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Jason Price rated it it was amazing Aug 18, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Fun quick read which tells the story of how the author recognized a bubble and created a low-effort, nearly risk-free, and immensely profitable income stream out of it. It’s all about him and his life. To ask other readers questions about The Bathrobe Millionaireplease sign up.
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bbathrobe An interesting story that is worth a read. Saba Ehtesham marked it as to-read Nov 23, English Choose a language for shopping. And we tend to think he did so inspired by one of our Boca Terry bathrobe specials. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This meant no office, no staff, no hour workweeks. Boo on this book. At the end of each chapter there is a summary of take aways from each chapter.
The concept of ”quit early, quit often” makes sense. It’s best not to tell people about the business you’re starting. Be relentless in your attention to it, save your earnings, and watch it grow.
All the fruits of these consistent, disciplined, and committed years have brought us up the learning curve to becoming one of the leading companies in our field.
It was also refreshing to see a rather strong affiliate not jump in to the “my revenue is dropping so to make up for it, I will sell you the secrets that used to work” plan.
The role of instant millionaire is an elusive status often written and fantasized about but rarely achieved.
I recommend this book for people who are interested in learning from someone and then applying the knowledge, not detailed instructions on what to do. You shouldn’t fall in love with your own business idea. The book has given the guidance to turn the light bulb idea in my head into a powerful laser and give me a guidance to be a self starter to success. A Since I dabble in affiliate marketing, I picked this up with some Amazon credit I had laying around. Peppered with humor, this memoir provides insights into the hazards and rewards of start-up businesses.
Tobias Ratschiller rated it really liked it Aug 11, In “The Bathrobe Millionaire, ” author Jason Yelowitz tells his personal story of how he got rich overnight and realized his dream of swapping the corporate life for one of financial and emotional freedom.
You will however find a good tale of how he went from student painting to riding the dotcom boom and eventual bust and falling in to the lead generation biz. The writing was rough in some spots, seemed like the author was struggling to turn some anecdotes in to action tips, but it wasn’t terrible. Visit him online at www.
Review: The Bathrobe Millionaire by Jason Yelowitz
There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Jack Riker marked it as to-read Nov 12, Stick with what you know.
Aug 30, Mark rated it it was amazing. Doug Abbott rated it it was ok Aug 06, In the end, this sounds nice, but honestly I could care less how he got rich. Edwin Hayward rated it liked it Sep 05, There was bathfobe problem filtering reviews right now. Three times a failure, he was determined to never make the same mistakes twice, and began his fourth attempt in a wholly different way.
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