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Saturday, 18 July 2015

The Entrepreneur Revolution- Review

Revolution! 


A term often used by corporations trying to market their latest products. 'It's a revolution in hair products', 'a revolution in comfort', or 'a revolutionary drink'. The meaning becomes lost with repetitive use.

What does it mean?


A revolution is an exciting change, a change that creates a new society, a new way of thinking, something that changes peoples' lives. Can you call a new drink revolutionary? No. Can you call a new T-shirt design revolutionary? No. Can you call the 'Entrepreneur Revolution' revolutionary? Yes!

The book will change your thought process. We are not just worker bees completing menial tasks, but free thinkers who create worthwhile projects.

Daniel Priestley will change your mindset. The Australian author and entrepreneur draws from both his own experiences and knowledge of his mentors to teach you that each individual has their own secret to success. The book will bring you through some great ideas and methods of doing business, such as the 'Ascending Transition Model' and the 'Global  Small Business'.

The style isn't that of an author, it is that of an entrepreneur; someone sharing their story, their ideas and their experience. If you are looking for a good read, something to motivate you and teach you, I would definitely recommend it.

If you are starting a business or just interested, go for it! I am not an avid reader, but I found it tough to put this book down.

The book is full of fresh ideas with a recurring theme of a change in the nature of production. The ideas are generally discussed, with a few looked into with more detail.

The book will make you look to the future, your future. You will think about your place in the Revolution and how you can create change.

A valuable resource for motivation, inspiration and planning. 


Entrepreneur Revolution- Daniel Priestley
Advertised Price: £12.99
Buy the book on Amazon (£9.09) by clicking this text. 

Review by J Stefan Devlin


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