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You can follow the beaten path and call yourself an entrepreneur or you can blaze your own trail and really be oneWhen Derek Sivers started CD Baby he wasn’t planning on building a major business He was a successful independent musician who just wan. Why am I enjoying entrepreneurship books this much now

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Anything You Want

22 millionSivers didn’t need a business plan and neither do you You don’t need to think big; in fact it’s better if you don’t Start with what you have care about your customers than yourself and run your business like you don’t need the mone. Ok so I read this because apparently everyone in web development has been raving about it and I am not really that blown away I don t know why I had such a different experience from others but most of the things said in this book just seemed common sense to me I didn t feel like it is a very special wisdom he is sharing he is just stating the obvious at least for me It might be to with the fact that I am currently listening to the Simon Sinek s book and a lot of ideas are really the same Or it might do with the fact that I have never heard of his company and didn t have the emotional connection to it Anyway it was a nice and uick read and I think I might give it a re read at some point but I don t really feel like my ground has been shaken and I should change the way I live work care and believe

Derek Sivers ↠ 7 summary

Ted to sell his CDs online When no one would help him do it he set out on his own and built an online store from scratchHe started in 1998 by helping his friends sell their CDs In 2000 he hired his first employee Eight years later he sold CD Baby for. I like Derek Sivers a lot He has fantastic stories and has great advice I love to read his stuffHowever reading this book made me realize that he is of a product of survivorship biasThis book was filled with two types of lessons good business advice and then advice that happened to work for Derek SiversI couldn t tell the two apart


10 thoughts on “Anything You Want

  1. says:

    The first time I ever spoke to Derek Sivers I accused him of ripping me offI had seen his great TEDx video called Why You Need to Fail and I wrote him to complain Jokingly of courseI told him I wrote THE book on failingDerek gives his e mail address on his website and he couldn't have responded uicker or have been nicer or have used a amusing adverb to explain why he hadn't heard of my book Holy crap That's aw

  2. says:

    A couple of Derek Sivers storiesMy first CD Baby order was #17697 for 8 discs in 2000 When I got the now famous colorful shipment notice I thought I’d actually been the first brand new customer to order as many as 8 albums I thought the email had been crafted for me in particular I felt specialA little later I

  3. says:

    Why am I enjoying entrepreneurship books this much now?

  4. says:

    Awesome little book I will keep re reading I love the opening pages 10 years of experience in 1 hour This book is written by Derek Sivers who started a business called CDbaby that he later sold for 22 million One of my favourite parts of the book was the graph at the beginning showing the monthly sales over 10 years of his business In analysing it one thing I really appreciated was the steady but slow growth

  5. says:

    I like Derek Sivers a lot He has fantastic stories and has great advice I love to read his stuffHowever reading this book made me realize that he is of a product of survivorship biasThis book was filled with two types of lessons good business advice and then advice that happened to work for Derek SiversI couldn’t tell the two apart

  6. says:

    Seth Godin recommended this book for every entrepreneur I just bought it in kindle formatIt's introduction tell

  7. says:

    Ok so I read this because apparently everyone in web development has been raving about it and I am not really that blown away I don't know why I had such a different experience from others but most of the things said in th

  8. says:

    Amazing little book of mostly unconventional entrepreneurship wisdom Highly recommended

  9. says:

    uick read but insightful The basic premise as I understood it is to spend your life doing things that bring you happiness which is not as straightforward as it seems Too often we spend our time doing what we think will make us happy or what we think others expect from us or what society dictates that we do This book isn't

  10. says:

    I have loved reading Derek Sivers' essays for the longest time And even though I've read some of the ones mentioned in the book before they were still as fresh and thought provoking as everI listened to the audio book narrated by Mr Sivers hi