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How to Make Millions with Your Ideas An Entrepreneur's Guide

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Tep by step down that path on your way to fortune Discover The 8 best ways to make a fortune from scratch How to turn a hobby into a million dollar enterprise How to sell an existing business for millions The power of electronic media to help make you rich The Million Dollar Rolodex of contacts and information you can use to get on the road to wealth. The ideas and proven business models and successes in this book really helped me think about my own businesses and how to make money with them The book is older so some of it is outdated but no matter the platform for marketing and selling your product or service there are gems that can help you grow or build your business

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You've come up with a brilliant idea for a brand new product or service you know could make you rich Or maybe you currently own a business that pays the bills and your dream is to become a fabulous millionairre But how How to Make Millions with Your Ideas has all the answers This book is packed with the true stories and proven advice of ordinary peop. The goodNice read first 20 pages got me very inspired Around page 15 the author gives an example of how a plumbing company got around to providing service extraordinaire so to speak Also I found page 155 essentially the abstract of this book It's about a thief who sold information about how not to get robbed in a little booklet and a couple audio tapes tapes what are tapes I hear you asking I'll tell you about it in the 'the bad' section of this review After Mr Kennedy was done there were several products ranging from small to medium to large IE little booklets audio tapes a course with manual training video's training course on the job etc Ranging from tens of dollars to 1200 for the training courseThe badThis book is very very dated I mentioned the audiotapes right even though it came out in 1996 the author for example writes he has something against computers That attitude will get you nowhere these days Luckily he recommends the reader to get interested in the subject who could for instance go to a BBSCON to get information A BBSCON was a CONvention for Bulletin Board System operators and visitors But even in 1996 the BBS was on the way out with the rise of internetFurther he talks about how cool it is to get diskettes with magazines and about 'the recent development of the cd rom' which even in 1996 was already pretty common and disks were already on the way outAlso in the beginning of the book the product 'Fly Cake' is mentioned but I have not been able to find anything on the subject It almost feels like something was wrong with it and it got pulled of the market or it didn't exist in the first place and was used as a metaphorConclusion I read this book as it is one of four main recommendations of The Four Hour Workweek which I loved I like this book but if you read the first 20 pages and page 155 I think you get the gist as well You can skip the rest After all the talk about audiotapes I'm having a hard time believing the ideas in this book will work in 2013 and up

Dan S. Kennedy ´ 1 SUMMARY

Le who began with just an idea a simple product or a fledgling business and wound up with millions It examines the methods and principles of dozens of successful entrepreneurs including author Dan Kennedy's surefire easy to follow Millionaire Maker Strategies It helps you determine which of the three paths to success are best for you and guides you s. I found this book as Tim Ferriss recommended it one of his podcast episodes It's uite outdated and while the ideas may conceptually be applicable today they could be explained in a much easier fashion It's essentially a collection of business and marketing tactics that have worked for some individuals but without the details about why they worked so well It's hard to argue against that publicity on a radio channel is good for building awareness or that direct marketing may work very well The devil is in the detail and besides from the arguably numerous ideas I don't think there is much value in the book as the details of the execution are completely lacking


10 thoughts on “How to Make Millions with Your Ideas An Entrepreneur's Guide

  1. says:

