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In Funnel Theory: How To Build an Online Sales Machine, author Jonathon Kendall shares with the reader steps to help you grow your business at terrific levels. The author s well versed in entrepreneurship and related topics and exhaustively covers every aspect of a business. In his book, Kendall aims to enlighten beginners on running a successful business and growing an empire. The author discusses in-depth the funnel theory and how it has helped entrepreneurs in their entrepreneurship journey. I like how the author introduces the subject of funnel theory and breaks it down for rookies.
One of the most remarkable features of the author is how he disseminates information. Kendall is smooth and thorough. The terms used in the book are easy to comprehend, and effort was placed on expounding heavy jargon and technical words. As a result, this educational book virtually exposes you to a different side of entrepreneurship and tries unexplored areas the same.
The author starts by explaining his funnel theory and writes about how to boost sales. In entrepreneurship, sales funnels is the term used to refer to the path customers take when buying goods or products. The author smoothly illustrates sales funnels excellently, giving one the impression of being in a business class.
Kendall brings the human element to his writing by incorporating his personal journey. The author writes of his beginnings and keeps the reader engrossed by discussing the extensive steps he took and the rewards he got. I appreciate the author for being honest. He bases his conclusions on real-life experiences and gives readers the confidence they need when setting up a business. Apart from being blunt and open to the reader, one can tell that the author is sincere in his quest to enlighten the masses on the Funnel Theory and that he profoundly values entrepreneurship.
Funnel Theory: How To Build an Online Sales Machine is an eye-opening read. The book is short, but the information shared by the author is invaluable. For example, how is your website set up? Are you active on social media? How do your products compare to your competitors? Are you customer-oriented? How do you improve our presence online? Kendall answers these and many other questions in his book.
Pages: 162 | ISBN : 979-8-9859946-0-5
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Harvard Can’t Teach What You Learn from the Streets
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Samuel Liebman welcomes you to the world of real estate in an unorthodox but interesting way. His eye-opening book, Harvard Can’t Teach What You Learn from the Streets: The Street Success Guide to Building Wealth through Multi-Family Real Estate steps away from information traditionally taught in the classroom. Instead, it focuses on taking readers into the world and experiencing firsthand what goes into real estate. The author is raw, honest, and does not shy away from the hard topics. Sam Liebman is open with his life, career, engagements, and how he interacts with professionals in the industry.
The topics in the book are significant in today’s world. The chapters are distinctly titled, and the author makes it easy for the reader to follow his work. The subject matter is broken down into lessons that are accessible for all. The intent is to prevent novices from making the same mistakes others made. Once you read this thought-provoking book, you will understand just how passionate Sam Liebman is about Real Estate. There is no elitism in his text, no patronizing tone even when addressing those that are new, and no brushing off of issues affecting Real Estate.
Chapters include information on analytical concepts in the real estate business, basic methods to increase property value, and decreasing property’s operating expenses were my favorite. The author will give you a clear sight of just how things are and what needs to be done to benefit both clients and realtors.
I appreciate the author for talking about cap rates. The last chapter has everything you need to know about changes in cap rates, issues that lead to a low cap rate environment, cap rates in the 90s vs. 2000s, and much more. Readers will feel enlightened by the end of this educational book and will be able to make an impartial decision about properties.
Harvard Can’t Teach What You Learn from the Streets is an objective and informative look at the real estate market. Readers will learn practical, real-life information that can help them advance in this field.
Pages: 354 | ASIN : B09M7TZMT6
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