What the Biker′s Clients Say...
"The insight and guidance I′ve received from Dwain is invaluable. Within a year of Dwain offering me and my business his navigation skills, my revenue doubled. I would venture to say that my relationship with Dwain is the most significant strategic business relationship I have."
Gail Mears, Director, Club Z! In–Home Tutoring Services
"Dwain′s distilled guidance and methodologies provide artful navigation while teaching how to fish. He simply knows when to shake it up, shut it down, and challenge all levels of thinking, which ignites and inspires...we′re a new organization because of it."
Phil Medina, CEO, KeyCom
"Dwain brings out the best in you and creates an environment that develops forward–thinking tactical plans unique to your industry."
Brett Fadeley, CEO, eSchool Solutions
"Dwain was able to successfully transition our management structure and helped to shift culture into a more productive, stable, and happy environment??? and our revenues have risen, which has proven invaluable."
Jim Cross, Managing Partner, Cross, Fernandez & Riley, LLP
"Dwain′s presentation was dead–on in terms of illustrating to my students that entrepreneurship is a mind–set a way of thinking. This is what I had been attempting to teach these students, but it is so much more powerful if they see it and get it themselves. They did see it through Dwain, in his presentation, his demeanor, and the illustrations he used to solidify the points he made in his lecture. I couldn′t have asked for more in terms of creating value for my students."
William Rossi, Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship, Associate Director,Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Florida
"Dwain has been a fantastic business coach! When we started working together over two years ago, he made me set an aggressive five–year revenue goal. Two and a half years later, I beat it!"
Julie Swatek, CEO, ScrapYourTrip.com
Chapter 1 Who Am I?
Chapter 2 Why Am I Writing This Book?
Chapter 3 Roadside Distractions.
Chapter 4 The In–Between.
Chapter 5 The Tragedy of Strategy.
Chapter 6 What is Navigation?
Chapter 7 Finding My Ultimate Destination.
Chapter 8 It s My Ride.
Chapter 9 Meeting Life at the Crossroads.
Chapter 10 Figuring It Out.
Chapter 11 Your Economic Engine.
Chapter 12 Planning Your Ride.
Chapter 13 The Work to Be Done.
Chapter 14 Communication: The Fuel of High Performance.
Chapter 15 Harnessing the Power of the Pack.
Chapter 16 Sharpening Your Skills.
Chapter 17 Your Role as Road Captain.
More Rules of the Road.
The Man Behind The Biker s Guide to Business.