‘Wallstreet Journal names ‘Small by Design: The Entrepreneur’s Guide for Growing Big While Staying Small’ Bestseller

Entrepreneurs / 15th June 2022

Creative agency founder and entrepreneur David Feldman’s first book, “Small By Design: The Entrepreneur’s Guide for Growing Big While Staying Small,” has been named a bestseller by the Wall Street Journal and USA Today. 

Published by Morgan James Publishing, “Small By Design” is available now as an ebook, and hard copies can be pre-ordered ahead of their June 28 release through AmazonBarnes & Noble, and IndieBound.

With a record number of new business applications filed in 2021, Feldman advises small business owners that the value a company creates is not a function of its size, and the clutter of conventional growth often gets in the way of sustainable success and rewarding relationships.

“Small By Design” is already receiving praise from other business leaders and bestselling authors:

“If you’re an entrepreneur with big ideas and a compelling purpose, this brilliant, heartfelt book will help you create a life of abundance and meaningful impact while staying small, by design.” — Joey Reiman, Founder of BCG BrightHouse

“In this inspiring and masterfully written book, David Feldman guides us to run a successful business with humanity while staying true to ourselves. ‘Small By Design’ is a powerful playbook that empowers entrepreneurs to live a more satisfying life.” — Tommy Breedlove, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling author of “Legendary”

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