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NOW IS THE AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR - DON'T GETLEFT BEHIND The world is embarking on a new age. The age of theentrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexibleinnovator. The days of the industrial age are over. It's timeto break free from the industrial revolution mind-set, quit workingso hard, follow your dream and make a fortune along the way. Theslow dinosaurs of NOW IS THE AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR - DON'T GETLEFT BEHIND The world is embarking on a new age. The age of theentrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexibleinnovator. The days of the industrial age are over. It's timeto break free from the industrial revolution mind-set, quit workingso hard, follow your dream and make a fortune along the way. Theslow dinosaurs of the industrial age are being outpaced byfast-moving start-ups, ambitious small businesses and technologicalinnovators. Entrepreneur Revolution is a master class ingaining an entrepreneurial mind-set, showing you how to change theway you think, the way you network, and the way you make a living.Successful entrepreneur Daniel Priestley will show you how toembrace the Entrepreneur Revolution and thrive in the newage. - From a successful entrepreneur who is reaping the rewardsof the entrepreneurial age - How to shift your mind-set and think like anentrepreneur - Ways to adapt your lifestyle to be more successful


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NOW IS THE AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR - DON'T GETLEFT BEHIND The world is embarking on a new age. The age of theentrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexibleinnovator. The days of the industrial age are over. It's timeto break free from the industrial revolution mind-set, quit workingso hard, follow your dream and make a fortune along the way. Theslow dinosaurs of NOW IS THE AGE OF THE ENTREPRENEUR - DON'T GETLEFT BEHIND The world is embarking on a new age. The age of theentrepreneur, the agile small business owner, the flexibleinnovator. The days of the industrial age are over. It's timeto break free from the industrial revolution mind-set, quit workingso hard, follow your dream and make a fortune along the way. Theslow dinosaurs of the industrial age are being outpaced byfast-moving start-ups, ambitious small businesses and technologicalinnovators. Entrepreneur Revolution is a master class ingaining an entrepreneurial mind-set, showing you how to change theway you think, the way you network, and the way you make a living.Successful entrepreneur Daniel Priestley will show you how toembrace the Entrepreneur Revolution and thrive in the newage. - From a successful entrepreneur who is reaping the rewardsof the entrepreneurial age - How to shift your mind-set and think like anentrepreneur - Ways to adapt your lifestyle to be more successful

30 review for Entrepreneur Revolution: How to Develop Your Entrepreneurial Mindset and Start a Business That Works

