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Art of Non-Conformity of which I am a regular chrus. Thoughtful, funny, and compulsively readable, this guide shows how ordinary people can build solid livings, with independence and purpose, on their own terms. Stop waiting and begin it now. I’ll be recommending this to my Smart Exit Blueprint class and writing up a more extensive review at my blog on Prolific Living.

It should be like getting a marriage proposal from the man of your dreams. Instead, it was surface-level information of success stories – none of the guilleneau the scenes blood, sweat and tears. View all 10 comments. It is not certainly one of those books that you can do in one sitting see some of the other comments.

A hustler represents the ideal combination: Anyone who has ever thought of starting their own company Anyone interested in successful small-business ideas Anyone who wants to grow their microbusiness and increase their income. What kind of threw me back, was the fact that the author talks about creating a business where one can “give back”, to which I thought, “how does this apply in my business, as a jewelry designer? Although it may seem like a pipe dream to most people working in corporate jobs, Chris shows this is possible.


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You can see dates of previous stops on the list at the right or the map at the bottom. The book encourages a quick, no-holds barred start-up, because the leap is what is often the most difficult.

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I picked it up almost a year ago, read about half of it and forgot all about it. Already have an account? And it was amazing.

There is some good advice in these chapters, especially in regards to figuring out what you will do, and how not everything will be a great business. However, this self-protective instinct automatically allows us not to succeed either.

Hardcoverpages. Straightforward, smart, not at 10 intimidating. If you represent a group, organization, or bookstore, you can also suggest a future tour stop. What will you charge? Stories of entrepreneurship are always fascinating and quite inspiring. Be a hustler, not a charlatan or a martyr. The author shares his one-page business plan worksheet. Feb 26, Vaiibhav Nigam rated it liked it Shelves: 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.

That was not dolar case, and in fact, I wasn’t sure I shartup even finish the entire book. Secondly, it was simple enough in the first sentence, did you really have to break it down further?


Go Premium and get the best of Blinkist Upgrade to Premium now and get unlimited access to the Blinkist library. Again, this part has some good information for some people in certain businesses. This remarkable book will start you on xollar way. In addition to the U. They have obtained freedom through creating value for others.

The $100 Startup: Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future

The Corporate America culture is brilliant at shunning any ideas of creativity and innovation and certainly not enc There’s always guillebeah more perfect time in your life that you wish you had read the books that cross your path.

A very fresh and welcome read in the startup segment ddollar Chris. Go way above their expectations. You can just as easily succeed. Needs more “how” to be really useful, and Guillebeau shortchanged the “how” he did write, though there were a giullebeau of good resources found on his website How people become entrepreneurs – some are accidental entrepreneurs like me 2.

It focused on the core message of the book, devoid of the stories. Who is it for? The examples shared were lovely, but they’re just quick snippets of what the person’s business is.