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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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This book is for anyone who wants a change in their life, their career, and needs the motivation, instruction, guidance, and extra push to get there. This is seriously one of the most inspiring books on how to break away from society's typical job expectations, and forge into your new business -and your new life.
Daniel lays out the book in 3 parts:
1) The motivation - the mindset. Addressing the fears and the psychology you will need to reach your goals
2) The practical aspects - the how-to's if you will - of freelancing and online web-based business (so that you can make money even while you sleep! Come on, who doesn't want to know how to do that?)
3) His story - how he got to where he is today. And believe me, it's inspiring, motivating, practical, and provides evidence for the skeptics - proving that he's The Real Deal. And, that you can do this too.
Every. Single. Page. is a page turner, and you will want to keep reading for more, taking notes on the flood of ideas that you will begin to generate for yourself.
So what are you waiting for? Take the plunge. You'll be glad you did!
The five stars are because of the end. I love the humble and real values explained at the end of the book.
While I understand it's a bit of click bait game for the title, I think the underlying values need to be a bit more emphasized. The book carries a bit of a wantepreneur vibe to it until it hit that last part. I thoroughly believe goals should be pursued from a (mental) place of abundance and not lack, which I initially misunderstood until I hit that last section with Daniel'S maxima and mental game insight. Might just have been me, not saying this is the first impression on everyone, but after all this is my personal review and feedback of the book. Great job Daniel, happy to see you succeed for the value you give to people bro.
It is as he says, and I'll paraphrase, a recipe book of starting a business, not a formula. You mix the ingredients to what works for your situation.
DiPiazza makes two very important assumptions in writing this book: 1) You've never started a business before, and 2) you have no clue how to begin starting a business. I wish I knew the stuff in this book about sixteen years ago when I was a 20 something. He's the real deal, because as I am setting up my freelance business, I can tell you the things the he promises will go through your mind, really do. I'm talking about the thoughts you have that tempt you to talk yourself out of going forward. That part of the book is key to those dealing with assumption #2. He guides you on how to THINK about forming your business. There really is a different mindset from those who are content to punch a clock and merely talk about doing something. And he goes through almost half the book on these concepts before he gets into the technical aspects of starting a business. I suggest you be patient and read EVERY WORD.
When he does get into the technical aspects, he will be touch on a lot of different things your traditional business writers will not necessarily talk about. Certain forms of online businesses that I have never heard about but wondered how they work. Also, he will take the mask off of what's involved with networking. There are a lot of people who will give you formulaic answers on how to network....and Daniel has reassured me what I've already figured out...they don't work today.
If you're looking for quick solutions to your financial woes, this is not your book. If you have a passion for something, and your trying to figure out how to do it for a living, from what I've read, this is the book for you. It's given me some things to ponder, and opened my mind to some possibilities.