—Seth Godin, Author, The Icarus Deception
Step one to becoming a millionaire: read this book. Step two: quit your job. Don't worry, step two will be a lot less intimidating after you complete step one.”
—Chris Guillebeau, NYT bestselling author of The $100 Startup
“This is the most realistic and practical book ever written about business and personal success in the social media age. Every parent in America should buy this for their child's high school or college graduation. I know I will.”
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From the Inside Flap
Have you ever wanted more from life? More money? More freedom? For many people, starting a business is one of the best ways to achieve both wealth and the personal goals that you have set for yourself. Most of us want to become entrepreneurs at some point, but we lack confidence in our ability to run a business. The truth is, though, that you can start your own company. Jaime Tardy explains in The Eventual Millionaire: How Anyone Can Be an Entrepreneur and Successfully Grow Their Startup that money is not the true key to happiness, but it is something that you can accumulate along your journey toward a fulfilling and rewarding lifestyle.
Throughout the pages of this book you will learn how to take control of your money and your lifestyle, find work about which you are passionate, overcome your fears and excuses, start a viable business on the right foot, and keep moving forward despite the obstacles that will inevitably arise. A highly regarded business coach who has interviewed over 120 millionaires, Tardy has used the insight she has gained from these successful professionals to create a resource that will teach you how to look at your work and your life from a new perspectiveand how to achieve financial independence and happiness by doing work that you truly enjoy.
Entrepreneurs start their own companies for a wide range of reasons, and nearly all of them are looking for the freedom and flexibility that business ownership has to offer. Regardless of why you want to start your own company, it is important that you understand how to make it a success. Tardy shares the various kinds of successboth personal and professionalthat you will achieve as you build your business. With the insight that she provides in The Eventual Millionaire, you can prepare for the challenges, triumphs, and excitement of entrepreneurship.