Man In The Arena: Never Say Quit

Man In The Arena: Never Say Quit

By David Michael Semas

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Throughout his half-century career, self-made businessman David Semas has drawn inspiration from President Theodore Roosevelt's famous speech on "The Man in the Arena" in 1910, which was about daring to risk everything rather than playing it...

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Book Information

Publisher: FriesenPress
Publish Date: 08/30/2022
Pages: 504
ISBN-13: 9781039132757
ISBN-10: 1039132758
Language: English

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Throughout his half-century career, self-made businessman David Semas has drawn inspiration from President Theodore Roosevelt's famous speech on "The Man in the Arena" in 1910, which was about daring to risk everything rather than playing it safe. In the real world, roughly a third of businesses will implode within two years, and half won't make it past five years. But statistics can't tell the full story. This memoir provides a detailed road map of trials, challenges, and pitfalls while building a business and offers everyone from budding entrepreneurs to seasoned executives a case history of achievement and failure as well as risk and reward.

The life lessons and inspirational quotes throughout the book deliver powerful and enlightening messages about nurturing hopes and dreams, dealing with mistakes, facing problems head-on, and living life to the fullest. Semas's story is one of both triumph and despair, and it is sure to help inspire tomorrow's success stories. David writes to edify his readers, who, he hopes, can glean a few useful lessons from his lifetime of adventures and challenges, which has fueled his quest to live in the arena, where life plays out on a grand scale.

About the Author

David Semas has been a self-made businessman and entrepreneur for a half century. He grew up in Santa Clara, California, then a sleepy blue-collar town of 12,000. Despite never earning a college degree, he rose through the ranks of the construction business becoming a vice president of a national home building firm at twenty-three.

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