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2. I miss most of the people and none of the processes.
What can you actually do now? Start there.
You are not alone. What you feel is totally normal and human and a lot of people out there are going through the same exact thing. Take comfort in that fact. You want a change, but why? We all have our own unique talents and strengths. Let your passions lead you to understand yours and then lead with that. Trust yourself and show the world what you have to offer. Find people who support, inspire, and motivate you. Who think like you do and are open to the sort of life you want to lead. Build a network of these people, both business and personal, in person and online.
A small risk now, or a small sacrifice even, can pay large dividends down the road. Bet on yourself and figure out how to be a winner when the chips are down. Imagine yourself on your deathbed. Are you proud of current you? Try living in such a way that would put a smile on the face of your past selves. Perfect conditions will never appear.
Align as many stars as you can, but remember that sometimes you have to accept that things may never be perfect.
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Neither can you. Do what you can in the moment that presents itself. Focus only on the next step. Change is scary and uncomfortable. New is hard and daunting. Make being uncomfortable your new comfortable. Make this part of your journey. Both faith and fear are kinds of uncertainty. And take active steps to make that happen. Your dream has to be financially viable. Make a plan and get started on your dream — no excuses! The big picture. Specific what I want to achieve. Ask, like the steve Jobs said. Create a unique brand experience for your product and build a loyal fanbase to spread the word.
You need atleast true fans to make a living from what you love. The end. Now take some action you lazy ass. Aug 31, Nihar Suthar rated it liked it. Not a bad book! Like some of the other reviewers, I think I was expecting it to be more about the actual process of starting a business while also working a full-time job. To me, it seemed more like a book that just motivates readers to take the first step towards doing what they love.
Even if you put in minutes of work towards your dream each day, you will still be ahead of everybody else who puts in nothing. Again, it's not a bad book, just a bit different from what I was expecting.
I de Not a bad book! I definitely still enjoyed reading it and the messages that it put forward. Jan 19, Loup Meunier rated it liked it. This book is well written and brings interesting points about making your dream business become reality. It came to me more as a motivational book to give you the courage to make the leap, rather than a book giving you tools to This book is well written and brings interesting points about making your dream business become reality.
It came to me more as a motivational book to give you the courage to make the leap, rather than a book giving you tools to help you make it. Still a good read overall. Dec 11, hazelwillow rated it did not like it. The author's tone is irritatingly smug. Too obnoxious to finish. This is the kind of motivational nonsense written by a white male with no one depending on him. DNF'd when he started describing one of his heroes: some unknown garbage human who killed a bunch of animals in the Amazon or some shit.
Do not read under any circumstances. Little bit too much of the pep talk "you can make this your dream year" but other than that I found useful information more than I was expecting to find. Jan 26, Josh rated it really liked it. This book pushed me to take steps and started me on my writing journey. Feb 15, Matt Gambill rated it liked it Shelves: audible. It was okay. Not great, not bad. Mar 03, Jeff rated it liked it.
This book is trying very hard to convince it's audience to get up and do something. At first, I thought it was just a motivational talk at the start. However, the 'call to action' came through the entire book. If you are looking for lots of examples and good motivational speech, this is for you.
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I actually love my job, and I get to bring my dreams to reality in many aspects of my work. There were a few ideas in this book that will help me. I specifically liked the concept of deciding stopping co This book is trying very hard to convince it's audience to get up and do something. I specifically liked the concept of deciding stopping conditions my words, not the authors at the start of a project.
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However, when a project starts to gain traction, I quickly conduct a risk analysis to evaluate cost and benefit. I will start incorporating a more rigorous definition of stopping conditions to see if that helps my productivity. Nov 22, Kim rated it liked it. A solid entry in the genre. Ben's strength is his his 'voice' which is inspirational, yet accesible and feels achievable. I particularly enjoyed chapters 6, 7 and 11 which are focused on "the big ask", branding and sustaining your dream.
Secondarily, daring to dream Chapter 1 and defining the dream Chapter 2 are also worth a skim as they provide a number of thought starters and launch points for you. He is occasionally light on some of the particulars which allows for a range of "dreams" o A solid entry in the genre. He is occasionally light on some of the particulars which allows for a range of "dreams" or they weren't relevant to my business - but that is ok, as then I skimmed and took what worked and any inspiration found there.
Glad I spent time with this one View 2 comments. Oct 02, Todd Luallen rated it really liked it. A really good book with tons of practical steps to transition into starting your own business. You can tell that Ben Arment is a business coach because he has very specific steps for accomplishing the tasks that he presents.
He is very much a list person and the book is filled with lists. There are so many good ideas in here that it is really helpful just as a reference. The first 2 chapters are a bit dry if you already have an idea that you want to pursue. It takes a while to get into the meat A really good book with tons of practical steps to transition into starting your own business. It takes a while to get into the meat of what I think is really helpful, but when he does, it really is good.
Aug 21, Serenity Bohon rated it it was amazing Shelves: how-to. Jam-packed with stories of start-ups and re-starts and successful marketing plans. It's full of innovative ideas and [eventual] success stories. I am inspired to start things, to finish things, to look at them a new way, to deconstruct the model for anything I'm trying to do and figure out how to make it work.
Powerful ideas, tons of motivation, and an author absolutely gifted at helping others accomplish what they dream. May 09, Michael Travis rated it it was ok. I was dreaming of a book that would contain the magic ingredients. The recipe in this book left me dreaming about what book I would read next. So many two sentence thoughts will a two paragraph reciting of some special person that had already made it without any real meat and potatoes. Even though I dream about jumping from the job I hate, this book did give me enough to make any leap but the one to put this book away.
Feb 01, Nancy rated it it was amazing. Excelente libro en un momento en mi vida en que me encuentraba triste y desmotivada en mi trabajo, como siempre lo he estado en cualquier trabajo. El libro te habla de dejar atras las excusas, a decir this is my year, the year i finally do it. I would say is a practical guide on how to, with exversises visualize your dream, find a way to monetize it. Pretty much it tells you to stop making excuses and go for it.
Of course that what you do is up to you and not the book.
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Good read. Feb 12, Michael Mckenzie rated it it was amazing. Great book with a lot of helpful insight for those kicking about the idea of setting out on their own. He poses a lot of questions that I hadn't necessarily thought of, but would be quite an advantage to have answered before venturing out. I'll definitely reference this book along the way and can see it serving as a helpful guidance tool in the future. Sep 17, Ginny rated it it was amazing.
This book is pretty good. I flew through it in two days.
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Very easy read. Very inspirational.
Great start up examples with ample failures before their success. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a bit of encouragement as they delve into the ideas and dreams of pursuing their passion. This book can help make that happen. Dec 17, Adriano Ariganello rated it liked it.
This book gives some good examples of how others run their businesses and breaks it down into some actionable steps. The only problem is it really doesn't provide anything new.