Flee 9-5: Get 6 - 7 Figures and Do What You Love
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How to quit the rat race, do what you love, and make money doing it
Ben Angel, also known as the "Agent of Influence," is Australia's top personal branding and influence specialist. Entrepreneurs, companies, speakers, and famous authors look to him when they want to learn how to engage their target audiences and the media or build a highly influential personal brand. In this new book, Angel offers practical, actionable advice on how to ditch the nine-to-five life and do something that both inspires and enriches you. With step-by-step strategies on how to design, fine tune, and market your business idea, this book shows you how to discover what you want to do, crack the code of the new social media landscape, find the tipping point that makes your business go viral, and make money authentically, by doing what you love.
With lifelong job security a thing of the past, the most successful people are those capable of reinventing themselves and what they do. This book shows readers how to do that by monetising their particular area of expertise to change the world—and get rich in the process.
- Shows you how to flee 9-5 and turn your expertise and knowledge into a 6-7 figure business in under 6 months
- Find out ways to crack the code of the new world economy and shape the world we live in
- Reveals how any business owner, individual, or entrepreneur can outsource their work and do what they love from anywhere in the world
If you want to start your own business, forget the nine-to-five life and start doing something that you love. With this book in hand, you'll learn to use social media and modern marketing techniques to build a brand, create revenue streams, and earn a six- to seven-figure income.
over the course of a month on it. I hit Send, rubbed my tired eyes and went back to bed. Hacking the agent's bank account The greatest artists like Dylan, Picasso and Newton risked failure.And if we want to be great, we've got to risk it too. — Steve Jobs I'd finally done it. I'd hacked the agent's bank account! The product I'd launched at 2 in the morning in New York brought in more than $20 000 in sales that month alone. Finally I was making a serious return on investment with minimal
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automatically disqualified them and saved yourself a few hours of unproductive time. If they want to do business with you but aren't clear on the details, request a proposal. In 99.9 per cent of cases, I've found, they never get back to you. Only the serious players follow through. Don't be swayed by ‘potential' opportunities if they can't outline clearly what they hope to achieve in the first instance. What are your actions really costing you? Lachlan, a photographer, spent 80 per cent of his
small stones. — Confucius ‘Don't talk to me unless you have a groundbreaking book idea!' boomed the voice over the microphone at the briefing session during the publicity summit. It was Matt Holt, the US publisher for Business at Wiley, one of the largest publishing companies in the world, with offices throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Asia and Australia. I approached him immediately after being rejected by the producer of The View. I hadn't planned to speak to him. In all honesty, he scared
answers. You just need to know answers to the specific problems you aim to solve — problems that you are most likely already an expert on and solving right now in your day-to-day life. One well-known example of an agent of influence who completely turned her life around is Bethenny Frankel. Bethenny Frankel — broke to $100 million dollar deal Your starting point could be rock bottom … and even then you're still ahead of the pack! Bethenny Frankel was on the brink of financial collapse before