WHAT TYPE OF SHARK ARE YOU LOOKING FOR?

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This book is a real life example of how you can catch a Shark in your industry, build businesses together and become great mates.

Coming from Australia to America was a culture shock for me, to say the least. For nine months I was an Aussie, still living in that culture. But the moment I made an adjustment to the American culture, my world opened up. What I share in this book are tools I have used to adapt to change and catch my Shark. My goal is to help you understand your unique value proposition, and create a change of mindset, which will result in knowing where to fish and how to catch your ultimate Shark.

Mike Scott

I am really going to chum the waters now! Watch out world, this book has changed my life!

 

Thom Sherk

Okay, I have been told this and that, but this book makes everything understandable! This is a must read!

From playing professional rugby in Australia at the age of 19, to starting Hydro Dog (a portable, recycling dog cleaning business) with his brother at 21 and growing it into the largest franchise of its kind in the world with revenues of over $10 million per year, Anthony Amos became one of Australia’s youngest millionaires at the age of 28.In his new book, How to Catch a Shark, Anthony Amos shares his story of success for readers everywhere. From the challenges of uprooting his family in Australia and moving them cross-continent to the USA, to his obsession with the first ever shark hunter, Harvay Mackay, the author of the best-selling book, Swim with the Sharks without Being Eaten Alive, Anthony takes the reader on an exciting adventure that only he can tell – how to spot, catch, and cook your own top feeder in the business world, the people who make the real decisions in business, the men and women who run million and billion dollar companies – the Sharks!

SHARK HUNTER TIDBITS

  1. Always come from a place of adding value FIRST!
  2. Have faith in your own decisions and be willing to be out of your comfort zone.
  3. Don’t let a negative occurrence dictate your future direction.
  4. Understand and learn the language of your new environment.
  5. Be prepared to adapt to change.