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This is the road map to a seven-figure business . . . in one year or less The word “entrepreneur” is today’s favorite buzzword, and any aspiring business owner has likely encountered an overwhelming number of so-called “easy paths to success.”  The truth is that building a real, profitable, sustainable business requires thousands of hours of commitment, grit, and hard wo This is the road map to a seven-figure business . . . in one year or less The word “entrepreneur” is today’s favorite buzzword, and any aspiring business owner has likely encountered an overwhelming number of so-called “easy paths to success.”  The truth is that building a real, profitable, sustainable business requires thousands of hours of commitment, grit, and hard work. It’s no wonder why more than half of new businesses close within six years of opening, and fewer than 5 percent will ever earn more than $1 million annually. 12 Months to $1 Million condenses the startup phase into one fast-paced year that has helped hundreds of new entrepreneurs hit the million-dollar level by using an exclusive and foolproof formula.  By cutting out the noise and providing a clear and proven plan, this roadmap helps even brand-new entrepreneurs make decisions quickly, get their product up for sale, and launch it to a crowd that is ready and waiting to buy.  This one-year plan will guide you through the three stages to your first $1 million: The Grind (Months 0-4): This step-by-step plan will help you identify a winning product idea, target customers that are guaranteed to buy, secure funding, and take your first sale within your first four months.  The Growth (Months 5 - 8): Once you’re in business, you will discover how to use cheap and effective advertising strategies to get your product to at least 25 sales per day, so you can prove you have a profitable business.  The Gold (Months 9-12): It’s time to establish series of products available for sale, until you are averaging at least 100 sales per day, getting you closer to the million-dollar mark every single day. Through his training sessions at Capitalism.com, Ryan Daniel Moran has helped new and experienced entrepreneurs launch scalable and sustainable online businesses. He’s seen more than 100 entrepreneurs cross the seven-figure barrier, many of whom go on to sell their businesses.  If your goal is to be a full-time entrepreneur, get ready for one chaotic, stressful, and rewarding year. If you have the guts to complete it, you will be the proud owner of a million-dollar business and be in a position to call your own shots for life.


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This is the road map to a seven-figure business . . . in one year or less The word “entrepreneur” is today’s favorite buzzword, and any aspiring business owner has likely encountered an overwhelming number of so-called “easy paths to success.”  The truth is that building a real, profitable, sustainable business requires thousands of hours of commitment, grit, and hard wo This is the road map to a seven-figure business . . . in one year or less The word “entrepreneur” is today’s favorite buzzword, and any aspiring business owner has likely encountered an overwhelming number of so-called “easy paths to success.”  The truth is that building a real, profitable, sustainable business requires thousands of hours of commitment, grit, and hard work. It’s no wonder why more than half of new businesses close within six years of opening, and fewer than 5 percent will ever earn more than $1 million annually. 12 Months to $1 Million condenses the startup phase into one fast-paced year that has helped hundreds of new entrepreneurs hit the million-dollar level by using an exclusive and foolproof formula.  By cutting out the noise and providing a clear and proven plan, this roadmap helps even brand-new entrepreneurs make decisions quickly, get their product up for sale, and launch it to a crowd that is ready and waiting to buy.  This one-year plan will guide you through the three stages to your first $1 million: The Grind (Months 0-4): This step-by-step plan will help you identify a winning product idea, target customers that are guaranteed to buy, secure funding, and take your first sale within your first four months.  The Growth (Months 5 - 8): Once you’re in business, you will discover how to use cheap and effective advertising strategies to get your product to at least 25 sales per day, so you can prove you have a profitable business.  The Gold (Months 9-12): It’s time to establish series of products available for sale, until you are averaging at least 100 sales per day, getting you closer to the million-dollar mark every single day. Through his training sessions at Capitalism.com, Ryan Daniel Moran has helped new and experienced entrepreneurs launch scalable and sustainable online businesses. He’s seen more than 100 entrepreneurs cross the seven-figure barrier, many of whom go on to sell their businesses.  If your goal is to be a full-time entrepreneur, get ready for one chaotic, stressful, and rewarding year. If you have the guts to complete it, you will be the proud owner of a million-dollar business and be in a position to call your own shots for life.

