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Do you love food or are you a foodie?
According to an article from April 2011 in Inc. magazine, the average Etsy seller makes just $785 a year, but you can do so much better and these stories show you how! Discover the stories of my food passionate friends who are able to run a profitable six figure food business. Etsy, Kindle, Amazon, eBay, Craigslist, and Pinterest experts and authorities like Jim Cockrum have called this phenomenon "a virtual empire"! If you are a foodie and if you are passionate about food, you will love this guide because it is going to show you the eight absolute most unique and creative ways of how to make some serious cash with food deliciousness! Food books have never been more enjoyable and satisfying like this food business guide because it shows everyone who has a passion for food how to make a true profitable food business out of it!
In this guide you will learn about the secretly guarded passion to profit secret ingredients that you must absolutely know about if food is your true hobby. This guide is chock full of the best food business techniques, know-how, resources, and food marketing strategies that are used by today's "Food Elite". Use these secret food tips and knowledge immediately to make profits today!
What a pointless and complete waste of time. Recording was awful. Narration was awful. And it gave absolutely no real information or advice. Just complete ramblings.
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
I would have loved to hear more about the food entrepreneur stories, rather than a compilation of websites.
Has Food Entrepreneur: Foods That Make You Rich from Home turned you off from other books in this genre?
What didn’t you like about Karlin Tessier’s performance?
The performance was a constant promising of what was too come, and the performance never happened.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Food Entrepreneur: Foods That Make You Rich from Home?
All the promises about what was going to be told.
Any additional comments?
I was very upset that this book was not categorized as an infomercial.