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Company of One: Why Staying Small is the Next Big Thing for Business Paperback – 17 Jan 2019
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Jarvis makes a compelling case for making your business better instead of bigger. A must-read for any entrepreneur who prioritizes a rich life over riches (Cal Newport bestselling author of DEEP WORK)
You're not a machine, so why would you run your business like one? Company of One shows you another way. If you've ever wondered how to have a business that works for you-instead of the other way around-you need this book (Chris Guillebeau bestselling author of SIDE HUSTLE and THE $100 STARTUP)
The default equation of more = better in business isn't working anymore. If you want to build something that matters, make a difference for your family and the world, and actually enjoy what you do, Company of One offers the inspiration and step by step actions that will change the way you do business, and the way you do life (Courtney Carver bestselling author of SOULFUL SIMPLICITY)
Your business can thrive with less! Company of One is an riveting, lucidly written guide to run a successful minimalist business (Joshua Fields Millburn Author of THE MINIMALIST)
Paul is the savviest sole proprietor I know. This book is a permission slip to reject tired corporate business advice in favour of a smaller, slower, more personal approach (Jocelyn K. Glei Host of HURRY SLOWLY)
Paul Jarvis will help you open your eyes to a broader, wiser definition of growth. One of learning, one of betterment, one of contentment ... The most important ingredient is a new worldview. Company of One can give you just that (David Heinemeier Hansson Creator of RUBY ON RAILS and founder of BASECAMP)
There's not one, right way. Only your way. Paul's book, Company of One, can help you find your way (Ben Chestnut CEO and Founder of MailChimp)
Company of One will give you invaluable insights to focus on the purposeful, interesting, and impactful work you actually love doing, right alongside permission to stop blindly chasing growth by defining success on your own terms (Kathleen Shannon and Emily Thompson Authors of BEING BOSS)
You are not alone with Company of One. If, like so many others, you're setting out to take on the world by yourself, then welcome to the best company there is, your own (Sam Conniff Allende author of Be More Pirate)
A bright, useful entry in the small-is-beautiful genre (Kirkus Reviews)
About the Author
As a corporate tech designer and internet consultant, Paul Jarvis spent years working with professional athletes like Warren Sapp, Steve Nash and Shaquille O'Neal with their online presence, and with large companies like Yahoo, Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz and Warner Music. He then migrated to working with online entrepreneurs like Marie Forleo, Danielle LaPorte and Kris Carr to help build their brands. Since becoming a company of one, he spends his time writing, podcasting, and creating online courses for more than 13,500 students. He lives with his wife on an island off the coast of Vancouver.
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Understanding growth and being able to influence it is the same as being able to control and know how to drive a formula 1 race car. Things will go bad if you're doing things you're not ready for.
Great book that opens and asks the questions you need to think about if you don't want to run your company to the ground. I also enjoyed the principle of empathy (towards employees, customers, partners,...) that rarely anyone understands today. There are amazing opportunities (that not many companies do!) when you approach your problems from this angle.