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Why work for someone else when you can call your own shots, pursue your dreams, and find success on your terms by starting your own business? So many people end up bored with their jobs, stuck in the corporate grind, never pursuing their true passions.

As wildly successful young entrepreneur Cameron Johnson shows, you don’t have to live that way. We’ve entered a new age of entrepreneurship, with the Web making it easier than ever to start and run your own company. As Johnson’s own remarkable story reveals, the entrepreneurial way of life is a great way to make sure you love what you do—and to achieve extraordinary success by following your gut and going for what you really want.

Cameron's new book, You Call the Shots: Succeed Your Way - and Live the Life You Want - With the 19 Essential Secrets of Entrepreneurship was released by Simon & Schuster on January 9th, 2007. The book was written with John David Mann and the Foreword was written by best-selling author and financial guru, David Bach. Read more on the book's official website.

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You Call The Shots
You Call the Shots was released by Simon & Schuster in January, 2007. It's available in paperback, hardcover, and audio versions from booksellers nationwide.

Available in Paperback, Hardcover, and Audio

foreign books
You Call The Shots - Taiwan Version
Cameron's latest book You Call the Shots was released 10/07 in Taiwan and immediately hit their bestseller list.

Cameron was also featured on the cover of Business Weekly, the largest business magazine in Taiwan.
15-Year-Old CEO - Japan Only
The book discusses the power of the Internet and how it allows entrepreneurs to compete on a level playing field. Even a 15-year-old kid from Roanoke, Virginia was able to create very successful Internet companies and his customers, and his competition, very rarely knew his age.
Reviews
"A terrific book!"
- Donald J. Trump
"An inspiring source of first-rate advice."
- David Bach
"Brilliant."
- Mark Victor Hansen
"Essential reading."
- T. Harv Eker
"One of the best books I've read in a long time . . . extremely well written and chock full of interesting advice."
- Jill Rose, Editor in Chief, American Executive