Yes. It puts the focus for start ups right where it needs to be, on selling. Sell your product or service and if it makes money, then you can spend money on the fancy desk. Also, as the name implies, if you have an idea for a business (product, service, YouTube channel, etc), get moving on it. Don't wait for it to be perfect.
The narrator mispronounces certain words such as "advertisement" "Carnegie" and "Bezos"
I rarely review books. Been in business since 2007. Don't learn much these days from business books. At some point they become all the same. I learned a bunch of stuff listening to this book. The author's experience and insight really shines through. This book has been recommended by a friend. I'll be recommending it to other friends, too.
Worth the read. Great, useful information! I do not usually write recommendations, but this book is well deserved.
I've been in business for over a 15 years starting up several companies and I've never read a book that simplifies how to grow a business from any stage, until now. Simply put, this book puts all other business books to shame when it comes to the formula of business success.
Good book for those who are in small business or thinking of starting one. Teach you to focus on key things and do not waste time on ones which may seem important but aren't. Very hands on and well structured. This is a kind of book after reading which you may use those ideas and implement them in your day to day management of business. Definitely worth of time spent for it!
Practical, concise, structured
Clear and succinct steps to get you started in business and immediately growing. Gems throughout. Everything from how to get to your 1st million to how to hire.
Loved Seven Years and I have now found a new bible for my business endeavors. This is like the child-rearing blueprint no parent should be without! It is great to see a no-nonsense guide with no false promises of overnight success.