A fair amount was covering ideas you have seen or possibly thought of with a decent amount of effort but this book is about how to implement those ideas and John offers quite a few new ones you haven't though of. Worth your money and time.
He has no idea. He proudly relays the time of when he went into a company and told all their sales people not to attempt to make a sale for 6 months. He says he was fired immediately. Businesses can't afford to not make sales for 6 months - that would kill pretty much any business. I would have fired him too. He goes on to say how the business was totally wrong and they should have listened to him. What an idiot!
He goes on and on about this technology, this website, one's that we've all heard about, and he tells you as though it's the greatest thing on earth. I was so bored with him regurgitating obvious information about the world that I gave up. Go and write something original mate.
Get over himself
Not a chance.
Disappointment and boredom.
I don't normally write reviews but this guy was such an idiot, I had to warn others.
I reached chapter 4 of this book and didn't have a single bit of information written down in my notebook of important things to remember and/or try.
This book offered me nothing...I'm a small business owner in a tough market. There are all kinds of businesses like mine popping up each day. I was hoping this book would give me a few tid bits of information to help me with referrals. Instead I'm writing my first bad book review.
I wouldn't recommend it to fellow business owners. Most of what I heard was common sense. I'm giving it 1 star because I have to.
There are a lot of great tips in this book. It is just so boring that I could only make it half way through. If you want something to go to sleep to, this may be the book.
Owner of LushPad com
Wow. I know there must be good information in there, but the narration and preamble are mind-numbingly boring. I can't stand it.