About the Book
The advice available to budding entrepreneurs is sheer endless. Scratch that, it actually is endless. We know as we have interviewed thousands of entrepreneurs. And we have tried to analyze those interviews to present you only with the nuggets that are most relevant.
But truth be told, there is a lot of variety with the advice we received. And it wouldn’t be sincere to give you a few different nuggets telling you that if you follow just those, you’ll be successful beyond your wildest dreams. Not true.
Entrepreneurs succeed because of reasons that oftentimes are unique to them.
So we went through a couple thousand interviews and chose 365 pieces of advice that we think could be incredibly useful in your entrepreneurial endeavors.
Why 365? Well, maybe you can implement one per day. Or just think about one per day and then take one piece of advice to implement over the course of a month.
We have broken up the book into seven different sections.
- Habits The habits our entrepreneurs put into play that helps them get their stuff done.
- Growth Strategies and tactics our entrepreneurs use to grow their ideas, ventures and businesses.
- Productivity Tools and tips that help our entrepreneurs stay productive.
- Lessons What are some of the lessons our entrepreneurs have learned along the way, good or bad. No filters.
- Uncommon This advice might surprise you. It surprised us.
- One-Liners These short pieces of wisdoms are tweet worthy. And tweet length.
- Everything else A monstrous section on great advice that we had a hard time categorizing.
About the Author
Mario Schulzke is the founder of IdeaMensch, a community he started to help people bring their ideas to life. He is the Chief Marketing Officer at his alma mater the University of Montana where he also teaches in the business school. Before, Mario spent 10 years managing digital strategy teams at ad agencies up and down the West Coast. Mario is a first generation immigrant who came to America at the age of 16, much to the dismay of his family in Germany. In his free time, Mario fly fishes, plays soccer, runs, does triathlons, swims, lifts, rock climbs, backpacks, plays racquetball and does Crossfit. He is bad at all of the above. Mario owns a red house, a red car and a red scooter. His favorite color is orange