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More than a Hobby (2005)

af David Green

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More than a Hobby takes readers inside the mind of a low-key, likable Oklahoma entrepreneur who has created a unique shopping experience. How did his company go from a $600 loan to $1.3 billion in annual sales in just thirty-one years-especially when he wasn't groomed for this work either by heritage or by education?Green was willing to go against the tide, allowing faith to play a huge part in the business. More Than a Hobby describes how this wildly successful business was built not on business-school theory, but on the founder's own experience as a grassroots store manager.… (mere)
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A bit biography and a bit business book--Hobby Lobby doesn't necessarily do things the "corporate" way or in what seems to be a logical way according to prevailing business theory, yet by doing what they feel called by God to do, they have been quite successful. ( )
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I dedicate this book to three ladies: My mother, Marie, the inspiration of my life; my wife, Barbara, the love of my life; and my daughter and persoanal cheerleader, Darsee, the light of my life. I also dedicate it to my two sons, Mart and Steven, whom I love dearly and hold in the utmost respect; to my nine grandchildren, the joys of my life: Brent, David T., Derek, Scott, Lauren, Amy, Lindy, Danielle, and little Grace; to my son-in-law, Stan, whom God created especially for my daughter; and to my two daughters-in-law, Diana and Jackie, whom I call super-moms. Because of their past and continued support and prayers, my life has been fulfilled.
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More than a Hobby takes readers inside the mind of a low-key, likable Oklahoma entrepreneur who has created a unique shopping experience. How did his company go from a $600 loan to $1.3 billion in annual sales in just thirty-one years-especially when he wasn't groomed for this work either by heritage or by education?Green was willing to go against the tide, allowing faith to play a huge part in the business. More Than a Hobby describes how this wildly successful business was built not on business-school theory, but on the founder's own experience as a grassroots store manager.

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