  1. 4 out of 5

    Keshav Bhatt

    This book came highly recommended and it didn't disappoint. There were two key lessons I got from it. You get what you ask & pitch for, and I should be aiming for at least a billion if I'm serious about massive social change. I'll explain more about why in my review. For anyone starting a business, it's a brilliant place to start and captures most of the key lessons I've stumbled and discovered from experience, in one easy to read book. Personally, this provided a great reminder of those lessons This book came highly recommended and it didn't disappoint. There were two key lessons I got from it. You get what you ask & pitch for, and I should be aiming for at least a billion if I'm serious about massive social change. I'll explain more about why in my review. For anyone starting a business, it's a brilliant place to start and captures most of the key lessons I've stumbled and discovered from experience, in one easy to read book. Personally, this provided a great reminder of those lessons and how far my organisation and thinking has come as an entrepreneur. It is straight to the point, busts a lot of myths, and provides some very clear concepts to apply to your business as an entrepreneur from the beginning. Less relevant now as I'm growing, not starting my company but still a valuable read. Here are my key learnings from the book: * Most people live according to the old ideas of the industrial revolution. These are: - Work hard and get the rewards later. We see this in concepts of religion, schooling, work) - Work is not meant to be fun and you have to prove how hard you work to attain value - Work hard to prove how smart you are on your own Now, we need to reinvent these to new ideas of the entrepreneur revolution. These are: - There's no "pay off" day or moment in some distant future. Great days create great lives - Fun builds your business because your work is flexible and you get to work with your best friends - Surround yourself with people smarter than you and copy their answers and thinking. Don't just rely on your own talent and brains * If you're trying to earn anything less than a billion a year, you are being selfish. The reason? You only thought of your own needs when deciding how much you want to earn. A bigger amount would allow you to impact how many more people? They should extend to saving rainforests, ending hunger, influencing government policy, empowering people in refugee camps. Be selfful and fill your life with abundance so you can give where it is really needed. You are fortunate enough to have this ability and power. Use it and don't waste it by playing small. This idea really resonated with me, and though I'd heard it from a friend (while he was reading the book) it crushed any part of me left that was playing small in asking for big things. * You have 3 brains which Priestly refers to as the reptilian, monkey and empire builder. To access the empire builder you need two things: - Convince yourself that you need nothing. You are whole in this moment - Avoid over stimulation via emotional highs and lows (deep love & inspiration don't count). For example, you should keep your fridge well stocked, have plenty of funds in your bank account, eat well and nutritiously, sleep well etc. And at the same time, let go of mythical concepts like "magical passive income" (it's always going to require work), big wins (idea of one big payout or sale), financial freedom (that you'll be free of financial complexities one day). These are all juvenile concepts sold to us by clever people. * To help you discover what your passion is (something many people struggle with) write a rant about any of the following: - For as long as I can remember, I've felt there's something interesting at the intersection of... & ... - I deeply believe that the world needs... - Never in history has there been a time for... - My whole life I've been fascinated by what happens when you mix... * Another powerful idea I got from the book was that you get what you pitch for. So if I want my customers or sales? or more clients? Pitch for it. And to at least 10x more than I want to become my clients. What you consistently pitch, gathers strength. So choose wisely what it is that you want that to be (and in congruence with where you really are - sometimes we ask for more because we can). * Creation creates influence. All of the greatest people of influence produce prolifically. * Document everything you do in your business as founder. This was a solid practical tip for me. There are a lot of inherent approaches I take based on my mindset that I notice others don't even think of. Priestley wisely recommends not trying to do it all at once but to do this cumulatively so that you got a point where every sales script, process and approach is well documented in a strategy for anyone to follow. As one my old mentors used to say - make it so easy a monkey could do it. * See everyone who touches your business as a partner and take the time to really discover what success long term looks like for them. The spirit of partnership is powerful for everyone involved. Invest in that, like Waitrose did during the recession with their suppliers - they made sure they would be able to weather the economic storm and continue with their usual quality so the partnership could survive. * Your business will go through a process of idea, mess, beta, commercial and then remarkable. The mess stage will be exactly that but is key because you have to test it (ideas are useless, execution is everything), then you'll improve a bit in beta mode, reach a mediocre point with commercial and if you stick past that, you'll reach a remarkable place long after. The key is to keep re-iterating and improving.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    I wanted this book to be so much better. But instead of giving me ideas on how to write a business plan and concentrating on the nuts and bolts of starting a business, it was all about pie in the sky ideas and aiming to make an unobtainable amount of money in the first year. It came across as a transcript of a motivational speech given by a contestant on The Apprentice.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rob Dudek

