- Hardcover: 304 pages
- Publisher: TarcherPerigee (May 2, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0143129384
- ISBN-13: 978-0143129387
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1 x 8.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 269 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,346 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Rich20Something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score the Life You Want Hardcover – May 2, 2017
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"Rich20Something reminded me that my goals aren't too far off, and that, regardless of my age, I can create a business that gives me freedom and great income!"--Arne Giske, founder, The Millennial Entrepreneur podcast
"Daniel DiPiazza gives you all the tools to build the foundation for your dreams to become a reality."--Bruce Rodrigues de Jesus, entrepreneur
"I always knew I wanted to do something big but it wasn't until I became part of Daniel's community and started learning from him that I actually took action. Thanks to him and Rich20Something.com for inspiring and motivating me every day!"--Jordan Nicole Gill, founder, Jordan and Janes
"Daniel is a truly down-to-earth person who doesn't mind getting in the trenches with you....I have seen my life--and business--grow tremendously due to the valuable knowledge I've obtained as part of the Rich20Something community."--Andre Hill, CEO and award-winning producer
"Daniel's support with the Rich20Something community and his insights are probably the #1 reason I've had the success I've experience in business so far."--Robert James Collier, founder, Entrepreneurs Dinner
About the Author
DANIEL DIPIAZZA is a Millennial business guru and the young entrepreneur behind the massively popular career and lifestyle website Rich20Something.com. He has successfully started three consecutive freelance businesses and scaled them to more than $100,000 in revenue with zero start-up capital. He has over 204,000 followers on Instagram and 16,000-plus Twitter followers, and has been the subject of interviews and feature articles in many national media shows and publications. He is the author of the popular Rich20Something column on Huffington Post and contributes regularly to other national publications, including Time magazine, Fortune, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Fox News, and Yahoo Finance. He lives in Los Angeles, California.
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Someone who always talks about starting their own company, but continues to fuel their trip on the corporate hamster wheel with the same excuses:
- I don't have an idea
- I don't have the time
- I don't have the experience
- I don't have the money
- What if I fail?
I'm sure you know the type. In fact, you probably are the type - the person I'm describing above.
After reading Daniel's book, I was blown away. This is the exact information I would have KILLED to have when I first started out. Information that would have saved me time, frustration, and money. Many "gurus" all give the same advice:
- Just get started
- Network with influencers to help promote your brand
Problem is, it's not that simple. There are so many questions when you're starting out:
- How do I find a profitable idea to get started with when I feel like I have no real skills?
- How do I find clients who will pay me (and pay me well)?
- How do I get an influencer's attention? I feel like I have nothing to offer.
- If I start a site or a blog, how will I get people to visit and read?
Most business coaches/gurus charges their students hundreds of dollars for answers to those questions (I know because I've paid for it). In Rich20Something, Daniel walks through every step you need to go from no idea to profitable side business. This isn't some fluffy self help book. It's a step-by-step playbook for escaping your 9-5 and generating new sources of income.
The strategies Daniel talks about are the same ones I've used to build two profitable business - one as a freelancer and the other in the online personal branding space. The difference is that I made tons of mistakes, wasted days of my life, and spent thousands of dollars learning the lessons and tactics Daniel shares in Rich20Something.
If you're ready to finally take action against the dreams you keep talking about, do yourself a favor and read this.
Basically Daniel is telling about his success story... which is this book.
You read it and you feel like an idiot, because you understand that you don't get anything new out of book, but you are supporting this click-bite "artist" (by buying the book).
About the content - it's just a good old "you have to work very hard", "you need to be patient", "it will take 5 years", "social media is the key".. and so on. Basically everything you can find on google or just by using common sense. Yet, nothing practical or useful.
It's just a shame that this book has so many good (obviously purchased) reviews, since Daniel doesn't understand what he is doing. He is giving a fake hope to really desperate people who might be suffering from depression and are really stuck into their lives. And all that just to get richer. Daniel and this book is a sum up of big tragedy of 21st century and it's society.
1) Expertise in marketing: A skill any business owner in any industry can use, Daniel breaks down how out-of-the-box thinking will get you further in your career more quickly. There’s a mix of both major marketing strategies to really move the needle, as well as day-to-day promotion tactics to help with your ongoing growth.
2) Realistic, compassionate attitude: To me, Daniel is known for his no-bullshit approach to business and life, which is refreshing and motivating as you read through his journey and learn from his advice. He acts as a cheerleader for your business while giving you real information that isn’t sugarcoated. For example, not worrying about setting up a business checking account the first week you start your company as it really only makes you feel accomplished and strokes your ego taking time away from more important activities.
3) Willingness to collaborate and support others: One of my favorite things about Daniel’s approach to his book and business is the fact he built his company off of relationships and grit while doing the same thing for other entrepreneurs in need of his guidance. The insights included from other entrepreneurs throughout the book are extremely useful for providing a variety of actionable perspectives on the primary issues we all face as professionals trying to make it work.
Throughout this book, Daniel chronicles his years of experience as a marketer and entrepreneur giving you the tips, tricks and strategies that have made him such a success. Most of all, he helps readers shift their mindset to not necessarily copy his exact tactics, but use his experience to fuel their own journey as their own future boss. I can’t recommend Daniel’s book enough.