30 review for 12 Months to $1 Million: How to Pick a Winning Product, Build a Real Business, and Become a Seven-Figure Entrepreneur

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bartosz Majewski

    I have bought this audiobook as a thank you to the author. I have been listening to his podcasts for I don't know how many years now and have not been able to send some money towards him for the service he has provided me with. Unfortunately, he did not disappoint. The book is really basic and easy to understand. The method is down to earth and even an average John Smith with no technical or business background will understand the steps. An additional plus for the fact that the author is reading I have bought this audiobook as a thank you to the author. I have been listening to his podcasts for I don't know how many years now and have not been able to send some money towards him for the service he has provided me with. Unfortunately, he did not disappoint. The book is really basic and easy to understand. The method is down to earth and even an average John Smith with no technical or business background will understand the steps. An additional plus for the fact that the author is reading the book (could not see it any other way after years of listening to his voice in the podcast form) Highly recommended.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ken E.

    If you need a kick in the rear on how to grind, market, and eventually sale your business to the highest bidder, Ryan book will definitely do that. It gave me the necessary renewed energy to work hard and make sure I'm doing the work to put money in my pocket everyday. A recommended book if you are stuck in a rut or need next steps on growing your business. If you need a kick in the rear on how to grind, market, and eventually sale your business to the highest bidder, Ryan book will definitely do that. It gave me the necessary renewed energy to work hard and make sure I'm doing the work to put money in my pocket everyday. A recommended book if you are stuck in a rut or need next steps on growing your business.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Brian Sachetta

    As the title suggests, this one’s all about scaling a business to $1,000,000 in revenue in twelve months or fewer. But not just any business — specifically, one centered around physical products that you create or secure from wholesalers and sell online. While this one’s not specifically marketed as a book on “Fulfillment By Amazon” (FBA) businesses, it does feel like it’s supposed to be. Though the author stresses the importance of owning your channels and not relying on any one marketplace in p As the title suggests, this one’s all about scaling a business to $1,000,000 in revenue in twelve months or fewer. But not just any business — specifically, one centered around physical products that you create or secure from wholesalers and sell online. While this one’s not specifically marketed as a book on “Fulfillment By Amazon” (FBA) businesses, it does feel like it’s supposed to be. Though the author stresses the importance of owning your channels and not relying on any one marketplace in particular, it still reads as if it’s talking about such businesses. Not a huge deal, just worth noting. Okay, so onto the content itself. I really enjoyed the first half of the book. It’s pretty inspirational. It talks about what it means to be an entrepreneur, creating value, taking chances, and, eventually, cashing out. That first half is mostly the high level of why you get into the game in the first place. The second half is a little more of the brass tacks. It talks about how to determine what kinds of products to sell, where to sell them, how to think about your audience, and so forth. While I think that second half is probably more “useful” for those starting online businesses, I do think it’s a bit drier than the first. All in all, however, the combination of high-level and low-level information here makes this one a real winner. It’s exciting, enlightening, and helpful. Though I don’t think any book can truly promise business success, I still think all readers interested in the subject will get a good amount out of this one. -Brian Sachetta Author of “Get Out of Your Head”

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chloë Forbes-Kindlen

    This is a great read if you are looking to sell physical products, especially on Amazon. I had no idea how that all worked before reading this book. I really appreciated the way it combined the mindset shifts required with the practical step by step processes.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra Zhang

    Such a fun-filled, pragmatic and engaging read. Every page kept me flipping to the next! I enjoyed Ryan’s crisp writing style. Super stoked to take this refreshing perspective into building a real business!