    "In my opinion it is the poor minded person who is greedy for money, addicted to money; a slave to the filthy lucre." This book really delivers on its premise. It doesn't teach you how to write a business plan, it doesn't help you with creating a starting capital or how to set up your first website - It teaches you how to develop your Entrepreneurial Mindset. Think you're close to having one already? Well, think again. How does the world keep people happy about working at the jobs they don't like, "In my opinion it is the poor minded person who is greedy for money, addicted to money; a slave to the filthy lucre." This book really delivers on its premise. It doesn't teach you how to write a business plan, it doesn't help you with creating a starting capital or how to set up your first website - It teaches you how to develop your Entrepreneurial Mindset. Think you're close to having one already? Well, think again. How does the world keep people happy about working at the jobs they don't like, hanging out with people they despise and well... generally being unhappy? Why is it selfish to not want to become a millionaire? What is the difference between being Imaginative and being Creative? These and many more ideas are presented throughout the book in a meaningful, fun and easy way. Yes there are 1000s of other books like this, telling you how to succeed. But what this book does really well is introduce those life-changing ideas in a different way. Yes you might read some of these things and be like "yes I know this already" but I guarantee you there will be times when you stop and think "Oh, that's clever, I never thought about it this way" or "Oh, that makes sense, I see it all the time and real world!" Needless to say I'd recommend it to anyone. And I mean anyone. It is not just for young entrepreneurs wanting to start their own business, it is the kind of book that you will benefit from no matter where or who you are. It's also short, allowing you to power through it in a day or two and keep coming back to it whenever you need to - I know I will.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Leticia Supple

    If you've not heard of the Key Person of influence network and resources created by the author of this book, I recommend that you go backwards and start with those. I had; and the story of how I ended up with a copy of this book is instructive. There was a big entrepreneurial event coming to town, to which I had registered. Then, about a week prior, I realised that I couldn't attend. Doing the right thing, I let the organisers know. The organisers seemed to disregard my email and kept emailing me If you've not heard of the Key Person of influence network and resources created by the author of this book, I recommend that you go backwards and start with those. I had; and the story of how I ended up with a copy of this book is instructive. There was a big entrepreneurial event coming to town, to which I had registered. Then, about a week prior, I realised that I couldn't attend. Doing the right thing, I let the organisers know. The organisers seemed to disregard my email and kept emailing me with reminders in the week or so leading up to it. It might have been an Entourage event or similar. Every time, I patiently reiterated my comment that I couldn't attend, and could they give my place to someone else and perhaps refund my ticket (which I actually wasn't fussed about: I just wanted my place to be given to someone else, because it had sold out). This went on for over a week. Then on the day, I got more reminders! Frustrated, I sent an email saying, 'Really you guys? How can you teach people how to be successful if your own systems fail so badly?' It was genuine; I was worried! The result was that I got a phone call with thanks, and a personal apology, and a gift. That gift was a pile of books, and The Entrepreneur Revolution was one of them. I received it probably a year ago. Many of the suggestions in this book I have already done; but there is a whole lot I haven't, which I am going to start doing immediately. In the following order: Snap my review and send it to the author, write a list of people to lunch with, go to bed, wake up and share the book at breakfast with a partner in a new venture. By nature I am a doer. The past three years in business have turned me into a sharp, focused, passionate businesswoman. I love my work so much that I wouldn't stop at all if I didn't also have hobbies, relationships and a need for sleep. I am not apologetic about loving my work - I tell everyone! I am not apologetic about doing fifty bajillion things in a week, the fire that ignites me. And I have to say, I may have read this book a year after I got it. But boy was it the right time for me to get the right messages out of it. It's a fast read; if you're an entrepreneurial type, you'll get something out of it. And to be honest, I read it in under two hours, late at night. It's very much worth your time. If you do pick this book up and read it, send me a message and tell me what you thought of it... and what your first thing you did or changed was. I'm curious as to what kind of spark it ignites for you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Muhamed

    Great insight.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Isa

    Very useful step-by-step guide for early stage or pre-launching startups. If you’re planning to start your business or not, this is a great option for people to think a little bit differently and with a more strategic and digital mindset. Totally recommended

