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Entrepreneur Revolution: How to develop your entrepreneurial mindset and start a business that works by [Priestley, Daniel]
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the style is natural and fluid. He has some controversial suggestions But that s what makes it such an interesting, rejuvenating read; rather than spouting the same old ideas, the proposed changes are revolutionary and disruptive. Just like the greatest entrepreneurs   (Talk Business, April 2013)

The book is superb. Straight talking. Nothing complex about technology, social media or strategy, but some very simple home truths that are very difficult to argue against This book gave me a jolt. It forced me to look at our business model, reinforced my belief in entrepreneurship and taught me a few new things all the things you want from a good book (startupdonut.co.uk, July 2013)

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The World is entering a new age; the age of the entrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexible innovator.

The dinosaurs of the industrial age are being outpaced by fast–moving start–ups, ambitious small businesses and technological innovators. It′s time to quit working so hard, break free, follow your dreams and make a fortune along the way.

Entrepreneur Revolutions is a masterclass in developing your entrepreneurial mindset – showing you how to change the way you think, the way you network and the way you make a living. Successful entrepreneur Daniel Priestley shows you how to embrace the revolution and succeed in this exciting new age.

You′ll discover how to live in the ′entrepreneur sweet spot′ – where you do what you love, do it well and get rewarded generously for it.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1189 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Capstone; 1 edition (12 Mar. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00B0H9RHO
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 272 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,115 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
An inspiring and practical read. I listened to most of this audiobook during a twelve-hour drive from Harare, Zimbabwe to Blantyre, Malawi.

My notes:

Daniel Priestley talks about how we all have an empire building brain, however, the empire brain can be shut down if the lower parts of the brain (reptile or monkey) are over stimulated. The reptile sees resources as very scarce so it's extremely selfish, guarded and doesn't want to share; it only sees what is there; it's very low in imagination. The monkey is good at repetitive work but is very easily distracted. The empire builder is empathic, creative, strategic, resourceful.

As one of his 10 challenges, he recommends walking around with GBP1,000 in cash at all times to adjust your views on what is a lot of money, to learn a degree of self-control and I suppose to discover other fears and emotions that go with carrying what most of us would consider to be a fairly hefty, even unsafe, amount of cash.

Take two people you want to get to know better out to lunch every week.

Cut news out. Keep a journal.

Always have 5 people on your team:
1. A visionary
2. A sales person
3. A graphics person
4. A Swiss Army knife (i.e. a jack of all trades)
5. A mentor

Lean in! i.e. go for it, network aggressively, seek opportunities, visualise and believe in the vision!

Formula for success: luck, reputation and vitality

Ascending Transaction Model - ATM:
- Gifts
- Products for prospects
- Core products
- Logical next steps (charge a few thousand for these)

7 Maxims
1. You get what you pitch for and you are always pitching
2. Influence comes from output NOT confidence
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Format: Paperback
This book, which I have now read 3 or 4 times has had a very deep effect on me. It is the most inspirational and motivational book I have ever read and as such felt compelled to write a review to urge you to purchase it.

If you are anything like me you will have the following feelings:
- urges to 'do your own thing'
- Hate answering to a person
- Get frustrated with having to work based on time schedules
- feel like a caged animal
- Feel like that there should be something else that you should be doing
- Have tried self employment various times
- Live for the weekend
- Can't wait until you retire so you can do all those fun things

and so on...

After my second failed attempt at trying to run my own business, a friend recommended The Entrepreneur Revolution. Suddenly all those feelings I've had, my previous failed attempts at starting a business, all made sense. I had been approaching my whole life and work the wrong way.
I can't stress how satisfying it is to be able to understand why things don't work and more importantly what to do to fix it. This book has taught me all of these things and more.

I apologise if I'm being ridiculously gushing about this book but I honestly think that this book is a blueprint to how you should try and live your life let alone become a succesful business person.

I have already started implementing many of the advice and strategies laid out in this book and things are starting to go from strength to strength. I'm not saying that this book will miraculously turn you into a business god, that is down to you, but it will give you the strategies that you need to implement to get you there.

Good luck
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Format: Paperback
Some books just cant be put down, they are few and far between agreed, but let me tell you, this is one of them. I got this book at 5 o'clock on a Friday night, and by 1 o'clock in the morning I was gutted that I needed to go to sleep. All I wanted to do was stay up and read this outstanding book from Dan Priestley. By the Sunday I had finished it. Are you a monkey brain, an entrepreneur brain, or reptile brain? I must tell you now, after reading this book I have completely cut out watching mindless TV and do not want to 'follow the crowd'. If you want to grow you, your business and expand your life, then read this book and join the Entrepreneur Revolution. It will help you cement your current mindset, or enlighten you and allow you to expand! If you want to 'live in the entrepreneur sweet spot' as Dan to eloquently puts it, then this book is for you. I urge you to read it, not once, but a few times, and you will get immense benefit from it. Enjoy, I know you will....
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This book is aimed at corporate ladder climbing types who love Ted talks and apps that make them feel more "productive", you know who I'm talking about. For actual Entrepreneurs who want something practical it isn't that great. Spends too much time repeating basic ideas. Towards the end of the book there is a good section on how to construct your product line which I learned from. Arguably that would be enough to say it's a 4/5 start book for some people.

However, there is also a section at the back of the book where the author offers free tickets to his speaking events to anyone who gives his book a review on amazon. Now I didn't say they had to give it a glowing review, just any review. But I think incentivising people to review your book with freebies is going to lead to more positive reviews because if you're looking to go to his events you're more likely to give him a good review or turn a 4* opinion into a 5* one before you take a screenshot of it to send him. Maybe I'm wrong but I felt like this was a cheap way for the author to boost the rating for his book on Amazon and given the average content and filler I think I'm right.
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