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Most of the time, the mindset of a foreign entrepreneur is preoccupied with perfecting the art of being successful, attending conferences, reading books, finding all sorts of inspirational quotes that drive up their ego to be self-employed. They are easily swayed by the “become your own boss” tagline which only scratch the surface of how hard it is to build a business abroad.

They are easily fascinated by the success stories of building a social media company from a dorm room or building one of the world's most valuable company from a garage, but they forget to ask, where are the stories of their sleepless nights? Their journeys. How did they manage to be a father and an entrepreneur? Moreover, how did they find the perfect work-life balance? Did they deal with debts? Manage investor tantrums and build partnerships?

Backed by research, Davies takes on the very fabrics of “Get Rich Quick Syndrome”, “Get Rich or Die Trying”, and “Dorm to Dollars” stories that have flushed the internet, the book provides in-depth analysis of what you need to be aware of to become a successful entrepreneur. The book captures the reality of the struggles of a foreign entrepreneur and highlights the 9 dependencies that can make or break the entrepreneur.  The stories included in the book encompasses the real-life situations that Davies encountered while transitioning to Europe and his escapades from being a nobody to owning businesses.

Foreignpreneur is a model for change of the basic mindset of an entrepreneur, that success should not be the de-facto thought when starting a business in a new society. Davies defines “Foreignpreneur.”  As an individual who owns or aspires to own a business in a new society where the culture, the people, the language and environment is different from what that individual is accustomed to.

With over 10 years of experience as an entrepreneur and employee; the author argues that: “In business and to succeed in life, you will need to make hard decisions and painstakingly back those decisions. Becoming a business founder or an executive is hard, and building one as a foreigner is even harder.”

This book is ideal as self-help for — startup founders, entrepreneurs, both those living abroad and in their local country, anyone who intends to think like a foreign entrepreneur or someone who wants to start a business or motivate themselves from the stories of others.

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“Vibrant, educative, and motivating read! Every phase of the generic path of a foreign entrepreneur is captured; from first steps to hits and misses, as well as scaling up success!” — Obinna Nwachukwu (Automotive Engineer at Bosch Magyarország & TEDx Speaker)

“Foreignpreneur® gives you insight into the real-life of an entrepreneur and provides you the opportunity to learn from personal stories. It will prevent you from falling into the trap of the typical entrepreneur stories all over the internet, which doesn't show you the fundamentals of building a business, but rather, how cool it is to live a luxury life as a CEO. This book is a must-read before you hit roadblocks, which can be eliminated if you were aware of the information that's given to you in this book!” — Samir Huseynzade (Application Developer)

Why should you get this book? You may have thought about how to start a business at home or abroad? Perhaps, how to start a small business or a blog or how to start a conversation with a potential partner? However, you plan on moving to a new society in a couple of weeks? Which means targeting a new audience, or operating your business online from a different country? Without building a proper business strategy, knowledge of business economics, startup fundraising, international law, international relations, trade law, and advanced models and methodology like the lean startup analysis to transform your idea to profitability

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