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In this guide basically explains you how to start your own business, offering advice in every step of your future entrepreneurial life. It starts by telling you why you shouldn't continue being an employee if you want to live financially free, and guides you along the way of finding a vision of a business that adds value to the life of others and how to implement it. The author discusses many topics, from ways of finding investors or broadening your knowledge about finances, to advice on everything you need to take into account when opening a store into a shopping center. I must say I learned a lot because the book includes many issues I have never thought of, and I think the author makes you feel creating your own business it's not an unachievable dream, while keeping it realistic - I can't count all the times he says there will be problems, mistakes and failure along the way. The only thing I think is missing are more examples. The author talks about his personal experience, which I enjoyed reading and left me in awe, but I would have liked to read about research on other businesses with real stories about real people who become entrepreneurs (apart from the classic examples of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and the most famous social networks creators). I think that reading about real data can really put your own mind into work. Overall, it's a book I would recommend on the subject.
Well written, honest guide to those tired of the daily routine of working for others. It was particularly cool to hear how the authors personal journey has allowed him to focus on realising a personal dream, instead of letting it go. As someone who has been actively researching this topic over last month, there wasn’t honestly a ton of new insights, but it was convenient to have all the material in one place. I probably will use some of the resources the author suggested. Worth checking out.