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The thing that s so different about Nathan Latka is that he digs into the nuts and bolts of how to really build your venture I ve read a lot of business books written by people who give advice for the started with a silver spoon crowd This book fits people like me who live in the real world I m a single parent who has hacked out a space in my market against some hard odds I m successful by some measures but need to pivot to scalable This book is the playbook for someone like me who is w The thing that s so different about Nathan Latka is that he digs into the nuts and bolts of how to really build your venture I ve read a lot of business books written by people who give advice for the started with a silver spoon crowd This book fits people like me who live in the real world I m a single parent who has hacked out a space in my market against some hard odds I m successful by some measures but need to pivot to scalable This book is the playbook for someone like me who is working on the road map of what s next and building scalable revenue streams and is eager to launch my next thing withprecision But for people who haven t taken the first step towards scalable income just read this to let Nathan brainwash you a little with a kind of mindset that is a level up from where most of us live Now the grit to pull this stuff off is up to you but for me, just reading listening to Nathan reminds me of my own fearlessness and helps me see what rules I can totally break and what to embrace The guidance on how to move away from the round the clock hustle and to increase the ROI on your time is really practical and broken down at a level that is actionable I m going to be recommending this to all of my friends who live in this upward trajectory space You ll really use this stuff Get the book Takeaway from this book Being good at talking, negotiating and shameless self promotion work. I liked this book a lot However, while Latka s examples were great, he did oversell his success and his methods have a time limit which he admits For example, he got to drive a 300k Rolls Royce Ghost rental for a day for free but he didn t get to keep it I have also read about other Instagram influencers trying his techniques with humiliating failure Aspeople learn of his techniques, those techniques will be less useful and the competition greater Still, it s a good read about what I liked this book a lot However, while Latka s examples were great, he did oversell his success and his methods have a time limit which he admits For example, he got to drive a 300k Rolls Royce Ghost rental for a day for free but he didn t get to keep it I have also read about other Instagram influencers trying his techniques with humiliating failure Aspeople learn of his techniques, those techniques will be less useful and the competition greater Still, it s a good read about what he did and how he did it to serve as an example for the reader to be prepared to identify opportunities The entire tone of the book comes off as an egotistical, wanna be, contrarian who wants to brag about his accomplishments and advertise his products.Each chapter starts off with a quote from someone of significant stature Nathan Latka quotes himself in one of the chapters Yep, that s what the readers are walking intoThis book has tons of problems First, the author is not well known enough to give advice to the readers about how to build capital So, to build credibility, the author constan The entire tone of the book comes off as an egotistical, wanna be, contrarian who wants to brag about his accomplishments and advertise his products.Each chapter starts off with a quote from someone of significant stature Nathan Latka quotes himself in one of the chapters Yep, that s what the readers are walking intoThis book has tons of problems First, the author is not well known enough to give advice to the readers about how to build capital So, to build credibility, the author constantly has to give us evidence of his success While the intent may have been genuine, he comes off as a poser there is literally a shirtless picture of the author in front of a fancy resort and he quotes himself These evidences of his success sometime overshadow the advice he is giving and reading this book feels like I am just reading about his acquisition of small startups.His advice given to the readers are polarizing, to say the least While I understand his intention is to make his readers think differently about being successful, these advices apply only in a very specific scenario, mostly in the tech world Significant portions of this book are repeated yes, the readers understood the importance of toptal, fiverr, and upwork for freelancing work The author tries to sell these services repeatedly The author was gracious enough to include a summary of his thoughts in the beginning of the book If the readers only read that portion, I think they would be fine not reading the rest of the book.I do like his emphasis on focusing on multiple projects income streams, purchasing already functioning businesses and not starting your own from scratch every time , creating a self sustaining business with little involvement, and focusing on creating busines that makes others lives easier I think the book does a poor job of giving specific steps for general public However, if the readers focus on getting the big picture, then they may appreciate this book [ READ E-PUB ] ♎ How to Be a Capitalist Without Any Capital: The Four Rules You Must Break To Get Rich ♷ You don t need to be Ivy League educated, have money, be creative, or even have an idea to get rich You just need to be willing to break the rulesAt nineteen, I founded a software company within my bank account Five years later, it was valued atmillion I don t consider myself exceptionally brilliant I just realized something few people know You don t need lots of money or an original idea to get really rich Now, I make than , in passive income every month, while also running my own private equity firm and hosting The Top Entrepreneurs podcast, which has thanmillion downloads This book will show you how I went from college dropout to member of the New Rich And I m holding nothing back You ll see my tax returns, my profit and loss statements, my email negotiations when buying and