Have you been waiting to leave your suffocating day job? Have you been wondering if you should turn your side hustle or hobby into your own business? Have you struggled with how or when to launch? Go Solo has your answers. First, Humphreys tackles how to know you're picking the right business for you. This book is not about start ups, apps, or making easy money online. This book is perfect for the aspiring freelancer, writer, designer, consultant, coach, photographer, counselor, event planner, interior designer or decorator, software developer, crafter or blogger, even plumbers, builders, realtors and developers, or insurance agents. This book is for you if you are your brand or want to become your own brand, long to live on your own terms and do work that really matters, all with little overhead.
©2014 Kelsey Humphreys (P)2014 Kelsey Humphreys
but chapter 8 could use a little work.
the book has many inspiring sides. incredibly compact for the information/advice it provides. I have read similar books that take much longer to give the same rid bit of info., in that sense this book is gold.
What are some of the inspiring sides?
there is love, Hussle, practical advice, inspiring quotes, and a workable approach (no scary terms)
I love this and recommend it.
Great book from start to finish. Answered a lot of questions that I had. Seems simple to follow. Just need the discipline.
More technical guidance as to whats involved in "going solo"
Its a 3 hour long pep talk, which is fine because some people need that. If you're looking for something a bit more substantive look elsewhere.
"Interesting thoughts on how to start the process"
Good starter for those thinking about leaving the rat race. Focused on how to get to a position to start and less on what to do once you've taken the jump.
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