Wednesday, March 2, 2016

The Power of Broke - Book Review

If you're a fan of Daymond John from ABC's Shark Tank and want to learn more about him, don't expect his newest book The Power of Broke to read like a memoir. Instead, this book is more for people who watch Shark Tank and think, "I could pitch my idea on that show!"

In this book, you'll be introduced to successful entrepreneurs from all walks of life. They all work in different industries, but what they have in common is that they reached their success from a place of nothing. They were either money-broke or soul-broke, but it was from that desperation that they created their brands, hustled, and ultimately changed the course of their lives.

They all used the "power of broke" to achieve success.

You don't need hundreds of thousands of dollars to start your business. Sometimes money is helpful but it can also be a hindrance. Instead, you just need passion and drive.

One of the entrepreneurs profiled in this book went on Shark Tank only after his scholarship-finding app had become successful. And he brought it to a successful peak without investors and start-up money. He just had the expertise to create the product and the sincere belief that it was a useful product for consumers.

If you fancy yourself an entrepreneur, this book has lots of good advice to help you achieve your success!

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.

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