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TAMPA, FL, December 21, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Author of the new Amazon bestseller, "Lead, Serve, Win: what it takes to build a mission-driven team from the ground up," Tim Prunyi is out to change the world of recruiting. "This stuff took me years to learn. In some ways, it's a case study." Prunyi adds, "I made plenty of mistakes."
The book's audience is any entrepreneur-in-the-making, or already established business owner, who is tired of being stagnant. "I wrote the book so that it could be like a plan of action for the reader. It's not a passive read."
Prunyi has helped over a hundred small businesses get off the ground through his consulting work, as well as the non-profit group, American Dream U. Dedicating his career to education and team building, he is also the founder of Tim's Tutors to help underserved kids have a fighting chance.
More than a simple guide, Prunyi outlines the mindset and discipline it takes to build a great team. "It starts with yourself," he says. "For me, personally, it starts with God and my faith. That's my foundation." From there, Prunyi outlines core values that help create successful teams or "mission-driven" teams as he clarifies.
Topics of the book include:
How to delegate details, but not the vision
Standing up for others
Speaking truth to power
Supporting your team's side-hustle
For a limited time, Prunyi is giving away a free copy of his bestselling book, at www.leadservewinbook.com. "My goal is to gift this book to as many leaders as I can. I think if we all work together to build mission-driven teams, our world would be a much better place."
Tim Prunyi has personally helped thousands of students achieve their potential and is always adding skills to his toolbelt. He founded Tim's Tutors to help kids in Las Vegas have a fighting chance. Tim has studied at institutions as diverse as Cornell University and Cardone University. He has helped start half a dozen Christian and secular schools on three different continents. He has his MBA, PMP, and Six Sigma Black Belt, but believes that the most important lessons are not taught in schools and founded Scrum Servant to help businesses build teams that last.
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