DNotes co-founder, highly regarded visionary and early Cryptocurrency adopter Alan Yong shares his experiences and lessons from over 4 decades of entrepreneurship in his new book “The Four Pillars of Business Success”. DNotes is now launching a Kickstarter campaign as they continue celebrating ‘Small Business Week’ .
CHICAGO, Illinois – May 06, 2016 – Stable Bitcoin alternative DNotes continued the company’s celebration of Small Business Week today by once again recognizing the many contributions made by America’s entrepreneurs and small business leaders. The week of entrepreneurial recognition has been an annual tradition since the first presidential proclamation back in 1963. DNotes founder Alan Yong praised the work done by the nation’s business leaders, “Too often in both politics and entertainment culture, our small businesses and entrepreneurial pioneers fail to receive the recognition they deserve,”
Yong continued saying,
“That’s a true shame, and especially when you consider that these small businesses are responsible for roughly two-thirds of America’s actual job growth each and every year. More than half of us are business owners or work for small companies, and yet entrepreneurs continue to be ignored and even maligned throughout society.”
Yong’s life has a been a celebration of entrepreneurial adventurism, and has helped him to earn a reputation as a respected business leader, technological futurist, and a true visionary. As DNotes continues to move toward its goal of fully integrating its currency, blockchain technology, and new seamless payment system, the company’s founder chose to turn to his true passion: helping other entrepreneurs succeed at achieving their own business vision.
“Business has always been one of my main passions in life, and I have long been asked to record the lessons I have learned over four decades so that others might gain insight from my successes and failures. Only recently have I found the time to pen a book that gathers those lessons and experiences, and prepare to offer them to other entrepreneurs who might learn from my experiences.”
Yong’s book “The Four Pillars of Business Success” is being touted as a systems-based guide to holistically designing a company that can withstand the pressures caused by an ever-changing marketplace dynamic. Its beginning premise is based on the recognition that far too many entrepreneurs simply accept the notion that launching a new business is always little more than a gamble. Alan Yong firmly rejects that paradigm, and offers a bold and innovative path forward that proposes to reverse those odds so that they are in the entrepreneur’s favor. Yong continued,
“The reality is that businesses today are often seen as a gamble. The odds seem stacked against any new entrepreneurs, with the majority failing within a few years. Since small business drives the engine of our economy, it is important that we do not shrink from recognizing that our small businesses are losing ground with each passing year. It is my hope that my book can play at least some small role in helping these brave and innovative entrepreneurs to reverse that trend.”
As the book’s release draws near, the company has announced the launch of their new Kickstarter campaign related to its unveiling. As Yong reminds us,
“Major success in business does not happen by accident or by good fortune alone.”
About DNotes and Alan Yong:
DNotes co-founder Alan Yong is a well-regarded visionary who established Dauphin Technology in 1988. DNotes is regarded as a “thought leader” in the cryptocurrency industry, with a digital currency noted for its consistent and reliable growth. DNotes has launched several innovative initiatives that actively engage women, young people, small businesses, workers, and others – effectively inviting the world to participate in the digital currency revolution.
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