Where money-making motivation and perspective of investment often contradict, Brian Will offers unusual solutions with a passionate and outspoken tone. Check out his latest blogs on personality development and financial education.
New Years goal to read. Have had this book on my kindle for a month or so. I woke up and read it in one sitting…great advice…Brian,thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience.
As a recent college graduate, I found this book to be quite insightful. Let's face it, the phrases "no money" and "recent college grad" are old friends. I have read many other books like this that could be described as self-help books but I appreciate that this was not just motivational fragments, it got into the nitty-gritty of the money behind actualizing your success (but the motivational quotes included were still valued).
One of the things I find most fascinating is the influences that come together to make a seemingly new thing. This applies in so many areas of media creation, but it is something I did not think to apply to people until I read this book. What goes in, must come out. If you want to be successful, you need to make sure the inputs in your life are conducive to that.
Overall, this book is a great one for anybody trying to succeed in life, in whatever way appeals to them.
Great common-sense business lessons to help business at all levels.
Recognize your strengths. Admit you are not great at every business function. Recognize your shortcomings, then borrow a successful person's filter.