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READER ↠ DOC The $100 Startup ☆ CHRIS GUILLEBEAU ☆ ❮KINDLE❯ ❆ The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future Author Chris Guillebeau – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Lead a life of adventure meaning and purpose and earn a good living Thoughtful funNo special skills discovered aspects of their personal passions that could be monetized and were able to restructure their lives in ways that gave them greater freedom and fulfillment Here finally distilled into one easy to use guide are the most valuable lessons from 100 Startup Reinvent ePUB #9734 those who've learned how to turn what they do into a gateway to self fulfillment It's all about finding the intersection between your expertise even if you don't consider it such and what other people will pay for You don't need an MBA a business plan or even employees All you need is a product or service that springs from what you love to do anyway people willing to pay and a way to get paid Not content to talk in generalities Chris tells you exactly how many dollars his group of 100 Startup Reinvent the Way PDFEPUB I read this book right after the 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss and I have to admit I had mixed feelings about itPros 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 wasCons Barely any substantial tool or techniue 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

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Lead a life of adventure meaning and purpose Startup Reinvent PDFEPUB #232 and earn a good living 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 author of the New York Times bestsellerThe Happiness Project Still in his early thirties Chris Guillebeau completed a tour of every country on earth and yet he's never held a real job or earned a regular paycheck Rather he has a special genius for turning ideas into income and he uses what The 100 Epubhe earns both to support his life of adventure and to give back Chris identified individuals who have built businesses earning orfrom a modest investment in many cases or less and focused on the most intriguing case studies In nearly all cases people with A few things to note if you are thinking of buying this book1 It's basic I mean really basic It is full of simplistic suggestions such as every morning set aside 45 minutes to think about your business What can you do to move things ahead p235 and in deciding what to sell the best approach is to sell what people buy p33 The patronizing guidance it provides almost assumes that the reader is unaware of really really obvious and sensible things which is really frustrating2 It is full of superficial examples based on random people Kyle Gary Sarah who are these people And some of the examples appear unhelpful For example the author tells the story of Kyle Hepp who got fired from her job but having dabbled in a little photography before she decided to take up wedding photography with her husband and now they earn 90000 a year This is one of many unhelpful anecdotes based on random people and unnamed companies which by the way sound completely made up which add zero value for the reader3 All of the case studies in the book are about people who uit their jobs and do microbusinesses that earn them between 40000 and 60000 a year In the greater scheme of things that isn't too bad a salary but remember this book is aimed at telling you to uit your job and note the average salary in the UK is £35423 US46014 My point is if you are telling people to uit a comfortable steady job to start a start up basing your success stories around start ups that generate just about the same amount of money is not exactly inspiring In fact it is uite de motivating We need to be realistic People have families to feed Who on earth would uit a stable job to start their own business and expose themselves to financial risk there is actually a chapter on failure in the book just to end up in the same position financiallyIn summary if you are as good an entrepreneur as this author is a writer of start up books don't uit your day job

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The $100 Startup Reinvent the Way You Make a Living Do What You Love and Create a New FutureOr unexpected entrepreneurs reuired to get their 100 Startup Reinvent the Way PDFEPUB or projects up and running what these individuals did in the first weeks and months to generate significant cash some of the key mistakes they made along the way and the crucial insights that made the business stick Among Chris's key principles If you're good at one thing you're probably good at something else never teach a man to fish sell him the fish instead and in the battle between planning and action action wins In ancient times people who were dissatisfied with their lives dreamed of finding magic lamps buried treasure or streets paved with gold Today we know that it's up to us to change our lives And the best part is if we change our own life we can help others change theirs This remarkable book will start you on your way Someone recommended this book to me In honesty I haven’t read it yet I started and got distracted I’m always imagining having my own business but don’t know what to start It’ll probably be something I read in ten years times and it’ll change my life and I’ll wish I’d read it nowbit like all the things I should of done on furlough Man imagining realising that you’re not reaching your full potential while writing an review Bad times