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How to Work for Yourself: 100 Ways to Make the Time, Energy and Priorities to Start a Business, Book or Blog

Posted on July 23, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

One of the fastest paths to success is starting a new project like a business, blog, book or some other creative endeavor. Side projects can result in extra income, greater fulfillment and even a more enjoyable career. If you aren’t creating something in your spare time, you aren’t reaching your full potential.

Unfortunately, most people can’t find the time, energy or correct life priorities to start and complete creative side projects. They keep putting off planning these projects, never finding out what they could have accomplished if they’d only created something.

Author Bryan Cohen is no stranger to creative productivity. He’s earned more than $35,000 in the past few years from his side business, Build Creative Writing Ideas. His 30 books, all of which were written in the past few years, have sold more than 20,000 copies. He achieved this success through the life-enriching tips he learned by reading dozens of books, attending multiple conferences and through his own trial and error.

He’s put in hundreds of hours of refining his creativity techniques so that you don’t have to. By using Cohen’s tips and tricks, you’ll start planning your business, book, blog or course in the next few days with optimized time, renewed energy and an improved balance in your life.

For purchasing this concise 16,000-word book, you’ll get an added bonus: 75% off access to Cohen’s online video course on the education platform Udemy.

It’s time to create your side project. Buy this book today!

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2 to “How to Work for Yourself: 100 Ways to Make the Time, Energy and Priorities to Start a Business, Book or Blog”

  1. R. Kinjo ""party like a rockstar"" says:

    Useless and filled with common sense Pros:*Great book cover and title (proves that great cover and titles gets conversions)*Paid $0.00*Will boost your confidence and self-esteem by realizing that anyone can write a bookCons:*Everything*Very generic advice and some without much thoughtHere is a sample of tips that are purely common sense and some that lack depth:*Tip #17 – 1 of the 5 tips for saving massive amounts of time is to “use your sick/vacation days to spend a week straight on your project”*Tip #19 – “Cut your lunch and dinner in half”*Tip #69 – “Work harder and smarter”*Tip #74 – “Look at your latest bank statements to find ways to cut cost”*Tip #92 – “Figure how to do it free or cheap”Maybe I should write a book titled “How to improve your life in 7 days”*Day #1 – Have a Plan*Day #2 – Eat Healthy*Day #3 – Exercise*Day #4 – Be Happy*Day #5 – Start a Business*Day #6 – Continue Learning*Day #7 – Go on Vacation

  2. J.V. says:

    A quick read with useful information **I’ve received a free copy of the book in return for an honest review**I had originally intended to rate it 3 stars, as my expectations of a book titled “How to Work for Yourself” were different to what I actually read. However, upon seeing the price and the subtitle, I firmly believe that implementing just one suggestion in the book will return many, many, many multiples of the investment and that the title is quite adequate.Before reading the book, I expected either a story of how a fictional young John Doe went from working a 9-to-5, to step-by-step laying out an action plan and carving the personal resources to execute it, or a standard multi-chapter long-form story on what the author did to move from working for someone else to working for himself. This book gave 100 ways (and then some) to prepare yourself mentally, physically, emotionally, and financially to undertake a side-venture. A minority of them were obvious, but some of them were tips that I never honestly thought of (at least no-one ever explained them to me in that way).

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