experienced entrepreneurs, they say there is no exact formula to the success of a business.
Marty Richardson disagrees. Marty knows exactly what business is all about. He started with a humble life in a tenement house in Boston, Massachusetts and moved to a rural farm community in West Bridgewater. He lived a country life of raising animals and growing vegetables on a farm. This self-sufficient life sparked his interest in cooking. This is also where he earned his high school diploma and Eagle Boy Scout Rank.
He was able to acquire his Psychology and Social Relations degree from the prestigious Harvard University in 1980. After earning his degree, he practiced his profession by working with mentally and physically challenged children in Connecticut. However, his passion for food and cooking never faded. He tried his hand running a snack bar in a public golf course. He then stepped up the ladder as he became an executive chef to two restaurants, one in St. Croix and one in Newport. Seeing his potential in the field, he attended Johnson and Wales University and received a culinary degree. He left for Hawaii to work after his graduation and worked his way across the country from Florida to Alaska to Massachusetts to Colorado. After that, he went off to "feed" the world. Brunei to Malaysia to the Maldives, Malta, Germany, France, Spain and Italy were among his culinary employment destinations.
After his tour, he decided to conquer a whole new career. This time, he wanted to try his hand as an entrepreneur. He bought a store that was a neighborhood deli, convenience store and butcher shop. The location of the place posted a lot of potential. For over a hundred years, there had always been an established business in the shop. Marty felt this was definitely a good sign. Adding to the equation was Marty's knowledge of food. Unfortunately, Marty was about to find out he had figured it all wrong.
Marty experienced the "entrepreneurial seizure". Michael Gerber, author of "The E Myth" says that just because one knows how things work doesn't necessarily mean that he can make it into a business. Marty discovered that although he was accomplished in the kitchen, he did not possess sufficient skills to put his cooking and business sense together.
The result of this not-so-successful business prompted Marty to go back to being an employee. It was difficult for him to work for someone else. However, it didn't take long for the economy to change, and Marty lost his job. Marty began doing research in the internet and renewed his interest in becoming an entrepreneur again.
Marty discovered Dan Kennedy's "NO BS Marketing System". Unlike most marketing programs, Dan Kennedy's is a major hit. It is easy to understand and even easier to implement. It is no wonder why they have a loyal "herd" of followers who religiously use the program. Marty knew after looking at the comprehensive 10 training program series that if there was one product that could help him to be a successful entrepreneur, it would be the Dan Kennedy Marketing product.
The product that Marty is talking about is the Jumbo Results Marketing Program. Dan Kennedy reveals all the useful tips and tricks on how to run a business and expand it later on. This is the result of Dan Kennedy's hard work on researching and testing. Dan's programs will teach every aspiring entrepreneur how to handle all business aspects such as attracting the customers and keeping them interested.