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The money you have is enough. Chris makes it crystal clear: there are no excuses left. START. Start now, not later. Hurry (Seth Godin, New York Times bestselling author)
Thoughtful, funny and compulsively readable, this guide shows how ordinary people can build solid livings, with independence and purpose, on their own terms (Gretchen Rubin, New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Project)
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- Good motivation to start a business (no excuses)
- Many success stories and business examples
- Easy read although sometimes it is hard to follow the different stories (the author leaves a story pending, tells 10 others and then comes back to it when we already forgot what the original story was)
- Barely any substantial tool or technique to benefit the reader (not like the previously mentioned book)
- I personally had the feeling that I already knew most of what was in the book
There are so many 'how to' business books out there, but to my mind I have not come across one as good as this. Well done Chris!
Could be useful to some but seems like mostly common sense to me.
Blogging, writing, podcasting, property investing, performing, or selling anything tangible requires work work & more work to make it work.
Worth a read but some ideas probably a bit outdated now.