The ability to do business on the World Wide Web has changed the way people think about companies, especially when it comes to the prospect of owning their own business. It seems as if the Internet is loaded with all sorts of potential, just waiting for the lucky entrepreneur to tap into those vast resources and begin making a fortune. Already millions of people have taken a shot at starting an online business and creating a whole new way of life for themselves. Get the helpful info here.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Not much in the way of "starting a new business" and more "how to organize a corporate tier system to run an established, not so small business more efficiently." Even though the message is only 42 minutes or so, I feel that my time could have been used more efficiently.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
Truly, there are not a lot of interesting topics in the booklet, most of it is just spelling out the need for corporate organization strategy (not small, online do-it-yourself business).
What aspect of Liz Baechel’s performance would you have changed?
Liz did a fine job.
Could you see Massive Growth: Start Your Own Online Business and Create a Whole New Way of Life being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
Any additional comments?
The title makes the purchaser think the booklet is about how to start a small online business, and how to help it grow quickly. Instead, it's a lot of dry, common sense information that is largely not applicable to folks in their apartment, den or home office who want to start a small online business; those people will not have accountants, an IT department, lawyers, a corporate hierarchical structure, HR department, or even employees.