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You can escape your boring 9 to 5 job in 6 months or less! How many times have you felt like quitting your monotonous day job? Have you ever felt that you should be following your heart and doing something better? Are you yearning for the freedom to do what you want, when you want and from wherever you want? Then, why are you still working for somebody else? The answer You can escape your boring 9 to 5 job in 6 months or less! How many times have you felt like quitting your monotonous day job? Have you ever felt that you should be following your heart and doing something better? Are you yearning for the freedom to do what you want, when you want and from wherever you want? Then, why are you still working for somebody else? The answer is simple. You are scared of the consequences of quitting your job. You are worried about your financial security. You are not sure if your business idea would work. Most entrepreneurs would advise you to just leave your job and start your dream venture. Wish life was that simple! But this book would advise you to reverse the equation. Why quit your job and then start your business? Instead, this book suggests you to first start your home-based business, generate a steady passive income from it and then comfortably quit your job. Doesn't that sound more doable? Job Escape Plan is your ultimate 7 Step guide to quit the rat race! In this book you’ll learn how to: Design your dream lifestyle Develop the entrepreneurial mindset Choose the perfect niche for your home-based business Prepare yourself for the transformation from an employee to an entrepreneur Select the perfect online platform to launch your business Grow the business & quit your job within 6 months Includes the interviews and success strategies of top online business owners like Andy Dew, Alex Genadinik, John Lee Dumas, Nick Loper, Rob Cubbon, Steve Scott and Stefan Pylarinos!


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You can escape your boring 9 to 5 job in 6 months or less! How many times have you felt like quitting your monotonous day job? Have you ever felt that you should be following your heart and doing something better? Are you yearning for the freedom to do what you want, when you want and from wherever you want? Then, why are you still working for somebody else? The answer You can escape your boring 9 to 5 job in 6 months or less! How many times have you felt like quitting your monotonous day job? Have you ever felt that you should be following your heart and doing something better? Are you yearning for the freedom to do what you want, when you want and from wherever you want? Then, why are you still working for somebody else? The answer is simple. You are scared of the consequences of quitting your job. You are worried about your financial security. You are not sure if your business idea would work. Most entrepreneurs would advise you to just leave your job and start your dream venture. Wish life was that simple! But this book would advise you to reverse the equation. Why quit your job and then start your business? Instead, this book suggests you to first start your home-based business, generate a steady passive income from it and then comfortably quit your job. Doesn't that sound more doable? Job Escape Plan is your ultimate 7 Step guide to quit the rat race! In this book you’ll learn how to: Design your dream lifestyle Develop the entrepreneurial mindset Choose the perfect niche for your home-based business Prepare yourself for the transformation from an employee to an entrepreneur Select the perfect online platform to launch your business Grow the business & quit your job within 6 months Includes the interviews and success strategies of top online business owners like Andy Dew, Alex Genadinik, John Lee Dumas, Nick Loper, Rob Cubbon, Steve Scott and Stefan Pylarinos!

30 review for Job Escape Plan: The 7 Steps to Build a Home Business, Quit your Job and Enjoy the Freedom: Includes Interviews of John Lee Dumas, Nick Loper, Rob Cubbon, Steve Scott, Stefan Pylarinos & others!

  1. 4 out of 5

    S.R. Mallery

    PRACTICALITY PAR EXCELLENCE! This is an excellent, practical step-by-step guide for starting an online business. Having said that, there are certainly dozens and dozens of How To books in this same arena, but what particularly resonated with me was how Ms. Ramachandra presents her material. Instead of citing case study after case study, which for me, starts to grow tiresome after a while, she offers very clear advice, using direct chapter/topic headings, extremely helpful websites, and mock inter PRACTICALITY PAR EXCELLENCE! This is an excellent, practical step-by-step guide for starting an online business. Having said that, there are certainly dozens and dozens of How To books in this same arena, but what particularly resonated with me was how Ms. Ramachandra presents her material. Instead of citing case study after case study, which for me, starts to grow tiresome after a while, she offers very clear advice, using direct chapter/topic headings, extremely helpful websites, and mock interviews where she asks different experts pertinent questions and they answer her. Clever and straight to the point. Additionally, I liked some of her psychological suggestions: how before you even begin, analyze your true interests/passions that could segue into a business. Say out loud your goals, mantra-esque and in the present tense, to ‘trick’ your sub conscience into making these things come true. Her many suggestions with regards to creating a blog was particularly important for me as I plan on having one at some point. SCRATCH THAT! I have a blog…I have a blog…I have a blog… A 5* worthy read!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vinay Babla

