The instant New York Times bestseller from Shark Tank star and Fubu Founder Daymond John on why starting a business on a limited budget can be an entrepreneur's greatest competitive advantage. Daymond John has been practicing the power of broke ever since he started selling his home-sewn t-shirts on the streets of Queens. With a $40 budget, Daymond had to strategize out-of-the-box ways to promote his products. Luckily, desperation breeds innovation, and so he hatched an idea for a creative campaign that eventually launched the FUBU brand into a $6 billion dollar global phenomenon. But it might not have happened if he hadn’t started out broke - with nothing but hope and a ferocious drive to succeed by any means possible. Here, the FUBU founder and star of ABC’s Shark Tank shows that, far from being a liability, broke can actually be your greatest competitive advantage as an entrepreneur. Why? Because starting a business from broke forces you to think more creatively. It forces you to use your resources more efficiently. It forces you to connect with your customers more authentically, and market your ideas more imaginatively. It forces you to be true to yourself, stay laser focused on your goals, and come up with those innovative solutions required to make a meaningful mark. Drawing his own experiences as an entrepreneur and branding consultant, peeks behind-the scenes from the set of Shark Tank, and stories of dozens of other entrepreneurs who have hustled their way to wealth, John shows how we can all leverage the power of broke to phenomenal success. You’ll meet: · Steve Aoki, the electronic dance music (EDM) deejay who managed to parlay a series of $100 gigs into becoming a global superstar who has redefined the music industry · Gigi Butler, a cleaning lady from Nashville who built cupcake empire on the back of a family recipe, her maxed out credit cards, and a heaping dose of faith · 11-year old Shark Tank guest Mo Bridges who stitched together a winning clothing line with just his grandma’s sewing machine, a stash of loose fabric, and his unique sartorial flair When your back is up against the wall, your bank account is empty, and creativity and passion are the only resources you can afford, success is your only option. Here you’ll learn how to tap into that Power of Broke to scrape, hustle, and dream your way to the top. New York Times Bestseller
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Exposing high-level governmental corruption, conspiracy, and murder has garnered plenty of attention for Christian Gillette, the young dynamo chairman of the famous New York private equity firm Everest Capital. Now the reputation he has built taking Everest to the top has been noticed beyond the boardrooms of high finance–by powerful people with potentially devastating agendas. Christian’s own attention is on Las Vegas, where he means to stake out a piece of the action by opening a new casino and launching an NFL franchise. But Sin City didn’t get its nickname for nothing, and the mob soon makes it clear that Christian’s company will have to pay if it wants to play in the nation’s gaming capital. Christian has already taken on corporate pirates and cold-blooded assassins and lived to tell about it, but crossing the underworld could do more than just kill his brilliant career. It could crush his chance to fulfill his late father’s political legacy. Dynamic U.S. senator Jesse Ford is the odds-on favorite to make history as the first black president. And the man he wants beside him in the red-hot race for the White House is Christian Gillette. But Samuel Hewitt, a Texas mogul with billions to burn, has another fate in mind for Christian: to be part of a shadow organization, powered by wealth and bound by dark secrets that has manipulated the course of American history for generations. As the pieces of Hewitt’s plot fall into place, and a twisted chain of intrigue, treachery, blackmail, and death gets tighter and tighter, Christian realizes–maybe too late–that in a grudge match between kingmakers hell-bent on victory at all costs, he may be the last pawn sacrificed. With The Power Broker, bestselling author Stephen Frey unleashes an ever-accelerating thriller that breaks the suspense barrier–and never stops.
