New York, NY, October 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Balancing one's body, mind, soul and spirit is important to anyone when building a full and meaningful life. Entrepreneurs, trying to build successful and fulfilling businesses need to think about how to integrate their business and their lives in ways that satisfy their personal needs as well as their professional responsibilities. A business that enables its employees, its clients and its suppliers to fill more than just basic needs, and creates opportunities for growth, creativity, personal interaction and team spirit, integrates many needs on one's life-long way to self realization. In the process it will create more than profits; it will create people associated with the business who sincerely enjoy what they are doing. They will grow into well rounded individuals who lead happy lives and who are a pleasure for their family and friends to be around.
Toine Knipping’s employees believe he is a natural born entrepreneur. He is a focused, determined, and driven person with a big heart, a brilliant mind (that never stops working), and a great sense of humor. He is also a natural leader and a visionary. Knipping often says, "Whatever It Takes," which is a motto he really lives by. He truly enjoys what he does, and that is why it does not feel like work to him and also why he is so successful. For Knipping, it is not about the money; it is about the challenge, the journey, the satisfaction. He once said, "Money is just numbers on a piece of paper unless you do something meaningful with it." And by meaningful he usually means something that will positively impact the lives of others. His new book, Mind Your Business: Thoughts for Entrepreneurs takes all of these great qualities and shows other entrepreneurs how to live a successful, rewarding life.
Mind Your Business: Thoughts for Entrepreneurs
Author: Toine Knipping
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 978-1452554945 (sc)
Published: August 2012
About The Author:
Toine Knipping, founder of the Amicorp Group, has been promoting a balanced and holistic approach to business ever since he started his first company. He believes that in a business, employees, clients, shareholders, and suppliers all need to benefit commensurately to the benefits generated by the business. In the process, the society at large should feel a positive impact as well, and the environment should not be negatively impacted.
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Mind Your Business is available for purchase online from the publisher’s website, Amazon.com, BN.com and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.