  6. 4 out of 5

    oscar

    Fluff & more Fluff Nothing concrete all pie in the sky. I got BAMBOOZLED into buying this abysmal eBook because the author said something that struck a chord with me. After I purchased the Million $$ nonsense it was all downhill.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    Moran blends insights gained from his personal journey in entrepreneurship with the stories of other self-starting entrepreneurs to construct a high-level formula for establishing and growing a product brand business. Different parts of this book will resonate with different people, but for me the strongest insight comes in Step One: focus on people, not products. That is, don't think of yourself as selling a widget, think of yourself as serving a particular audience, for whom that widget solves Moran blends insights gained from his personal journey in entrepreneurship with the stories of other self-starting entrepreneurs to construct a high-level formula for establishing and growing a product brand business. Different parts of this book will resonate with different people, but for me the strongest insight comes in Step One: focus on people, not products. That is, don't think of yourself as selling a widget, think of yourself as serving a particular audience, for whom that widget solves a problem. You can then focus on tailoring that widget to the needs of those customers, and then later releasing additional products for your audience. The only real criticism I have of 12 Months to $1 Million is that it's not obvious until you dig in that it's exclusively focused on physical products sold online. Though some insights can cross over, this is not a guide for SaaS and brick/mortar retail entrepreneurs.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nadir Kabir

    Loved it! Amazing book. I learned a lot. Make a lot of sense once you have experienced it first hand. Loved it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Robert Gebhardt

    This is probably a great book for anyone who: A) sells physical goods to B) end consumers (as opposed to other businesses). If you are in a B2B business or wish to enter one, then there is next to nothing for you here. If you sell a service to end consumers, there are probably still many good tips. In fact, I plan on implementing them for my online courses, so we'll see how that goes. Some of my (copious) notes. I haven't put them in order yet: It's not about your product, but your customer. Unde This is probably a great book for anyone who: A) sells physical goods to B) end consumers (as opposed to other businesses). If you are in a B2B business or wish to enter one, then there is next to nothing for you here. If you sell a service to end consumers, there are probably still many good tips. In fact, I plan on implementing them for my online courses, so we'll see how that goes. Some of my (copious) notes. I haven't put them in order yet: It's not about your product, but your customer. Understand your customer Where does your customer hang out? (who else does he/she follow/listen to?) Create a promotional video (even on your phone, find tutorials online) Find an influencer (around 10K followers) to promote it (and/or your product) Stack the deck. Find people who will buy before you launch (1,000 fans, 100 friends, 1 microinfluencer). Get to 100 sales on launch day. Goal: Get 10 reviews Next: See what your customer will want next (CV? Networking? Translation agency? Sales?) All courses need to follow a trend. What type of person do I want to be (what type of brand/business)? - What do I want to be? Find influencers with 10K followers. (similarweb.com). Make a list of 10 people you can talk to. GIVE them something. What will help them. Stage 1 1. Find your core customer (this should make you cut off a good portion of your customers). Make your core customer love your product 2. Outline 3-5 products your core customer buys (that you can create later) 3. Choose first product 4. Share your progess. (document your journey). Where your audience can see. 5. 6. Stack the deck (even with ads for first few hundred fans). Find influencer with 10K followers 7. Take an order as quickly as possible Stage 2. Growth 1. Does your audience want your product? They like it but sales are slow (need marketing to right people?) 2. Think small. Get 1 review today. Make one customer happy. Post EVERY good piece of feedback on Social media 3. Cultivate a core group of buyers (VIP list? FB group? 4. Use PPC ads Stage 3: Launch as many products as you can Advertise via influencers and audiences Make relationships Pay yourself (so you can work fulltime in business) take strategic risks

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jan Ryen

    I don't usually write such a negative review, but this book is a complete fantasy. I dare anyone to show me the real numbers from a real business where the owner is not already famous or have unlimited funding, where they have started as an unknown company with $0 in funding, zero followers etc. and actually done this more than once (I.E. it's repeatable and not a fluke or fad). What the examples describe is gross revenue without expenses. Unless you have a magical product with a 65% margin that I don't usually write such a negative review, but this book is a complete fantasy. I dare anyone to show me the real numbers from a real business where the owner is not already famous or have unlimited funding, where they have started as an unknown company with $0 in funding, zero followers etc. and actually done this more than once (I.E. it's repeatable and not a fluke or fad). What the examples describe is gross revenue without expenses. Unless you have a magical product with a 65% margin that sells like hot cakes from day one, no payroll, no rent, no operating expenses, no COGS (manufacturing costs) and no subcontractors to pay, insurance, accounting and legal fees, then getting 4 x 25$ products to make $1000000 is easy, just sell 110 products on average from the very first day and have no expenses what so ever... Unfortunately in the real world things don't work that way. I dare anyone to go get the financial projections workbook from SCORE or from a real business and plug in the numbers. I would love to see a business which can work the way this book describes. The number you want to focus on as a seller is Net Profit. Anyone can look good with Gross Revenue... The rest of the book is filler material you can read online or in any other business startup or finance book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Zach White