  7. 5 out of 5

    Slava Oganezov

    In this book the author talks about the change in the model by which society operates. He talks about physical age ended by machines, mental age ended by computers and now finally an emotional age. He calls it an Entrepreneur revolution and it implies that people who love what they do and therefore give maximum value will be the ones who succeed. He introduces few interesting concepts such as empire building brain (correlates with chimp paradox), ATM product model for business, key traits of suc In this book the author talks about the change in the model by which society operates. He talks about physical age ended by machines, mental age ended by computers and now finally an emotional age. He calls it an Entrepreneur revolution and it implies that people who love what they do and therefore give maximum value will be the ones who succeed. He introduces few interesting concepts such as empire building brain (correlates with chimp paradox), ATM product model for business, key traits of successful people (luck, reputation, vitality), stages of entrepreneurial development and etc. Interesting book, nothing crazy, but the core message is that you need to do what you love to be on top. (http://petersposting.blogspot.ru/2013...)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lanre Dahunsi

    The Global Small Business (GSB) It is a business that typically has less than 15 people on the core team but isn't limited by geography. It can reach into cities all over the world and can easily be making millions in sales despite a relatively small headcount. A great wave of change is about to seriously take off and a wedge will be driven between two classes of people. - Those who are surfing this wave into the Entrepreneur Revolution. - Those who are clinging to the Industrial Revolution and ar The Global Small Business (GSB) It is a business that typically has less than 15 people on the core team but isn't limited by geography. It can reach into cities all over the world and can easily be making millions in sales despite a relatively small headcount. A great wave of change is about to seriously take off and a wedge will be driven between two classes of people. - Those who are surfing this wave into the Entrepreneur Revolution. - Those who are clinging to the Industrial Revolution and are in serious trouble, whether they know it or not. OLD IDEA: WORK HARD NOW AND YOU WILL GET YOUR REWARDS LATER Vs NEW IDEA: THERE IS NO PAY DAY, THERE'S JUST LIFE OLD IDEA: WORK ISN'T MEANT TO BE FUN vs NEW IDEA: FUN BUILDS YOUR BUSINESS OLD IDEA: PROVE HOW SMART YOU ARE BY REMEMBERING ALL THE ANSWERS Vs NEW IDEA: SMART PEOPLE SURROUND THEMSELVES WITH SMARTER PEOPLE Convergence Convergence is when several unrelated ideas bump into each other and create massive, unpredictable results. Digital cameras meet mobile phones and create camera phones. Camera phones meet social networking and, suddenly, news breaks on Twitter rather than on the BBC. Google Maps bumps into precise sensor technology, packaged inside electric cars, and suddenly vehicles don't need human drivers. There are three key part of an ‘Entrepreneur Brain'”: The reptile, The monkey and The Entrepreneur (Visionary). The reptile – fight, flight, freeze, fornicate (highly emotional in a bad way – aggression, fear, panic, etc.). The monkey – learn, remember, repeat, be safe (practical but not very emotionally intelligent). The entrepreneur – get inspired, strategise, transform the world (emotionally intelligent – passionate, loving, humorous, etc.). SEVEN HARD TRUTHS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRUTH 1: IT'S HARD AND IT GETS HARDER TRUTH 2: NO ONE IS COMING TO SAVE YOU TRUTH 3: IN ORDER TO DO THE WORK YOU LOVE, YOU HAVE TO WIN THE WORK TRUTH 4: THINGS DON'T WORK FOR LONG TRUTH 5: YOU ARE GOING TO FAIL TRUTH 6: IT'S UNFAIR TRUTH 7: YOU'RE NOT ENTITLED TO REWARDS There are three keys that all successful entrepreneurs need if they are going to make the most of their ideas, talents, opportunities, and the times we're in. Every entrepreneur will need: Luck Reputation Vitality THE ENTREPRENEUR SWEET SPOT There are the three ingredients you need to hit the entrepreneur sweet spot: Do something you're passionate about. Do something you're good at. Do something that makes money. “If you work for an employer, you are in business already. You wake up each day and have 8 units of 1 hour of work to sell, you've got one client who bulk buys all of them for the year and uses them to fulfil their ambition. This, however, is a limiting way to earn money, because you can only sell your time once, to one buyer. A better way would be to figure out why they are buying your time, what problems you are solving for them, and then develop products and services that many people can buy.” Ascending Transaction Model. “Some ideas will earn millions, others won't be as successful, but the only way to find out how much money you'll be able to withdraw from your business is to build an ATM – an Ascending Transaction Model.” Great businesses have four types of products that all serve a unique purpose: Gifts Products for Prospects (PFP) Core offering Products for Clients (PFC) THE NINE MAXIMS TO CULTIVATE A CULTURE OF RESULTS MAXIM 1: YOU GET WHAT YOU PITCH FOR… AND YOU ARE ALWAYS PITCHING MAXIM 2: INFLUENCE COMES FROM OUTPUT… NOT CONFIDENCE Influence is not about confidence, influence is about output. You can lack confidence, you can be racked by self-doubt and you can secretly fear an imminent alien invasion but if you create amazing output you will gather influence. Influencers are producers. We only know about influential people because of their prolific output MAXIM 3: INCOME FOLLOWS ASSETS… NOT EFFORT Your job each year is to create new assets. An asset is anything that would still be valuable if you or your team disappeared. MAXIM 4: GET KNOWN BY THE SUCCESS OF YOUR CLIENTS Rather than you beating the drum for yourself, beat the drum for your clients. Help them create a huge success story and then showcase it. MAXIM 5: YOU ARE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH EVERYONE WHO TOUCHES YOUR BUSINESS MAXIM 6: IDEAS ARE WORTHLESS, IMPLEMENTATION IS EVERYTHING The value is in the implementation. It's one thing to know that an ATM would be good for your business, but it's dedication to excellent implementation that will produce the results. Having an idea is easy. Creating something is difficult. Creating something takes focus, discipline and dedication. MAXIM 7: RESULTS TELL THE TRUTH Your job as an entrepreneur is to put forward your best guess as to what would be valuable, collect data and make changes. It's not wise to ignore the market because it's never wrong (although it can change its mind quickly at times). MAXIM 8: IGNORE YOUR AWARENESS AT YOUR PERIL Other than the feedback you receive from the market, all you have is your internal awareness to guide you. Your awareness is a full-body system that alerts you when something isn't right. Your awareness is a finely tuned instrument that gives a warning sign but doesn't give you the specific details. MAXIM 9: IF YOU SPOT A PROBLEM, RAISE IT… BUT EXPECT TRAFFIC CAOS (Concept, Audience, Offer, and Sales). The CAOS challenge objective is to conduct a low-risk launch of a new product or service. You test the commercial response to a product or service by simply conducting sales meetings armed with little more than a brochure and a sign-up form. The CAOS challenge can be used even if you have a business already, conduct a low-risk launch of a new product or service.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Martin Yau