    Good actionable advice. Highly recommend this for anyone looking to start their own business. A lot of actionable advice, which is why I have it 5 stars.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Juan Manuel Vera

    Gear book Good written, agile and so explanatory. Jyostna's book is cera inky one of the most enjoyable books I'd read about passive income, I enjoyed interviews so much, because te interviewed gave a lot of ideas and confidence to start my own business and I'll do it in few weeks Gear book Good written, agile and so explanatory. Jyostna's book is cera inky one of the most enjoyable books I'd read about passive income, I enjoyed interviews so much, because te interviewed gave a lot of ideas and confidence to start my own business and I'll do it in few weeks

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Johnsrud

    Excellent read. I've been researching this topic for months on the internet. This book has also the ideas i gathered with a clear and effective way of putting them into action and get started on living the life you dream about. Excellent read. I've been researching this topic for months on the internet. This book has also the ideas i gathered with a clear and effective way of putting them into action and get started on living the life you dream about.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Zaire

    Gave practical, actionable steps on how one can build a business online, via any platform. You just have to be committed to one.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Love this book, and more specifically the action plan. I read it quickly to find out what it is all about. From today I'll start rereading it doing the suggested action steps. Here i come freedom! Love this book, and more specifically the action plan. I read it quickly to find out what it is all about. From today I'll start rereading it doing the suggested action steps. Here i come freedom!

  7. 5 out of 5

    C.R. Richards

    Quick read with lots of great information.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lucie

    Not too long or short. Decent advice and step-by-step guide. Great interviews with the big names who made it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kara

    Simple, clear, practical. Tips you can actually put in action. Looking forward to get a hard copy to take notes & take action. (Listened to the audio book)

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mo Coghlan

    Not completely useless.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sridhar

    I came across Jyotsna Ramachandran‘s, The Home Entrepreneur show podcast recently on iTunes and found it quite interesting. It was then I knew about her book The Job Escape Plan. It is a step by step manual of how to start a home business. There is a difference between being a freelancer and a home entrepreneur even though both have the luxury to work from home. The former earns by the hour while the latter’s business makes money even while sleeping. This book is based on the author’s journey fr I came across Jyotsna Ramachandran‘s, The Home Entrepreneur show podcast recently on iTunes and found it quite interesting. It was then I knew about her book The Job Escape Plan. It is a step by step manual of how to start a home business. There is a difference between being a freelancer and a home entrepreneur even though both have the luxury to work from home. The former earns by the hour while the latter’s business makes money even while sleeping. This book is based on the author’s journey from a desk job to an entrepreneur. She speaks about finding meaning in her work and avoiding the mistakes first-time entrepreneurs tend to do. Everyone’s definition of freedom varies. Some prefer a flexibility in time or location. While some just need a vacation to recover from a burnout. Not everyone wants to quit their job and start their own business. A fair bit of self-introspection is required to figure this one out. Besides if everyone became entrepreneurs, then who would work for them? Jyotsna goes on to bust many myths surrounding entrepreneurship such as having no time, money, experience and so on. The digital economy has made it infinitely easier to start a business as compared to 20 years ago. Sure starting a pharmaceutical company and an internet based business are different ball games, but it is still possible to start small. Some of the business ideas pointed in the book are – blogging, podcasting, making youtube videos, Kindle publishing, Amazon physical products, Udemy courses and creating mobile apps. Jyotsna has profiled various entrepreneurs who have made a mark in each of these areas. They share their war stories, business models, how to get going and other insider tricks. The Q & A format keeps the narration brisk. It can be noted that this book is more of a guide to start and run an internet based business from the comfort of one’s house. The only possible exception would be being a seller on Amazon. While it does involve internet expertise, but the crux of the business involves finding and sourcing the items to sell. Dealing with manufacturers half way across the globe in China is not always an enjoyable experience. Creating and selling information products allows the flexibility to work from any location as long as there is a reliable internet connection. The section about preparing for the niche chosen is quite informative and gives the initial kick needed to step out of the comfort zone. The instructions about setting up a home business like managing a virtual team are similar to The 4 hour workweek by Tim Ferris. It contains detailed information to remotely manage a business and is quite an informative read. Starting a business is tough because there a million things to juggle. If it were easy, everybody would do it. We can read a hundred books about entrepreneurship and startups but nothing works until we do the work. All said and done, a desk job is no way inferior. If you find satisfaction in it, then by all means continue. If you wish to escape the desk, know that the escape velocity is definitely lower now. So strap on your seat belts and get, set, go.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eric J. Gates

