road to launching a successful business can be long and confusing. Where do you
start? Should you rent office space or work out of your garage? Should you
register as a for-profit or a nonprofit business? How should you handle legal
issues that come up? What does it mean to be a "Christian" entrepreneur
Drawing from his work as a legal expert and business coach, Brock Shinen combines practical wisdom and a biblical worldview to help Christians turn their dreams and passions into viable businesses. This easy-to-use guide includes self-assessment tools that will walk you through four stages of starting and running a business:
Assess and clarify your dreams
Turn those dreams into an actionable plan
Implement and execute your vision
Grow your business while keeping your faith and character at the center
Be inspired and encouraged as The Christian Entrepreneur helps you through every stage of your journey.
Shinen, Esq., is the founder and owner of Law Office of Brock Shinen, Inc., and
is a seasoned attorney with extensive experience in negotiations, transactions,
and counseling for entrepreneurs. He is highly regarded for his ability to
timely assess complex situations, and architect/implement creative and
compelling solutions. His experience covers a wide range of industries,
including software, design, social networking, entertainment, event planning,
consulting, non-profit, religious, distribution, medical, education, fashion,
law, product development, manufacturing, food services, and farming.
Brock writes and speaks extensively and has been cited by a number of domestic and international organizations. His online white paper, Can You Copyright A Tweet (www.canyoucopyrightatweet.com), is an authoritative response to the issue of copyright in the digital age, and has been cited World Intellectual Property Organization, many universities and numerous publications throughout the world. His articles have been featured in a variety of local and national publications. Brock’s ability to communicate effectively and simply is evident, as is his very clear value for educating.
Brock also hosts a weekly podcast where he discusses entrepreneurial business principles, startup skills, and entertainment industry knowledge. You can find the Cognipop Podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, or on Brock's website (brockshinen.com/podcast).