    Great insight of the changing world where the old paradigm of getting a series of jobs then retire like worker bees is being replaced by the new of those who can take advantage of the change by defining themselves by specialising in something they're interested in and make a great living out of it (as long that they can find or build a market for that). This new paradigm is the reason why some people moan about their jobs being automated and metaphorically running around like headless chickens. Te Great insight of the changing world where the old paradigm of getting a series of jobs then retire like worker bees is being replaced by the new of those who can take advantage of the change by defining themselves by specialising in something they're interested in and make a great living out of it (as long that they can find or build a market for that). This new paradigm is the reason why some people moan about their jobs being automated and metaphorically running around like headless chickens. Tells the reader to find something they're really interested in, get really good at it, find or build a market for it then set up a business to potential success. The last part is not guaranteed though, like everything else in life.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    Entrepreneur Revolution discusses tactics, philosophies, and strategies to living in the Entrepreneur Revolution compared to the Industrial Revolution. The author covers relationships, mindset, reputation, finance, and much more. All of this is rolled together with strategic advice on how to approach these topics while building your own business. I was really engaged in this book from start to finish and appreciated the refreshing approach to some of these concepts. There was no shortage of orig Entrepreneur Revolution discusses tactics, philosophies, and strategies to living in the Entrepreneur Revolution compared to the Industrial Revolution. The author covers relationships, mindset, reputation, finance, and much more. All of this is rolled together with strategic advice on how to approach these topics while building your own business. I was really engaged in this book from start to finish and appreciated the refreshing approach to some of these concepts. There was no shortage of originality and certainly some suggestions worth implementing. This is definitely a contender for one of my favorites so far this year.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Yates Buckley

