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Breakout Blueprint: How to Find Your Passion, Take Action, and Build a Lifestyle Business

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Many of us live in a prison of our own making. We spend our lives dreading Mondays, looking forward to paychecks, and working longer hours, only to shoulder even more responsibility. It's a never-ending chase. Life doesn't have to be that way. It's time to stop going through the motions and start living. It's time to build a business that offers you freedom. After interviewi Many of us live in a prison of our own making. We spend our lives dreading Mondays, looking forward to paychecks, and working longer hours, only to shoulder even more responsibility. It's a never-ending chase. Life doesn't have to be that way. It's time to stop going through the motions and start living. It's time to build a business that offers you freedom. After interviewing more than 150 entrepreneurs, Doug Foley realized they all had one thing in common—and it wasn't a fancy job title, car, or house. Instead of building their lives around their businesses, they built their businesses around the lives they wanted to live. This book is your blueprint for following their lead. Using the four pillars of every successful business—passion, expertise, need, and value—Foley explains how you can break free from the typical 9-to-5 and create a deeply fulfilling career on your own terms.


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Many of us live in a prison of our own making. We spend our lives dreading Mondays, looking forward to paychecks, and working longer hours, only to shoulder even more responsibility. It's a never-ending chase. Life doesn't have to be that way. It's time to stop going through the motions and start living. It's time to build a business that offers you freedom. After interviewi Many of us live in a prison of our own making. We spend our lives dreading Mondays, looking forward to paychecks, and working longer hours, only to shoulder even more responsibility. It's a never-ending chase. Life doesn't have to be that way. It's time to stop going through the motions and start living. It's time to build a business that offers you freedom. After interviewing more than 150 entrepreneurs, Doug Foley realized they all had one thing in common—and it wasn't a fancy job title, car, or house. Instead of building their lives around their businesses, they built their businesses around the lives they wanted to live. This book is your blueprint for following their lead. Using the four pillars of every successful business—passion, expertise, need, and value—Foley explains how you can break free from the typical 9-to-5 and create a deeply fulfilling career on your own terms.

41 review for Breakout Blueprint: How to Find Your Passion, Take Action, and Build a Lifestyle Business

  1. 5 out of 5

    L Cole

    Very good book and easy read. I am not an entrepreneur but would like to be. This book is for people like me to get off the couch and use your skills to create something bigger than themselves.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Eichenberg

    It's easy to read and has great things in it. It repeats itself quite a bit but I guess that's because some people don't get it the first time they read it. I guess it gives good advice for people who already entered into a "normal" career with family and responsibilities and money and stuff. So I kinda felt as wrong in this target group. I haven't yet settled in life, I don't know what I'm really good at yet. I'd just wish there would be some good advice out there for people who haven't got 10 It's easy to read and has great things in it. It repeats itself quite a bit but I guess that's because some people don't get it the first time they read it. I guess it gives good advice for people who already entered into a "normal" career with family and responsibilities and money and stuff. So I kinda felt as wrong in this target group. I haven't yet settled in life, I don't know what I'm really good at yet. I'd just wish there would be some good advice out there for people who haven't got 10 years of experience in something yet and still want to open their own business.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ray Moss

    Could be made into a larger website article instead of packing it inside a book... High school students and maybe college students can benefit from the content of the book. Not for someone in their 30s and beyond though...

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