selling companies It s time to forget your grandfather s advice I ll teach you how to be a modern opportunist investor, entrepreneur, or side hustler by breaking these four golden rules of the old guardFocus on one skill Wrong Don t cultivate one great skill to get ahead In today s business world, success goes to the multitaskers Be unique Wrong The way to get rich is not by launching a new idea but by aggressively copying others and then adding your own twistFocus on one goal Wrong Focus instead on creating a system to produce the outcome you want, not just once, but over and over againAppeal to the masses Wrong The masses are broke k average net worth in America Let others cut a trail through the jungle so you can peacefully walk in and capitalize on their hard workBy rejecting these defunct rules and following my unconventional path, you can copy other people s ideas shamelessly, bootstrap a start up with almost no funding, invest in small local businesses for huge payoffs, and reap all the benefits Its a tool not a book So it should be on Goodtools instead of Goodreads.5 for making me think different. Loved his unconventional approach to building wealth Important to remember to consistently think outside of the box, and to never let your money sit Always look for new investments revenue streams This felt like a book I would write, including screenshots and details of how Nathan Latka set out to accomplish all of the topics he wrote in his book Overall it challenged many notions that I currently hold Here are a few of them Focusing on one thing gives you a single point of failure whether it s a job, an investment opportunity, or an entrepreneurial venture If that one thing fails you re destroyed, and you have to start again from scratch 8 Have you ever thought, Ugh, I woul This felt like a book I would write, including screenshots and details of how Nathan Latka set out to accomplish all of the topics he wrote in his book Overall it challenged many notions that I currently hold Here are a few of them Focusing on one thing gives you a single point of failure whether it s a job, an investment opportunity, or an entrepreneurial venture If that one thing fails you re destroyed, and you have to start again from scratch 8 Have you ever thought, Ugh, I would be rich if I d only come up with XYZ idea that is making that other guy millions Copy him You don t need your own idea Launching a new idea is actually a terrible approach to gaining wealth you have to pay for all the mistakes yourself Copying competitors isn t revolutionary It just seems outrageous because most people are scared to do it 8 Elon tries to have projects that help the other projects His electric car and solar tiles both tie into green energy Both product use lithium batteries to efficiently store energy Since he s generating such a huge demand for the batteries, he s building Gigafactory, a massive plant to service that demand He s created multiple proiducts that touch the same resource lithum ion power and he s leveraging economics of scale to bring his costs down 20 There is no BS in this book 2 for the month of April BEWARE The book is addictive, it was almost impossible to put it down once I started reading it Nathan shares a lot of specific details about how you can be a capitalist without capital Want to get sponsorship deals Get better deals by using your social media influence You will learn that and MUCHThe best part is that you will even get to see the specific emails and scripts that Nathan uses If you are tired of people saying the There is no BS in this book 2 for the month of April BEWARE The book is addictive, it was almost impossible to put it down once I started reading it Nathan shares a lot of specific details about how you can be a capitalist without capital Want to get sponsorship deals Get better deals by using your social media influence You will learn that and MUCHThe best part is that you will even get to see the specific emails and scripts that Nathan uses If you are tired of people saying they can help you get results, but they only share high level strategies, then this is the book for you Flow GREAT Read it in less than 24 hours Actionability GREAT You ll get a lot of specific scripts that you can use for many business activities Some of My Highlights That happens a lot The product is crap but the story is unbelievable People love to buy the story Time blindness is another common oversight We always project that things can be done faster than they actually can be done It s because we overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do in a year Think about this the average net worth of people under thirty five years old in the United States is 4,138 If you want to be rich and successful, you need to start breaking the rules Contrary to what lots of people say, there s nothing wrong with copying successful products and becoming a jack of all trades Add in a streamlined service that outsources humdrum tasks to others, and you re set all you have to do now is wait as your business takes root In the meantime, you can keep your head above water by getting the most out of your existing assets and saving money on travel Put all that togethe If you want to be rich and successful, you need to start breaking the rules Contrary to what lots of people say, there s nothing wrong with copying successful products and becoming a jack of all trades Add in a streamlined service that outsources humdrum tasks to others, and you re set all you have to do now is wait as your business takes root In the meantime, you can keep your head above water by getting the most out of your existing assets and saving money on travel Put all that together, and you have the makings of a luxurious life of plenty Actionable advice Find investment opportunities on the street Investing in a company is a tricky process After all, if you re not already an industry insider, you just don t know what to look out for So here s an alternative follow your nose and trust your gut One of the author s most successful investments is a hostel in Austin, Texas He loved the atmosphere and the motivated owners so much he just knew he had to get behind the venture That s a great example of one of the canniest investment strategies out there looking around and seeing who s building companies that look destined for success