    The book is somewhere between terrible and amazingly good, averaging a middle of the road. It is a self-help book for enterpreneurs that have been slogging along and not seeing much as far as results and need a perk up. As in any self-help the key is to set the right preconditions so that if anyone can do those the results come naturally. But at the same time, this author has a streak of genius in many of the framing of ideas he presents, and he did manage to get me excited now and then. Not so mu The book is somewhere between terrible and amazingly good, averaging a middle of the road. It is a self-help book for enterpreneurs that have been slogging along and not seeing much as far as results and need a perk up. As in any self-help the key is to set the right preconditions so that if anyone can do those the results come naturally. But at the same time, this author has a streak of genius in many of the framing of ideas he presents, and he did manage to get me excited now and then. Not so much a practical book, but a greak pick me up for a business owner...

  12. 4 out of 5

    John-Patrick Quinn

    This book is essential for people wanting to understand the times we are in and adopt the mindset you need to have to succeed in the new Digital Age. Daniel's tone is light but the advice is weighted with gold. It's an incredibly accessible book and a must-read for any entrepreneur. Following the steps that Daniel recommends in this book is as crucial as reading it in the first place. This isn't just feel-good aspirational positive-thinking advice, but practical steps you can take to re-wire you This book is essential for people wanting to understand the times we are in and adopt the mindset you need to have to succeed in the new Digital Age. Daniel's tone is light but the advice is weighted with gold. It's an incredibly accessible book and a must-read for any entrepreneur. Following the steps that Daniel recommends in this book is as crucial as reading it in the first place. This isn't just feel-good aspirational positive-thinking advice, but practical steps you can take to re-wire your brain.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    DNF. Absolutely awful. Sacked it off halfway through. 1. If you have something to teach, fucking teach it. Stop "hiding" business secrets for me to unearth in the book I already bought. It makes you look like a shyster. 2. Wanking yourself off about how much money you've made - even in a business book - is vulgar in the extreme. I found it hugely distasteful. 3. The practical advice (such as walking around with a grand in your pocket) ranges from needlessly risky to utterly stupid and pointless. No j DNF. Absolutely awful. Sacked it off halfway through. 1. If you have something to teach, fucking teach it. Stop "hiding" business secrets for me to unearth in the book I already bought. It makes you look like a shyster. 2. Wanking yourself off about how much money you've made - even in a business book - is vulgar in the extreme. I found it hugely distasteful. 3. The practical advice (such as walking around with a grand in your pocket) ranges from needlessly risky to utterly stupid and pointless. No joke, this might be the worst business book I've ever read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Libby Andrews

    A long enthusiastic wordy piece to encourage you to start your own business with little constructive help on how to decide what that business should be. Priestley typically leans to the find your passion school of ideas. I did enjoy Priestley’s description of school and how it went against entrepreneurship- I loved the notion that you would pay the clever kid to do your homework if you weren’t good at a subject. The spirit of the book is good and I hope it encourages people to go and create a bu A long enthusiastic wordy piece to encourage you to start your own business with little constructive help on how to decide what that business should be. Priestley typically leans to the find your passion school of ideas. I did enjoy Priestley’s description of school and how it went against entrepreneurship- I loved the notion that you would pay the clever kid to do your homework if you weren’t good at a subject. The spirit of the book is good and I hope it encourages people to go and create a business.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Yoric

