At the Indie Business Network, we help you design a business around the kind of life you want to live. It's so freeing to be able to build a business that suits your life, complete with only those things that make your heart sing. Nothing more and nothing less. That's why we're so excited about our next Indie Business Book Club pick, The Minimalist Entrepreneur.
In our next read, we will explore the fact that your business does not need to comply with other people's notions of success in order to actually be successful. It only needs to comply with your definition of success.
As long as you have a product or service that people want to buy, cover your costs, maintain more assets than liabilities, and have a flexible business plan, you can maintain you can build a business that suits just about every aspect of your life. You don't have to have any more bells and whistles than you want to have. You can grow as big, or stay as small as you want.
And if minimalist is what you want, you can do that too. And that's what this book is all about.
What you'll learn …
In addition to enjoying a fresh and affirming entrepreneurial perspective, here are some of the things you'll learn by reading this book with us:
- How to own a business that doesn't own you
- The best strategies to start minimal — and stay that way
- Ideas to build a minimalist income stream to complement and expand your existing Maker business
- … and so much more!
The reading plan progresses in our private Entrepreneur Members Facebook Group.
The graphic below displays our easy reading schedule.
About Sahil Lavingia
Hired by Pinterest at the age of 18, Sahil Lavingia was a software engineer and the company's second employee. In 2011, shortly before Pinterest went public, Sahil left the company to launch Gumroad, a platform for creators to sell digital downloads, ebooks, courses, and membership subscriptions. An angel investor, painter, and writer, Sahil resides in Beaverton, Oregon.
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Buy The Minimalist Entrepreneur
Of course, you can also purchase the book at your favorite local book store or check it out of your local library.
Are you ready? Let's do it.
If you're not familiar with the Indie Business Book Club, you can click here for more information.
If you're a member of the Indie Business Network, make sure to join us in our private Entrepreneur Members Facebook group to get started.
If you're not an IBN member, what are you waiting for? Join now and enjoy the book club and tons of other benefits to help you and your business become better every day.