Michelle Jacobik, author, entrepreneur, and triple Bronze Winner at the American Business AwardsEntrepreneur & Author Takes Honors at American Business Awards
Naples, Florida - Business Profitability Strategist, Michelle Jacobik, is delighted to announce that her book, The Path to Profits, published by WorldChangers Media, has won not one but two Bronze Awards in the categories of Best Business Book of the Year and Best Business E-Book at the Stevies, the annual American Business Awards. Additionally, she was awarded Bronze as Best Business of the Year.
The Path to Profits is a book about self-empowerment for entrepreneurs and how they can activate profitability to become part of the slim 35% of new businesses in the USA that survive the rough and tumble world of entrepreneurship to celebrate their fifth anniversary. The book has hit Best-Selling status in various categories on Amazon, including Small Business, Business Planning & Forecasting, and Start-Ups in Kindle, Paperback, and Hardcover sales.
The Stevie® Awards are the world's premier business awards. They were created in 2002 to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide. Stevie Award judges include many of the world's most respected executives, entrepreneurs, innovators, and business educators. More than 1,000 professionals worldwide participate in the three-month-long Stevie Awards' judging process each year.
“I am honored, humbled, and frankly, totally stunned,” Jacobik said. "According to the Census Bureau, more than 4.4 million new businesses were created in the U.S. during 2020, the highest total on record. This book is needed now more than ever and the fact that the selection committee saw value in my book as one every entrepreneur should read is something I will treasure forever.”
The anonymous comments from the judges are a testament to Jacobik’s business acumen and the value found in The Path to Profits, as seen in the following notes:
“Most business owners have no formal plan and no formal training in running a business. They spend little time on basic housekeeping, like ‘doing their books.’ This book helps explain how to avoid that trap. It's good, solid advice, and well presented. Great work!” (Best E-Book category)
“Loved it. The book promises to touch a heart cord of most of us - the so-called daring entrepreneurs.” (Best Business Book category)
“This book should be for everyone and not only entrepreneurs.” (Best Business Book category)
“Jacobik Enterprises has a track record of successfully changing the business profitability of their clients. They have also created a book version of their approach and made it cost-effective to all during COVID and pivoted their business. They are continuously looking for ways to innovate…” (Best Business Award category)
“This book successfully weaves storytelling into its thesis about tips for entrepreneurs, showing how Michelle’s life experiences have contributed to her knowledge of the field. The praise listed at the start of the book vouches for the legitimacy of the work. The book has a clear trajectory for readers, walking them step-by-step through the process of growing a business from the beginning.” (Best Business Book category)
The Path to Profits is published by WorldChangers Media and is available at Barnes and Noble, Indie, Target, Walmart, and Amazon or directly at https://bit.ly/MichelleJacobikThePathToProfits
Michelle Jacobik is a Business Profitability Strategist, Success Coach, mentor, and speaker. From a broke 23-year-old to buying the company she was working for at age 30 and growing it to $12 million in annual sales, Jacobik has experienced the highs and lows of entrepreneurship. She now helps others avoid the pitfalls on their own journeys to success with her signature Vision + Flow + Grow program, which is the blueprint for creating a profitable business without sacrifice. Find out more at: https://michellejacobik.com
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