Making Bold Moves
Creating Multimillion-Dollar Success in 500 Days or Less!
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Making Bold Moves is a book that all entrepreneurs should read!
Alvin S. Perry, Doctor of Business Administration candidate, Walden University
If your business follows the steps outlined in Making Bold Moves, it will fast track itself to success in record time!
Herb Ames, The Devin Group
Mr. Parrish provides great insight on...how to sustain the organization during both lean and strong economic times.
Richard Lambeck P.E., New York University
A must-read for aspiring entrepreneurs in all industries and in all age groups.
Mark Quinn, Conrad N. Hilton Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship, Xavier University
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Making Bold Moves Team
October 14, 2011

Share your success story here! Tell us how you heard of the Making Bold Moves movement and how it has helped you.

David J. Singer from Singer Nelson Charlmers wrote on February 10, 2012:
I just finished reading your terrific book. You saves some of the best for last! I loved the chapter on Practice. And the part about working with mentors (like what you are doing for others)

Your passion for helping to emerging business owners is wonderful. The blueprint for success which you provide is fantastic. Yet the book is also for anyone who wants to be successful in business and in life.

I love how you hold nothing back in sharing your story and the secrets to your success, providing all the details yet never getting bogged down in them as you keep the story interesting and compelling.

I was also pleased to hear you speak at your book release event. You're a GREAT public speaker. People should go out of their way to hear you speak.

- David J. Singer, author, Six Simple Rules for a Better Life
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Judy Alleyne from An Employee and a Friend wrote on January 12, 2012:
I just finished reading Making Bold Moves. I felt compelled to tell Bill Thanks for first of all writing the Book (I don't understand where he got the time), for sharing your story (letting us see that we all can become "great" one step at a time, You just have to start the journey) and lastly for teaching us how to arrive there. "See it, Say it, Believe it, Achieve it!" Thank you Bill.
Makaila from Makaila wrote on January 12, 2012:
I actually found this more entertaining than James Joyce.
Celeste Morris wrote on December 7, 2011:
Bill Parrish is an icon and a role model creating a movement so badly needed in our community. In 1986 my boss and I both agreed that it was time for me to go! What a blessing. That was the real beginning of the BIG BLACK BOOK - New York's Black Pages that I published for 15 years. Never look back!! Keep pushing forward. Count your blessings!
Alvin Perry from Walden University wrote on November 22, 2011:
I have had many opportunities to speak with Bill Parrish and he has expressed the importance of getting out of the normal thought process and seek to make "Bold Moves!"

I was informed on yesterday 11/21/2011 that I am the recipient of a $20,000 research grant from Walden University where I will have the opportunity to go to Cambodia in March of 2012 to work with entrepreneurs for two weeks in partnership with the Cambodian Institute of Cooperation and Peace located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Vic W. from Charlotte, NC wrote on November 16, 2011:
I just wanted to say, Thanks so much for your advice.

After a great conversation I recently had with William Parrish, Jr., I wanted to share some key events and “wins” I’ve implemented since we talked:

Career
- Applied for and received my CPA license in South Carolina
- Applied for and been accepted into the PhD project (Chicago 11/16-11/18)

Professional Organizations
- Joined and attended the National Black MBA conference in Atlanta last week.
- Coordinated a quarterly roundtable for all AA Male CPAs in the Charlotte area.

Civically
- Re-claimed Fraternal Organization (financially) and making additional plans for the coming year.
- Coordinated a quarterly lunch for members who work on north side of Charlotte

Personally
- Still coaching my son’s T-ball team at the Y.
- Donated to my alma mater’s (general scholarship fund) and Science and Research Institute initiatives

Re-playing an important take-away: You referred to investing in attending the Black Enterprise Conference in Florida, and you mentioned that those who invest in attending are [clearly] serious because the financial investment separates the dreamers from the do-ers.

My take-away from your story: Do-ers invest their time and money where it matters.

I have incorporated what you shared into the foundation of branding myself, and I am more focused on my brand and future than I’ve ever been before.

I hope you can tell I’m excited!