    If I could only ever recommend one book to an entrepreneur hungry for their next wild dream to be branded, created, built and scaled into a million dollar, fully functioning, successful reality; I introduce 12 Months to $1 Million. This book is the definitive guide on the roadmap to the closest thing you will ever find to a roadmap to successful entrepreneurship, including the communities to visit along the way, the detours to avoid, the potholes that will arise, the views to see and the spots wh If I could only ever recommend one book to an entrepreneur hungry for their next wild dream to be branded, created, built and scaled into a million dollar, fully functioning, successful reality; I introduce 12 Months to $1 Million. This book is the definitive guide on the roadmap to the closest thing you will ever find to a roadmap to successful entrepreneurship, including the communities to visit along the way, the detours to avoid, the potholes that will arise, the views to see and the spots where fuel will run low but to push forward. I am using this as a base for my company I am starting this year. I will document and run it using this book as the foundation and feel comfortable knowing it has my back in giving me the best chance possible. If you have EVER even CONTEMPLATED taking that idea that lingers in the back of your mind and turning into a reality, please. Read this book and change your life.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Rodriquez

    I only give a 5 star rating to those books that change my life. In that, I mean, they change my way of thinking, have introduced a completely new concept, or have informed me of a process that I didn't know of before, and as a result, have changed my life moving forward. This is one of those books! Ryan Daniel Moran has crafted a strategy that will inform and align you toward a path toward $1 million in 12 months. While this book is geared with those looking to create, build/manufacture, and sell I only give a 5 star rating to those books that change my life. In that, I mean, they change my way of thinking, have introduced a completely new concept, or have informed me of a process that I didn't know of before, and as a result, have changed my life moving forward. This is one of those books! Ryan Daniel Moran has crafted a strategy that will inform and align you toward a path toward $1 million in 12 months. While this book is geared with those looking to create, build/manufacture, and sell a tangible product, the concepts can still be related to those of us with intellectual and digital products. Being adaptable is the name of the game and as we all know in business and in life, we must adapt or die. Read Ryan's book if you're looking for a step by step process of how to create, manufacture, and sell a product that you believe in all while reading powerful case studies of failure and success!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Barry Mulligan

    This guys voice reminded me of those YouTube ads to get quick rich. In spite of that and in spite of the cheesiness of some sections it was a good book with some solid advice. Some of it similar to the advice in "The 4 Hour Work Week" and he even references this book in some chapters. The two books differ in that the 4 Hour Work Week is about getting a business up and running to meet your monthly bills and allow you to live free, this book is more about building a business in order to sell it. I This guys voice reminded me of those YouTube ads to get quick rich. In spite of that and in spite of the cheesiness of some sections it was a good book with some solid advice. Some of it similar to the advice in "The 4 Hour Work Week" and he even references this book in some chapters. The two books differ in that the 4 Hour Work Week is about getting a business up and running to meet your monthly bills and allow you to live free, this book is more about building a business in order to sell it. It's correct in that even if your business has solid sales your personal bank account mightnt be flush as most of the money you make would go back into the business so the addition of the acquisition section of your business and advice here is good as you won't see see through value of how much your business is worth until you sell some or all of it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Homero Lopez

    Tactics and motivation I bought the kindle book in presale, I have followed Ryan for a year and love the transparency and the way he puts the human side and the other side of being an entrepreneur. Last year I started to sell suplements on Amazon here in Mexico not my brand. This year I started to create a brand in cosmetics, we have the website and we have some products almost ready to sell online. We are selling some of them at the clinic. I have a lot of questions around my head should I launch w Tactics and motivation I bought the kindle book in presale, I have followed Ryan for a year and love the transparency and the way he puts the human side and the other side of being an entrepreneur. Last year I started to sell suplements on Amazon here in Mexico not my brand. This year I started to create a brand in cosmetics, we have the website and we have some products almost ready to sell online. We are selling some of them at the clinic. I have a lot of questions around my head should I launch with 3 or more products, should I focus on the website.? Ryan gives guidance and answer this questions and more to helps us shorten the curve. My twelves months have started and will start with stacking the deck. Thank you Ryan

