As a huge fan of The Entrepreneur\’s Manual published in 1977, I\’ve been wondering what happened to the author Richard M. White. This morning I received an email from a friend who found a 1995 San Jose Mercury news article that says Rich White passed away from cancer in 1995, five years after being diagnosed. Rich was born in North Carolina, received his business degree from Notre Dame, and spent his life starting companies and then helping others learn how to succeed in business. Chilton Publishing sold more than 300,000 copies of his book. This must qualify The Entrepreneurs Manual as one of the best selling books on entrepreneurship in history. I have seen reports that E-Myth and E-Myth Revisited have sold more than 250,000 copies since it was first published in 1986. Both are essential reading for entrepreneurs.
I’m thrilled to be speaking at Bullhorn’s Engage conference again in June. Bullhorn is such a major player in the staffing industry. I’m always grateful