August 1, 2018 · Business Expert

Nick Vertucci, a successful real estate entrepreneur in the United States has written a new book. This means that apart from being an entrepreneur, he has added another title to his profile. He is now an author of a book entitled “Seven Figure Decisions: Having the Balls to Succeed.” This book details his business journey from the age of 18 when he set up his first business to sell computer accessories. The accomplishments that he has made, the challenges he has gone through, the mistakes he has done among other details of how he made a breakthrough finally are all documented in this book.

Nick Vertucci wants people to understand that they can also make it in the business sector just like he has done. When he joined the business sector, he did not have any money or experience. He was totally green, but he still managed to succeed. This book is about how an entrepreneur should be like. The character of the business is as important as the business itself. Without the right character, the chances are that you will lose everything that you have.

Nick Vertucci business in the technology sector was brought down by the crash. It left him with nothing to support his family or even venture into a new business. However, he managed to turn his challenges into success by applying the right decisions in dealing with future business endeavors. Nick Vertucci uses this book to help entrepreneurs fight the fear which stops them from exploiting their full potential.

The book is already a best seller on Amazon and has received some very good reviews from prominent business personalities in the United States. Kevin Harrington of the TV Show Shark Tank is one of those who have recommended the book to entrepreneurs. Whether you have made it or you are still struggling with financial freedom, this is the book to get you to the next level.

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