    The goodNice read first 20 pages got me very inspired Around page 15 the author gives an example of how a plumbing company got around to providing service extraordinaire so to speak Also I found page 155 essentially the abstract of this book It's about a thief who sold information about how not to get robbed in a little booklet and a couple audio tapes tapes? what are tapes? I hear you asking I'll tell you about it in the 'the bad' section of this review After Mr Kennedy was done there were several products ranging from small to medium to large IE little booklets audio tapes a course with manual training video's training course on the job etc Ranging from tens of dollars to 1200 for the training courseThe badThis book is very very dated I mentioned the audiotapes right? even though it came out in 1996 the author for example writes he has something against computers That attitude will get you nowhere these days Luckily he recommends the reader to get interested in the subject who could for instance go to a BBSCON to get information A BBSCON was a CONvention for Bulletin Board System operators and visitors But even in 1996 the BBS was on the way out with the rise of internetFurther he talks about how cool it is to get diskettes with magazines and about 'the recent development of the cd rom' which even in 1996 was already pretty common and disks were already on the way outAlso in the beginning of the book the product 'Fly Cake' is mentioned but I have not been able to find anything on the subject It almost feels like something was wrong with it and it got pulled of the market or it didn't exist in the first place and was used as a metaphorConclusion I read this book as it is one of four main recommendations of The Four Hour Workweek which I loved I like this book but if you read the first 20 pages and page 155 I think you get the gist as well You can skip the rest After all the talk about audiotapes I'm having a hard time believing the ideas in this book will work in 2013 and up


  2. says:

    This book is a guide to making millions with your ideas by someone has done just that many times overKennedy guides you through the eight best ways entrepreneurs can make a fortune today using powerful marketing to turn an ordinary business into an extraordinary one; inventing or controlling profitable products; reinventing products; providing a service; creating saleable systems; direct marketing; information productsHis decades of successful business experience make this a practical guide It won't give you all the answers you need but a key skill of entrepreneurship is the ability to make things up as you go alongIf you're an entrepreneur or an aspiring one this book will show you how to make your millions


  3. says:

    This book gave me all the details I need if I ever want to start my own business which is a career I am interested in the future It talks about critical thinking and making the right choices to create a pathway to success in business and life


  4. says:

    I did a video review of this book a few years after I read the book I read some of my notes I wrote down And Wow So much wisdom and money clues in this book BAD ASSVideo Review


  5. says:

    If I had read this book 22 years ago when I was 9 it would have been explosively revolutionary As it stands today it reads like a collection of hackneyed blog articles The fact that the ideas that are so readily freely and widely circulated today can be found in this book is proof that they had efficacy even if they may not any The advice in this book boils down to a few pointsDon't reinvent the wheel You don't need to invent new products if you can make a lot of money repackaging or remarketing existing products to new people If an approach or idea already works use it rather than trying to do it yourself If you can get someone to do your work for you manufacturing marketing distribution etc then do so That's like 910 of this book The remaining 110 can be summed up as don't go broke learning why your idea or plan won't workIf this book had summed those ideas up as generally as I just did it would be a timeless classic Unfortunately the book mostly presents those ideas through specific methods While some of them may be valid direct to consumer advertising is still a hit as is relabeling existing products for sale and exploiting underused product features to break into new markets some of them have aged like hot milk the entire section on the internet for obvious reasons I may just take the author's advice here repackage the concepts of this book into modern terms and market it as If you're so smart why aren't you rich?


  6. says:

    I found this book as Tim Ferriss recommended it one of his podcast episodes It's uite outdated and while the ideas may conceptually be applicable today they could be explained in a much easier fashion It's essentially a collection of business and marketing tactics that have worked for some individuals but without the details about why they worked so well It's hard to argue against that publicity on a radio channel is good for building awareness or that direct marketing may work very well The devil is in the detail and besides from the arguably numerous ideas I don't think there is much value in the book as the details of the execution are completely lacking


  7. says:

    Repulsive title however great book Even though originally written in 1996 still lots of practical ideas to get you thinking about aspects of your own business possible growth options and improvements you can make And generally a fan or copywriting advertising and direct marketing this one is right up my alley


  8. says:

    The ideas and proven business models and successes in this book really helped me think about my own businesses and how to make money with them The book is older so some of it is outdated but no matter the platform for marketing and selling your product or service there are gems that can help you grow or build your business


  9. says:

    I'm a big fan of Dan Kennedy's work and many of the influencers I follow these days cite him as a key influencer for them tooI read this book as it was mentioned in Tim Ferriss' 4 Hour Work Week It's a great reference of ideas for creating and adding revenue streams to any business


  10. says:

    Old and outdated but a classic text on the hustle


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