    Feel unappreciated in your job? Lost interest in your work? Wake up every morning with that nagging feeling you are wasting your potential? Then Jyotsna Ramachandran’s book ‘Job Escape Plan’ is just the place to take that next step. In an easy-to-follow format the reader is taken through a seven-step process to refocus their working life as an entrepreneur. The book is packed with practical tips backed up by real case interviews from people who have cut ties with the ‘conventional’ office-based Feel unappreciated in your job? Lost interest in your work? Wake up every morning with that nagging feeling you are wasting your potential? Then Jyotsna Ramachandran’s book ‘Job Escape Plan’ is just the place to take that next step. In an easy-to-follow format the reader is taken through a seven-step process to refocus their working life as an entrepreneur. The book is packed with practical tips backed up by real case interviews from people who have cut ties with the ‘conventional’ office-based business model to work for themselves using the Internet as their vehicle. A number of years ago I made this same decision as well as adopting the career I had always wanted to undertake and looking back on all the mistakes I made as I stumbled forward, I now wish this author’s book had been available back then. Even so, I found in in pages, numerous suggestions that sparked many an idea of how I can improve the business model I now employ. Definitely worth a read!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Alan Hardy

    Great book for people who want to escape their jobs and do something more meaningful with their lives. By setting up an online home business, you can live out your dreams. The author outlines seven steps on the road from being an employee to becoming an entrepreneur, and overcoming the 'employee mindset' in order to set up your own business. There is a wealth of detail and advice, outlined in an ordered and accessible way, with, in particular, the need to take advantage of online opportunities, Great book for people who want to escape their jobs and do something more meaningful with their lives. By setting up an online home business, you can live out your dreams. The author outlines seven steps on the road from being an employee to becoming an entrepreneur, and overcoming the 'employee mindset' in order to set up your own business. There is a wealth of detail and advice, outlined in an ordered and accessible way, with, in particular, the need to take advantage of online opportunities, for example the prime importance of blogging, podcasting, YouTube, Kindle publishing, and online courses in the furtherance of an online business career. Check this book out if you want to change your life and realize your dreams!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kwame Holbrook

    I was really torn about how to rate this book. Parts of it I really liked. The interviews were great; it was nice to have a free audiobook, and I liked how the process was laid out. Good practical tips for a scary endeavor! I'm not sure how to put into words what I didn't like so much. Maybe it was the emphasis on online businesses. Maybe it was the type of online businesses. Those particular businesses remind me of the dot com phenomena 20 years ago -- I think they're on a bubble that's going t I was really torn about how to rate this book. Parts of it I really liked. The interviews were great; it was nice to have a free audiobook, and I liked how the process was laid out. Good practical tips for a scary endeavor! I'm not sure how to put into words what I didn't like so much. Maybe it was the emphasis on online businesses. Maybe it was the type of online businesses. Those particular businesses remind me of the dot com phenomena 20 years ago -- I think they're on a bubble that's going to pop. But that could just be my own insecurities. There's a lot of good, so I settled on 4 stars.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Reg Shell

    Positive mental attitude and how-to tips. Jyotsna Ramachandran’s practical book Job Escape Plan: The 7 Steps to Build a Home Business, Quit your Job and Enjoy the Freedom, is all good common sense and positive attitude essential to success. There is nothing in this book that I’d disagree with. What I loved was the variety of ideas offered. There is more than one route to build success.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    It is so nice to see a woman writing in this niche! Ramachandran is very readable and provides a plethora of thoughtful information. I'm not sure that she has a plan for escaping your job as much as a lot of suggestions for possible avenues to pursue. She also provides a long list of excellent resources to follow up on if you wish to learn more. It is so nice to see a woman writing in this niche! Ramachandran is very readable and provides a plethora of thoughtful information. I'm not sure that she has a plan for escaping your job as much as a lot of suggestions for possible avenues to pursue. She also provides a long list of excellent resources to follow up on if you wish to learn more.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Kelley

    Great resource book I enjoyed the interviews with each of the 7 experts. I wanted to find out more about your transition. There are not many women and especially minority women in this space.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marina Aris

    Well written with useful ideas. It's a good starter resource for how to build a home business. Well written with useful ideas. It's a good starter resource for how to build a home business.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kirsty Mawer

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

  21. 4 out of 5

    Srihari

  22. 5 out of 5

    Daniel

  23. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Lusk

  24. 4 out of 5

    Somnath Chakravarty

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jeff

  26. 5 out of 5

    William Cunningham

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Aukes

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nilisha

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chad Black

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