I love books, and especially business books that are jam packed with inspiration and actionable advice. This is definitely the case with Chris Guillebeau’s The $100 Startup, a tome full of bootstrapped startup success stories and lessons learned along the way.
I’m especially excited to be sharing this book review with you today because of a few reasons:
- I believe it is possible to build a bootstrapped startup, which means that you don’t need to get a huge bank loan or get venture capital funding. This book shows you how.
- I’m honored and thrilled to be featured as one of the case studies in the book, starting with my Raw Foods Witch business journey.
- I believe that this book covers one of the most difficult parts of starting a business: figuring out what you’re going to offer to customers, to ensure it’s something they want to buy.
Without further ado, here’s my book review of The $100 Startup.
Bootstrapped Startup Stories in The $100 Startup
Over To You Now… Any Bootstrapped Startup Stories To Share?
Chris Guillebeau interviewed hundreds of entrepreneurs for the book. Do you have a bootstrapped startup story that you’d like to share in the comments below?
Either way, I’d love to hear your advice for bootstrapping a business – either on the side of a full-time job or as a main gig but on a budget.
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