The Power of Broke by Daymond John with Daniel Paisner | Summary & Analysis Preview: The Power of Broke emphasizes that money does not make the entrepreneur. Successful businesspeople seek creative solutions and are able to resolve challenges without simply buying their way out of them… PLEASE NOTE: This is key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of The Power of Broke · Overview of the book · Important People · Key Takeaways · Analysis of Key Takeaways
Praise for How Not To Go Broke at 102!"Talk about an idea whose time has come! This book is for the ages-all ages." -Sidney Zion, columnist, New York Daily News"Adriane Berg takes wealth building to a new level by providing encouragement to all with this fun and fact-filled guide to creating a truly wonderful life at any age. I would get this for every baby boomer I know . . . and their parents!" -Ed Slott, CPA, author of The Retirement Savings Time Bomb . . . and How to Defuse It"We know through our Brookdale Center on Aging how important it is for our elderly to take responsibility for issues related to their own finances and physical health. Ms. Berg covers all the bases from healthcare to financial security to the need to have rich personal relationships throughout all our years. People in all stages of life will benefit from her insightful book." -Jennifer J. Raab, President, Hunter College"How Not to Go Broke at 102! is a must-read for all those thinking about retirement. Adriane Berg is not only a highly thought-of financial advisor but also always seems to be ahead of the pack when it comes to her understanding of new trends in financial matters." -Lee Rosenberg, Principal, ARS Financial Services, Inc. and author of 50 Fabulous Places to Retire in America"How Not to Go Broke at 102! is a fascinating and eye-opening' read." -Thomas "Rod" McVeigh, Director, Human Resources, Konica Minolta U.S.A."How Not to Go Broke at 102! is a wake-up call for people of all ages. It is probably most appropriate for baby boomers and people approaching 60. However, the advice on financial planning, lifestyle, and general attitude is written clearly with a sense of humor and can be useful for anyone from their 20s until long into retirement age." -Kurt Hirschhorn, MD, Professor of Pediatrics, Human Genetics and Medicine Mount Sinai School of Medicine"I think this book, given the overwhelming trends, has been a long time coming. It will probably be one of the most valuable works of advice to come along this decade." -Edie Weiner, prominent futurist and President, Weiner, Edrich, Brown, Inc."Being a self-admitted procrastinator when it comes to sensibly planning my long-term financial future, I found How Not to Go Broke at 102! to be an invaluable source and Adriane a remarkable teacher." -Richard Hall, President and Executive Producer, Tele-Image Corporation
|Book Title||: A Journal Or Historical Account of the Life Travels Sufferings Christian Experiences and Labour of Love in the Work of the Ministry of that Ancient Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ George Fox|
|Author||: George Fox|
|Release Date||: 1800|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
The burden of Europe's private debt to this country is now greater than the burden of her war debt; and the war debt, with arrears of interest, is greater than it was the day the peace was signed. And it is not Europe alone. Debt was the economic terror of the world when the war ended. How to pay it was the colossal problem. -from "Cosmology of the Bubble" The names of the players are different, but these cautionary essays about massive national debt-written in the long wake of World War I and as the Great Depression was starting to make its horrible power fully known-are still fully applicable today. A powerful libertarian voice of the early 20th century, Garet Garrett, writing originally in the Saturday Evening Post, warned about the extension of American credit to a Europe staggering under a massive debt leftover from the financing of World War I... a situation echoed, if reversed, today as the overextended United States continues her rampant borrowing. Collected in book form, Garrett's writings are a cry for a retreat from financial insanity, a clear-eyed look at a complicated and little understood era of financial history, and perhaps an ominous warning for today. American journalist GARET GARRETT (1878-1954) also wrote The American Omen (1928), Rise of Empire (1941), and Garet Garrett's: The People's Pottage (later retitled Ex America) (1951).
Chosen by the American Society of Magazine Editors, the stories in this anthology include National Magazine Award–winning works of public interest, reporting, feature writing, and fiction. This year's selections include Pamela Colloff (Texas Monthly) on the agonizing, decades-long struggle by a convicted murderer to prove his innocence; Dexter Filkins (The New Yorker) on the emotional effort by an Iraq War veteran to make amends for the role he played in the deaths of innocent Iraqis; Chris Jones (Esquire) on Robert A. Caro's epic, ongoing investigation into the life and work of Lyndon Johnson; Charles C. Mann (Orion) on the odds of human beings' survival as a species; and Roger Angell (The New Yorker) on aging, dying, and loss. The former infantryman Brian Mockenhaupt (Byliner) describes modern combat in Afghanistan and its ability both to forge and challenge friendships; Ta-Nehisi Coates (The Atlantic) reflects on the complex racial terrain traversed by Barack Obama; Frank Rich (New York) assesses Mitt Romney's ambiguous candidacy; and Dahlia Lithwick (Slate) looks at the current and future implications of an eventful year in Supreme Court history. The volume also includes an interview on the art of screenwriting with Terry Southern from The Paris Review and an award-winning short story by Stephen King published in Harper's magazine.
General Clive Colin O'Reith has invested $200 million to bring a giant oilfield on line in Afghanistan. A new warlord has just taken over. The Shah in Persia is shaking on his Peacock throne. The pipeline runs through South Persia. If the Shah goes down, so does the oilfield. He needs powerful political influence DC to save his investment. Sir George P. Cardinal McDonough can sway the Pope (Paul VI). O'Reith is a friend of General Haig, Chief of Staff to President Nixon. Nixon is in big Watergate trouble. O'Reith offers to save Nixon if Nixon will help him save his oilfield. A deal is struck. Unfortunately their well laid plans miscarry.