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Drinking on the job, stealing cars, and mopping up blood and guts might seem like terrible ways to make a living, but there's plenty of profit potential in brewing beer, repossessing automobiles, and cleaning up crime scenes. Smart, creative people have already made millions of dollars chasing geese off golf courses and selling virtual real estate. A master of many weird trades, Steve Gillman shares his secrets for turning strange jobs into moneymakers.
Using interviews with unconventional entrepreneurs, the author's own wide-ranging experience with weird jobs, and extensive research, 101 Weird Ways to Make Money reveals fun, sometimes dirty, occasionally dangerous, yet incredibly profitable jobs and businesses. If you're looking for work that suits your independent spirit and frees you from bosses and corporate cube farms, this book delivers 101 alternative ventures along with the keys to making them wildly successful.
The million dollar question is how do you monetize what you do. What a great book for a paradigm shift from everyday life.Published 1 month ago by Robert
Is this for real? I thought I could glean some ideas from this book. Not so. The jobs are
unrealistic. Basically it's a stupid book for stupid people.
While some of these ideas are good and out the box type thinking. A lot of these ideas however just will not work on there on. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Merctip
I bought this b/c I am an entrepreneur and I like different ideas. I read the cricket farming on the cover and thought…interesting! Sucker! This book is a joke. Read morePublished 9 months ago by JLW
I like the information, but most of the jobs were not anywhere close to practical for me. I was disappointed that in every book about how to make money or begin your own small... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Karla E. Patterson
Don't purchase this book if you are in need of a new career but it if makes great reading for the bathroom or coffee table.Published 13 months ago by Pamela J. Richardson
This book is a great eye opener. Easy to read. I started to read only what I was interested in but found myself exploring new topics. Read morePublished 14 months ago by DPS
This product doesn't necessarily give fantastic ideas you can start doing tomorrow, a lot of them take a lot of work to complete. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michelle J. Brewer
...it is very interesting to read and maybe good for sparking an original business idea. Well written and fun to read. My daughter reads it and finds it pretty funny.Published 14 months ago by Gary Fredericks