A Queen’s University enterprise expert has written a Christmas story with a difference, to encourage anyone facing professional or financial difficulties to turn their lives around through entrepreneurship. Buy the Book!
The Enterprise Secret by David Gibson is a fictional story set at Christmas time. It follows the fortunes of an unemployed graduate, a struggling small business owner and a redundant executive as they attempt to create their own destiny using enterprise skills. The book is based on a true story and shows three people, a graduate, a business owner and a redundant executive struggling.
Can they learn the lessons of enterprise and make their Christmas a special one? All proceeds go to social enterprise so go ahead order a minimum of five and get that enterprise message out.
David, from Ballinderry, Co. Antrim, was recently named one of the world’s top three enterprise educators, by the United States Association of Business Educators. The Enterprise Secret is his fifth book, but his first work of fiction.
The Enterprise Secret is available for download (£5) or to order in hard copy (£10 including postage and packaging) from www.theenterprisesecret.com All proceeds go to Northern Ireland charities.
David Gibson is one of the leading figures in enterprise promotion In the UK working Internationally with individuals, companies and governments to help people be more enterprising and to deal with the challenges of the recession.
He is the only National Teaching Fellow in enterprise education and lead his University to wining "Entrepreneurial University of the year 2009".
Recently named in the top three enterprise educators in the world for the second year in a row he passionately believes that anyone can learn enterprise skills and turn their life around.
"The enterprise secret" is David's fifth book and is his first work of fiction. He hopes that the story will inspire people in a difficult position to turn things around and strives to build an international enterprise community to make a difference in business and social enterprise.