My First Recommendation
I love to read. I love to recommend. I sometimes fear that my recommendations often don’t inspire the amount of action that I intended, so, I have decided to recommend to the Internet as I hear that there might be a couple of people out there using it…
Enjoy the first Nesbitt Web book recommendation below:
The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau
Having recently finished the excellent Nassim Taleb’s ‘Antrifragility’, I can honestly say that this was a pleasantly short read. The $100 startup provides easy to follow steps in a logical order for anyone that wants a coherent how to guide of taking action and creating your own startup. Included are a generous amount of anecdotes and examples from people all around the world. These examples are very entertaining and short enough to hold your attention but I did struggle to relate to a lot of them and gained much more insight from the guide aspects of the book, as opposed to the examples.
I must admit that the title is slightly misleading, as that majority of the startups mentioned in the book start of with higher costs. On a far more positive note, the book joined the ranks of many others that cause me a very beneficial frustration:
‘I can’t go more than 5 pages without picking up my laptop to make some notes or do some work!’
I would definitely recommend reading the $100 Startup if you want a quick fix of inspiration to get working on your world changing idea.
Don’t forget to check out the accompanying website for The $100 Startup for useful resources:
Keep your eyes on the prize (assuming the prize is in a book)
Posted on: January 30, 2016