All You Can Worry About Is Tomorrow

All You Can Worry About Is Tomorrow

by R.D. Hubbard, Jery Weintraub

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“Part autobiography, part bulleted business advice” from the legendary entrepreneur, horse racing breeder, and philanthropist (Ruidoso News).
“R.D. Hubbard’s journey is the embodiment of the American Dream. Born of humble means to great success and all the while tirelessly giving back to the less fortunate to help them reach their dreams.”—Goldie Hawn, actress, producer & director, founder & board chair, The Hawn Foundation & Mind UP
R.D. (Dee) Hubbard has been an inspiration and a beacon for resourceful entrepreneurs for decades. In All You Can Worry About Is Tomorrow, Hubbard shares milestones of his own experience that could help future entrepreneurs. Just a few of the topics he tackles are:
  • How do you size up people and motivate specialized talent?
  • How can entrepreneurs earn trust from financial decision-makers?
  • How do you best apply invaluable customer input to build lasting relationships?
  • How do you master timing . . . in seizing opportunity or deciding to sell?
  • How do you best keep your eye and your energy focused on tomorrow?
Dee Hubbard was recognized as a plain-spoken, straight-talking source of invaluable experience and wisdom. His unvarnished inside story reveals how he converted adversity into astonishing opportunity time and again in a colorful and inspiring life. 
Net author proceeds from the sale of this book are being donated to the scholarship programs of BIGHORN Golf Club Charities, benefiting employees and their families

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780795347733
Publisher: RosettaBooks
Publication date: 11/08/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 238
File size: 13 MB
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About the Author

Born in Smith Center, Kansas in 1935, R.D. Hubbard was the last of eight children in a family of modest means that ran a local icehouse and cafe. As an 11-year-old, Dee lugged and loaded 25-pound hunks of ice into the town’s iceboxes in the era before refrigerators. After working the wheat harvest and selling Fuller brushes, he landed a basketball scholarship at a nearby community college. Married with two children and living in a 27-foot trailer, Dee moved to Wichita, where work in an auto windshield-repair outfit brought him into the glass industry. As a revolutionary young CEO, he quickly went on to become a darling of Wall Street after mounting a series of brilliant takeovers and turnarounds. Not content to make his mark in a single industry, Dee Hubbard applied his longstanding love of horses to becoming a leading force in both the American quarter-horse and Thoroughbred communities. Following acquisition of the Hollywood Park racetrack, he also built a substantial position in the gaming industry. BIGHORN Golf Club and residential community, of which Dee is today chairman and managing director, is the latest of the amazing and diverse accomplishments. Regarded by many as the premier development of its sort, Dee has helmed a remarkable series of ingenious management innovations at BIGHORN. Along the way, Dee Hubbard has assembled an enviable record of civic involvement as a funder of college scholarships for the disadvantaged, a backer of leading medical institutions, and a champion of American art. Dee Hubbard and his wife Joan Dale reside in Ruidoso, New Mexico, and Palm Desert, California. Since its inception, the R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Foundation has given away over $36 million, most of it for education and the arts. Mr. Hubbard is a 2014 inductee into the Horatio Alger Association.

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