Teach and Grow Rich: The Emerging Opportunity for Global Impact, Freedom, and Wealth
- The Audience Revolution, Book 2
- Narrated by: David H. Lawrence XVII
- Length: 1 hr and 25 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-12-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Mirasee
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The online content industry is undergoing a quiet revolution. Selling information is getting harder every day, refund rates are shooting through the roof, and some of the smartest online entrepreneurs are already changing their business models or quietly exiting the market.
But as scary as this is for some people, there are many entrepreneurs who are very excited about it - because when things change, they bring big opportunities for the people who are paying attention.
The big emerging opportunity is the Teach and Grow Rich opportunity, allowing anyone to tap in to the multibillion-dollar industry of online education, to create impact, freedom, and wealth.
In this short and easy listen, you'll learn how this opportunity is reshaping the online business landscape, which is currently straddling two contradictory business models: a paradigm of information and a paradigm of education. This is unsustainable, and the emerging schism will drive many businesses into the ground and create great opportunities for those who are ready to embrace the better way of doing business and serving their customers.
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By Amazon Customer on 08-26-16
Very little content
There was very little real content. Surely not enough to actually create courses, teach them and grow rich.
It seems that this book is either actually an infomercial for Danny's business selling a program to implement this, or a way for him to increase his credibility by saying he has published a book on this subject.
All the real content of the book could have been delivered in a tenth of the space. Or, better yet, I would have rather that he gave 10 times the info. For me, that would have increased his credibility and then I might have been willing to consider purchasing his way more expensive on line programs.
The book title,of course is cool. But this book has maybe 1% the information density and impact that Napolean Hills book had.
As it is, I'm disappointed.
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