Jay Conrad and Jeannie Levinson, creators of the term Guerrilla Entrepreneur, describe them as men and women who think outside-the-box. In their words: He's embraced new ways of thinking, new ways of working, new ways of living. He well knows that he's left behind an age characterized by a worship of profits, a surfeit of working hours, and a neglect of family and self. (... "he" refers equally to male and female genders here.) Following their definition of the Guerrilla Entrepreneur, it is notable that the twenty-first century provides an atmosphere, culture and technology in which they can flourish. Moneychasing entrepreneurs of the past two hundred years still exist, but a generation of Guerrilla Entrepreneurs has arisen. The Levinsons further describe Guerrilla Entrepreneurs: They thrive on the non-traditional, do the unconventional if the conventional is nonsensical, and know that the real name of the game is the journey - the best of all goals. When the journey is the goal, you can begin with work that satisfies you, spend time enjoying activities other than that work you love, and gain a remarkable freedom from work-related stress. So, when you read Guerrilla Success, you can be mentored by the Celebrity Experts(r) in this book - Guerrilla Entrepreneurs in their own right.