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Rich20Something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0143129384, Hardcover)Millennial business guru and entrepreneur Daniel DiPiazza was once your typical 20-something. Working multiple jobs to support himself through college, he hoped, like the rest of his generation, that his degree would lead to a lucrative and satisfying career. But when he was struggling to make ends meet post-graduation and discovered that the SAT prep course paying him $18/hour to tutor its students was actually charging his tutees $100/hour and making a hefty profit off his skills, DiPiazza realized he could no longer accept other people's estimation of his value. Flash forward a few years and he has since started three successful freelance businesses, scaling them all to $100K+ with zero startup capital. A Rich20Something had been born.
Based on his massively popular website of the same name, Rich20Something is a clever, candid step-by-step guide to help smart, ambitious 20-somethings (and beyond) identify and use the skills they have to break free of the 9-to-5 slog, start a business they care about, and build a career and life they love. This is not another collection of rehashed "life hacks," motivational platitudes, or tired common-sense advice. Rather, DiPiazza shows you how to monetize what you already know how to do, get paid what you're worth, and turn that into a purpose-filled career. Filled with concrete examples, practical advice, case studies, and DiPiazza's inimitable voice, Rich20Something is a must-have handbook for getting the most out of your life now.
(retrieved from Amazon Sun, 05 Mar 2017 18:30:49 -0500)
"As the founder of Rich20something.com, Daniel DiPiazza has helped thousands break out of their daily grinds, build businesses they care about, and achieve more sucsess than they ever imagined"--Back cover.
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