Business Around a Lifestyle
- How to Quit Your Job & Build the Life of Your Dreams on the Internet, Volume 1
- Narrated by: Troy A. Rutter
- Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 06-22-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: JFK Services, LLC
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Want to have a life where you work when you want, where you want, and on things you care about? This quick, easy, motivational, and inspirational book will prove to you that it's possible. It all sounds like such bullcrap, but it's not. You can build a legitimate new lifestyle that you want if you believe it. Do you? You need to, and this book will get you there.
The Internet has made millionaires out of millions of people: real, regular people who use the power of the Web to build legitimate and longlasting online businesses. Want to know how they did it?
About four years ago I thought I was going to die from a heart attack. It turns out that I had my first anxiety attack instead. Whew! The panic came from working too hard on things I didn't enjoy and not being able to spend time doing the things I loved. From that day forward, I decided to change my lifestyle. But the catch was that I couldn't just quit working; I had to continue to build a profitable business to make money for my family. Sound familiar?
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By Oliver Nielsen on 12-09-15
Anyone can write a book if...
This is one book of many. From a flood of authors who each publish one Kindle ebook and audiobook after the next, in a steady stream of fluff.
I enjoyed Jim Kukral's book Attention, published years ago. This one however, isn't that exciting. It's a compilation of case stories / interviews / anecdotes from other entrepreneurs.
That can be fine, but Jim proudly says in the intro that he wants to write 20-30 books in the next 3 years or such. Wow. Talk about focus on quantity rather than quality.
C'mon man. Why on earth does anyone now think he/she can write a book just because they can type or talk (to have someone transcribe it) or have someone assemble a book from a collection of their scattered blog posts? Where has the idea of taking the time to refine your thoughts fully, develop your ideas, write, edit, write, edit, until a final draft is *good enough* for mass publication?
This book is like opening a blog, reading a few random interviews. Or searching Google and clicking a few search results. To me, it's almost just spam of the Audible and Amazon product catalog – all these authors who publish one cheap, short ebook / audiobook after the next.
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