    This book sure is motivating to take action. It uses the same technique as Napoleon Hill in Think and grow rich: there's a special ingredient for success, but I won't name it explicitly, it will just intervene several times along the chapters. This is the kind of book I'm looking for, to actually move forward, take action, start a project, have goals. I don't feel like working for someone else anymore. I'd like to wake up, light that passion, and live to the max. This book sure is motivating to take action. It uses the same technique as Napoleon Hill in Think and grow rich: there's a special ingredient for success, but I won't name it explicitly, it will just intervene several times along the chapters. This is the kind of book I'm looking for, to actually move forward, take action, start a project, have goals. I don't feel like working for someone else anymore. I'd like to wake up, light that passion, and live to the max.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nick Woodall

    Daniel did a good job writing this book. Well-written and formatted, with the entrepreneur in mind. He discusses his philosophy and then lays out what needs to be done in getting any new business off the ground and up and running. I've read many entrepreneurial books, and this one ranks up there with the best. Daniel did a good job writing this book. Well-written and formatted, with the entrepreneur in mind. He discusses his philosophy and then lays out what needs to be done in getting any new business off the ground and up and running. I've read many entrepreneurial books, and this one ranks up there with the best.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Andrew McLeod

    I met Dan at an event he was speaking at in London. Everybody got a copy of the book for free as part of the event. He seemed very genuine and I enjoyed his book. It is true what he says about the working world changing. I would recommend this if you are unsure or need some inspiration to starting to work for yourself.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Danial Ahmer

    4.1 stars - this book was really enlightening for having a mindset of success, and feels like it is vital if you want to pursue your life entrepreneurially in any life-path you take. I’m not into business that much but i didn’t need to be, anyone can and should read it, this book gave me a lot in terms of self-development and a drive for a future.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Floduardo de Almeida

    Easy reading. 220 pages. You can finish this book in 2 days without hurry. I consider this book a reminder, with some good principles you can follow. A “how to be an entrepreneur” but goes into superficial ideas. Still: good. 3.5 maybe

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alex Pal.

    An interesting book about the world changing to become more entrepreneur oriented instead of the usual corporate world. In this world, small niches in areas which you have passion for could offer you wealth as well as enjoyable work.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bryan

    Many books have been written on building businesses but not the way Daniel has with the Entrepreneur Revolution. This book is well written and easy to read. Daniel has broken down the steps to building a global business into easy to implement action points.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Reagen Saragih CT Cps

    What a practical book. I think this is a must read book. Eventhough you think you are not an entrepreneur, this book will help you in many ways of your life. Thank you for writing this beautiful aplicable book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Zackr

    This is the first book that I've ever read on business and I must say, I'm blown away by the content that this book holds. This is the first book that I've ever read on business and I must say, I'm blown away by the content that this book holds.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Steele

    This book really help shift a few ways that I though. Daniel broke it down in terms that made it easy to understand. This is one of my favorite books.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Steven Lane

    An awesome book that will wake up your inner entrepreneur. Following this is a sure fire way to find a successful way to self employment and beyond.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Haider Shakiry

    Mostly rehashed ideas and self-promotion of the author / sales pitching of his other "products". Suitable for a young obsessive person wanting to be the next Mark Zuckerberg "empire builder". Mostly rehashed ideas and self-promotion of the author / sales pitching of his other "products". Suitable for a young obsessive person wanting to be the next Mark Zuckerberg "empire builder".

  27. 5 out of 5

    Debby Clement

    Better ideas and thinking for building today's digital business. Better ideas and thinking for building today's digital business.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    I read this right after 4 hour work week by Tim Ferris. I liked what this book said more though! He covered off some of the areas of disagreement I had with Tim’s book. A great read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tom Impallomeni

    A good read full of useful insights. The stories told are engaging and it provides a playbook for selling.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Janaki Thakerar

    Interesting book, some eye opening ideas regarding the switch from the industrial to entrepreneurial revolution. I will definitely read it through again on my journey to being an entrepreneur.

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