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Aimed at helping readers to start their own successful businesses even with a limited budget, the book is filled with unique stories to inspire all those who want to begin their own business.
Summary Of The Book
The $100 Startup: Fire Your Boss, Do What You Love And Work Better To Live More is all about how people can chase their dreams and live their lives by following their passion. As most people feel that it is the lack of money that prevents people from chasing their entrepreneurial dreams, through this book, the author puts together a profile of successful business people who have started their businesses with limited investments. Through a case study of 50 people, the author discovers that despite the lack of extraordinary talents, these people discovered how a hobby could be used as a medium to earn money.
While some people were forced to start their own ventures due to unforeseen circumstances, for others it was their passion and skill that enabled them to begin new ventures. All these were possibilities which became opportunities for those who were ready to take the risk. From the first step of deciding a viable business venture to even starting a franchise, the author takes the readers through the journey of business development. In addition, beginning a business does not need a lot of money, but just requires will power and creative thinking.
By spotting the best opportunities and taking advantage of them, these people managed to make money. For example, Brett Kelly discovered that there was a lack of a manual or guide for the Evernote. By writing a manual for the application, he not only earned money with it, but was eventually employed at Evernote as well. Filled with such interesting stories, the book tells how the information age provides every individual with a chance to strike it big. Such stories also stress on the fact that it is not just passion that makes a person successful, but also how passion when channeled at the right time plays a crucial role in enabling a person to achieve success.
Written with a sense of practicability, The $100 Startup: Fire Your Boss, Do What You Love And Work Better To Live More provides a pragmatic and focused approach into building a business. With new strategies and checklists, the author provides insights to help readers to establish and run a successful business.
About Chris Guillebeau
A writer, world traveller, and entrepreneur, Chris Guillebeau is also a blogger.
He has also authored The Art of Non-Conformity.
A passionate traveller, Chris has travelled to all countries in the world. He is an alumnus of Athens State University. He has experience in handling various unique entrepreneurial jobs. He lives with his wife Jolie, an artist and teacher at Portland. He donated the sales of his first book to charity.
|Number of Pages||304 Pages|
|Publication Year||2012 May|
CHRIS GUILLEBEAU is a writer, entrepreneur, and traveler. During a lifetime of self-employment and ventures ranging from online publishing to volunteer work in West Africa, he has visited nearly every country on earth before the age of 35. Host of the World Domination Summit, an&...View More
CHRIS GUILLEBEAU is a writer, entrepreneur, and traveler. During a lifetime of self-employment and ventures ranging from online publishing to volunteer work in West Africa, he has visited nearly every country on earth before the age of 35. Host of the World Domination Summit, an international gathering of creative people, Chris is focused on encouraging individuals to live fulfilling lives with inspiring and practical advice. His main website, ChrisGuillebeau.com, is visited by more than 300,000 people a month. www.chrisguillebeau.com
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Mar 30, 2015
God of all entrepreneur books
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May 6, 2014
Inspirational if nothing else
Mar 23, 2014
must learn who don't want his job
Feb 19, 2014
Aug 20, 2012
The hundred rupee wakeupI first read about this book in The Economic Times and immediately looked up flipkart. i am glad that I bought it. When I was half way through the book, I decided to have my own website and registered two domain names. I am now preparing material for my websites. This book is helpful to entrepreneurs. If you are a 9 to 5 person, this will not serve you.But if you have read RICH DAD POOR DAD and looking for step by step guidance, this IS the book.
Jun 29, 2012
Do you need kicks to startup?A very simple, thought provoking book for the mind which wanders on what to do next?
Aug 7, 2012
A nice book to get started with a startupSummary of my review: I would give 8/10 to this book. Would recommend to anyone who wants to get started with startups. Caution though - this is not a detailed account of startups
Aug 29, 2013
Ok to read. What you get out of this book depends on you.I read about this book while traveling to Delhi during July 2013. The reviewer had showered lots of praise on this book so I was curious to read it.
Nov 23, 2012
Simple, yet usefulThis book offers useful tips without being preachy. It covers enough examples so that you relate the theory to reality and you'll find at least one story that resembles your own. Personally, it helped me identify things that I could do to improve my freelance career as a writer and look out for possible obstacles.
Sep 21, 2012
the 100 $ startupThis book is a must read for young entrepreneurs looking for there maiden startup. This gives you much needed insight of this world full of unexpected events and helps you to be ready for such events in your life as well. In my view the best book is a book which does not just tell you things but also makes you think and talk to yourself which is especially great for startups. Its makes you feel much more confident about your business idea. This book also creates a new business environment in your mind which is extremely important in India where its very difficult to have that kind of surroundi… (Expand)
Jul 18, 2012
Very useful book, different way of thinkingWould highly recommend this book to people who have always been thinking of starting on their own but are constantly thinking 'how'. Also for those people who think that huge capital investments are not their way to start.
Jul 1, 2012
For people bored with lifeAnyone who is frustrated with life and sees no future should consider reading this book. The stories are very inspiring and you would get all sorts of new ideas too so you may get started right away! Highly recommended.
Jun 26, 2012
For budding entrepreneursA wonderfully inspiring book for anyone wanting to break the mould and start their own business. It doesn't need to be difficult or daunting. The real life case studies show exactly how easy it is. You want to change your life? This is a great first step.
Jun 22, 2012
Simple ways to start businessNot about creating a hifi venture backed company. This book guides you how to get profit from things you love to do. And one day, this hobby might become a great company. Read half of the book, it talks about accidental entrepreneurs who changed turned their passion into business