  15. 4 out of 5

    Aster Papazyan

    Yes, ... I do agree that the title is cliche … but this book has many excellent practical tips for start-up’ers. The best one is to have full and comprehensive understanding of your customer (segment, niche…). It is more important than your product. Moreover author is saying that you do not need to to invent new product at all. It is enough to adjust already existing on the market product to specific segment. I wanted also to mention that author underlines that money is only a measurement of suc Yes, ... I do agree that the title is cliche … but this book has many excellent practical tips for start-up’ers. The best one is to have full and comprehensive understanding of your customer (segment, niche…). It is more important than your product. Moreover author is saying that you do not need to to invent new product at all. It is enough to adjust already existing on the market product to specific segment. I wanted also to mention that author underlines that money is only a measurement of success and enabler for achieving many things, but not a goal in itself. So, if you starting up a business, then this book must be in your top 10, otherwise my recommendation is following: if you read more than 50 books a year, this book should be one of them.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Harri Tallinn

    It intends to be a practical step-by-step guide how to build a company, which can sell in Amazon 25 items a day in 1 year - and therefore making 1 million in 12 months. In general it is a great book, except author uses a lot of "I" approach - takes very often teacher and "I know it all role" and praises itself a lot. Also intro & setting the scene part for the book is 55 pages long, so just skip this self-appraisal part and start from there. Still it has some merits especially for a startup who It intends to be a practical step-by-step guide how to build a company, which can sell in Amazon 25 items a day in 1 year - and therefore making 1 million in 12 months. In general it is a great book, except author uses a lot of "I" approach - takes very often teacher and "I know it all role" and praises itself a lot. Also intro & setting the scene part for the book is 55 pages long, so just skip this self-appraisal part and start from there. Still it has some merits especially for a startup who wants to create physical products and sell them in Amazon - then this would be a great book to read and use the steps given there. So go for it!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alexander

    I don’t like business books and self-help books as their preachy, know it all voice/tone throughout a whole book is quite irritating- however randomly reading Ryan’s book was a relief from that common annoyance in the genre. Well paced and structured. Moments of being open about his experiences most people tend to hide was very refreshing. This book preaches the importance of social media trying to build the business; as someone without social media outside Goodreads and LinkedIn I found a decen I don’t like business books and self-help books as their preachy, know it all voice/tone throughout a whole book is quite irritating- however randomly reading Ryan’s book was a relief from that common annoyance in the genre. Well paced and structured. Moments of being open about his experiences most people tend to hide was very refreshing. This book preaches the importance of social media trying to build the business; as someone without social media outside Goodreads and LinkedIn I found a decent portion of the book would be challenging for me. Good, quick read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Frank Nemecek

    Roughly 15% of this book is what I would regard as empty rah-rah stuff. It fills content and might make you feel awesome for a few seconds. However, it has no sustained value. There's another 80% of this book that could be learned by looking at www.sba.gov or a few other sites. He cites original examples of someone who knows did things this way but the underlying lesson is something that is readily available elsewhere. But then there's the remaining 5%. That's the stuff that is truly original and Roughly 15% of this book is what I would regard as empty rah-rah stuff. It fills content and might make you feel awesome for a few seconds. However, it has no sustained value. There's another 80% of this book that could be learned by looking at www.sba.gov or a few other sites. He cites original examples of someone who knows did things this way but the underlying lesson is something that is readily available elsewhere. But then there's the remaining 5%. That's the stuff that is truly original and helpful. In my opinion, the book is worth reading just for that 5%.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cameron Neale

