Ever wished there was a manual for the kind of stuff that really happens when you first start a business?
You know, the frenzied work on everything that comes your way, the dry-mouthed panic during the fallow times, the frustration and worry of feast-and-famine earning…
And the crushing despair as your initial enthusiasm wanes in the face of the stress and you realise running a business never, ever stops?
Yeah, me too. So I wrote one.
This be it.
When I first started my business, I wished there was some kind of blueprint for clumsy, flawed business owners with big ideas, a great work ethic, and no real clue about what they were actually doing. You know, something that didn’t claim that “just a few simple tricks” would solve all your cashflow problems and make you a business goddess – or god – overnight.
Something that didn’t assume that just because you’re good at the thing you do (in my case, writing) that riches would follow like ants at a picnic.
This is that book. It’s a complete guide, warts and all, to how I grew my business from struggling along at the bottom of the heap to six figures and beyond in just six months. And how, if you put it into action yourself, you can do it too.
In essence, it’s the lazy tramp’s guide to getting a bucketload more done than you ever thought possible, despite the fact that you’d rather stay in bed and eat biscuits.