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After wasting lots of money on internet courses to help in entrepreneurship, This book crushes many of them. Pam does not water it down, she gets into the nuts and bolts. Fears, testing, planning, figuring out target markets, financial considerations, etc. I totally recommended for anyone who want to see if entrepreneurship is good for them. She references lots of valuable resources to get more detail on getting started.
Would you try another book from Pamela Slim and/or Sandra Burr?
This book was center in the experience from a woman whom appeared to have little experience. The one comment that will always stick with me is when she informs her readers that the most important thing to starting a business is not sales, but creating a brand. What an ignorant idea as well as a quick way to get in debt. I was extremely unimpressed with this book, overall, as it appears to be the dreams or ambitions of Pamela Slim—which lacks the experience required to make it happen. A person’s time would be much better spent by reading a book like Ready, Fire, Aim by Michael Masterson or The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. Steer clear of this book as it provides little, if any, insight into how one should go about creating or administering a business.
Would you ever listen to anything by Pamela Slim again?
How did the narrator detract from the book?
The narrator perform her job well, it was the message and content that was lacking.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Escape from Cubicle Nation?
Most of the book as it serves little purpose.