    If you've ever wanted to become an entrepreneur and create a business worth $1m, this is the plan to follow. There's no MLM or get-rich-quick content in here. Ryan simply explains that while the path is rough and has its ups and downs, the path is clear and almost anyone could follow it if they possess the drive to succeed. The book was captivating and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it end-to-end. Today I'll be taking a look through the free online resources for the book and following up with R If you've ever wanted to become an entrepreneur and create a business worth $1m, this is the plan to follow. There's no MLM or get-rich-quick content in here. Ryan simply explains that while the path is rough and has its ups and downs, the path is clear and almost anyone could follow it if they possess the drive to succeed. The book was captivating and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it end-to-end. Today I'll be taking a look through the free online resources for the book and following up with Ryan's podcast.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Luke Crane

    This book is incredibly inspiring, entertaining, and all-around practical knowledge on how to launch a product. Well I was a little disappointed that it focused on physical products, it gave me the kick in the butt I need it to move on some of the dreams that I have. If you have ever had that idea for some thing people need it but you never did anything about it, you need to read this book! On a sidenote, I really want to be friends with Ryan after reading this.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Juan Manuel Vera

    Great book, really great. I enjoyed every page of this book. His clear, focused and ready to implement. The methd developed by Ryan is logical , easy to understand and feasable. I could understand many important concepts like build a brand, acquire an audience and 1×30 X 25 sales per day ⇒ multiplied 3 to 5 times. I'm implementing those strategies and I hope very soon I could told you about my million dollar business Great book, really great. I enjoyed every page of this book. His clear, focused and ready to implement. The methd developed by Ryan is logical , easy to understand and feasable. I could understand many important concepts like build a brand, acquire an audience and 1×30 X 25 sales per day ⇒ multiplied 3 to 5 times. I'm implementing those strategies and I hope very soon I could told you about my million dollar business

  22. 4 out of 5

    Aarthy

    This book is written so well. Ryan writes as if he is standing right beside you being a mentor. This book was not boring, it was simple, effective step by steps instructions on how to develop a business. I also loved the case stories he provides of successful entrepreneurs. If you are looking for business books this should be one of the first reads.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Lail

    Some good tips to start a product (box moving) business. This focuses mostly on internet marketing type businesses (selling on Amazon, using influences, building a community/brand). Overall enjoyed the book and appreciate that with a lot of work and a targeted market with wants you can create something special fairly quickly.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Assaf

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book should be read twice. The book is packed with golden nuggets that should be remembered and not just highlighted during the first read. The process is definitely feasible, but not at all simple. As an Amazon seller, I can say that it took me 8 months to find a product, manufacture it and get it on Amazon, so following the same process to 3-5 products is a challenge. But doable.

  25. 5 out of 5

    James Kenney

    One of the best business books I’ve ever read. Lays out an amazingly simple way to make a million dollar business. Plus, the author is one of the best dudes ever. If you are interested in starting a business, BUY THIS BOOK!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Thomas

    Really great book as someone thinking about starting their own business. This book lays out a plan to follow and gives very practical steps to achieve your goals. Ryan doesn't say it will be easy but if you do the work and follow the plan, you will be successful. Really great book as someone thinking about starting their own business. This book lays out a plan to follow and gives very practical steps to achieve your goals. Ryan doesn't say it will be easy but if you do the work and follow the plan, you will be successful.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Donald W. Stewart II

    New to Entrepreneurship This book opened me up to some new ideas to older, more traditional business models. My wife and I found new ways to fund and scale our business ideas. We are eagerly looking forward to their implementation.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alexander

    Not sure what the fuss is about. There is not enough of the book tailored to finding audiences and what makes good products. You can't really get to One million very easily if the product isn't well defined in the first place. Not sure what the fuss is about. There is not enough of the book tailored to finding audiences and what makes good products. You can't really get to One million very easily if the product isn't well defined in the first place.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bertantezcan

    Very good book on setting up a successful Amazon based business. Easy to understqnd with clear steps. I recommend the audio book as the book is read by the author. He does not just read the book, he lives it moment by moment

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shane Wilks

    Decent book. He's combined a lot of information into a reasonable outline to reach your goals. More of a blueprint, you would use as you're building your business. I'll be using this as a reference tool. Decent book. He's combined a lot of information into a reasonable outline to reach your goals. More of a blueprint, you would use as you're building your business. I'll be using this as a reference tool.

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