Kathy, without whom I would not be writing—and you would not be reading—this work.
Brian Borbely, for asking me for five modules, then receiving a book; for all of his success after Module 1; don't forget the other four modules sometime.
Sarah Hochburger, for the early inspiration, alignment, and focus.
Irene Lane, for helping me see what people want from me.
David A. Lancaster, one of the best friends a man can have and one damn good serial entrepreneur.
David Cantera, I never forget the first guy that says, “Sign me up, I'm in!”
Karen Lattanzio, Esq., for the early revisions and other applications.
The Wharton Small Business Development Center adult student entrepreneurs, staff, Wharton students, and instructors—it's been a privilege working with you guys!
NYC Business Solutions staff and clients, for the early webinars and in class sessions. Wow!
Lloyd Cambridge of NYC Business Solutions, for his service to budding entrepreneurs in New York City and their use of this work.
John S. Ondik, a great friend, fellow instructor, and a damn good strategic business advisor.
Jack Canfield, for a bit of guidance when I needed it most.
Steve Harrison of Bradley Communications, for helping me see the writer's journey so clearly.
Matthew Holt (John Wiley & Sons), for understanding what I was trying to accomplish for others with this work, faster than anyone to date.
David Drachman, for the publishing industry standards information.
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