A Cup Of Cappuccino For The Entrepreneur's Spirit Volume II by Jeretta Horn Nord, Cindy Patterson Thompson
A Cup of Cappuccino for the Entrepreneur's Spirit features entrepreneur's true short stories written to inspire, energize and teach the reader. The stories include adversities, challenges, triumphs, and successes experienced by the entrepreneur to help readers discover passion and basic prinicples they can use to live the entrepreneurial dream. Touching both the heart and the head, these stories provide inspiration and education. Following each story are key success factors, recommended books, the entrepreneur's website/social media, and editor's notes including interesting facts about the entrepreneur.
About the Author:
Jeretta Horn Nord is the Founder and CEO of Entrepreneur Enterprises, LLC, and Founder of A Cup of Cappuccino for the Entrepreneur's Spirit book series. Dr. Nord is a professor in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Nord recently served as a Fulbright Specialists Scholar in Europe and has spent time as a visiting scholar at UCLA and athe University of Southern Queensland in Australia. Dr Nord founded the OSU chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization and conducts research in the areas of technology and entrepreneurship. She has served as the associate dean for the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University and is currently executive editor of The Journal of Computer Information Systems. Jeretta has presented papers at international conferences in fifteen countries and is the author of numerous articles and a textbook.
Cindy Patterson Thompson is the Editor of A Cup of Cappuccino for the Entrepreneur's Spirit Volume II. She is a 1986 graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a minor in Management. She moved to Austin, TX in 1987 and went to work for a start-up named PC's Limited, which later became Dell Computer. At Dell, she worked in Human Resources for twelve years in almost every department from Recruiting to Executive Compensation. Ms. Thompson is currently participating in the Texas State ACTiVATE Program, which encourages women entrepreneurs to create start-up companies from inventions from Texas research institutions. She also hosts the Internet radio show "Empowering Entrepreneurs" on www.pivtr.com and will be working on the Momtrepreneur edition of the Cappuccino book series.
Contributing entrepreneurs in Volume II are: Todd Greene, Curt D. Jones, Catherine "KK" Patton, Karen Coleman, Ann Deal, Maddie Bradshaw, Jason O'Neill, Omar Soliman, Richard Wells, Joyce Reid, Lance Carroll, Hap Wells, Andrew Brooks, James Roller, George French, Tiffany Taylor, Melanie McLeroy, Matthew Lee, Gayle Reaume, Mark Alexander, Bill Forman, Holly G. Green, Glyn Meek, Beth Lasita, David Altounian, Patricia Flanary, James Fini, Jill Katona, Lee Blaylock, Guy Dunn, Carol L. Thompson, Kevin Kettler, Amy C. Baker, Tommy Ho, Osa Notting, David Heim, Harland B. Wells, Geir Ness, Robin Campbell, Sommer Meyer, Rosena Sammi, Pamela Giusto-Sorrells, Barbara Bellerieve-Hogue, Elizabeth Handlin, Lauren Johnston O'Connell, Daven Tackett, Joy Vik, Carol Bilich, Kim Brecheen, Eliot Logan-Hines, Maggie Miller, Rachel Muir, and Curt Coleman