20 Must Read Blog Posts About Entrepreneurship I Wish I'd Written
Do you ever read something online and secretly think to yourself "I wish I wrote that"? It happens to me all the time.
So today, I'd like to reach back into the blog archives of some of the best writers on the web discussing online business, entrepreneurship, and living the life of a cubicle renegade.
Instead of reading a summary of what each essay is about and trying to determine which of them is a "must read", do me a favor and read them all. Then, reach out to the authors of the pieces that really hit home with you.
Some are long and some are short, but I recommend you take the time to read each of these posts this week. (Yes, I'm giving you homework.)
Here they are in no particular order...
1. How to Make Decisions by Amber Rae
2. The One-Page Career "Cheat Sheet" by Sarah Kathleen Peck
3. How to Suck at Launching a Product by Adam Baker
4. 20 Lessons from 2 Months of Solopreneurship by Jenny Blake
5. 27 Things I've Learned About Business in 27 Years by Sean Ogle
6. Qualifications by Chris Guillebeau
7. Entrepreneurship as a Lifestyle by Colin Wright
8. How to Get Rich by Mark Cuban
9. The Only 100 Words You Should Read Today by Pat Flynn
10. 14 Business Tips Nobody Told Me About by Dan Andrews
11. The 17 Habits of People Who Change The World by Scott Dinsmore
12. 5867 Words on Becoming a Conversion Machine: A Guide for Bloggers by Glen Allsop
13. How to Be Interesting by Jon Morrow
14. 8 Steps to Getting What You Want… Without Formal Credentials by Michael Ellsberg (on Tim Ferriss's blog)
15. Entrepreneurship: Year One by Matt Cheuvront
17. 3 Reasons to Never Take Another Job by Corbett Barr
19. Why Scale? Entreporn, Exits and End Games by Jonathan Fields
20. In Honor of the Fact that Life is Too Short by Danielle Laporte
Your Turn: What is the one blog post about entrepreneurship or business that you wish you had written? Let me know in the comments below this post.
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