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The Only Guide You Need to Stop Wasting Your Potential and Create a Kickass Career You Care About Daniel DiPiazza, the young founder of the massively popular Rich20Something.com, was once a typical twentysomething, logging mind-numbing hours at low-paying jobs in hopes of moving up. Then it hit him: This doesn't have to be my life. Now twenty-eight, DiPiazza has launched The Only Guide You Need to Stop Wasting Your Potential and Create a Kickass Career You Care About Daniel DiPiazza, the young founder of the massively popular Rich20Something.com, was once a typical twentysomething, logging mind-numbing hours at low-paying jobs in hopes of moving up. Then it hit him: This doesn't have to be my life. Now twenty-eight, DiPiazza has launched multiple successful businesses with zero startup capital--simply by identifying and monetizing his skills into a career and life he loves. And with this book, so can you. Rich20Something is not some boring spiel on -paying your dues-; it's about hustle. Instead of inching your way up the traditional career ladder, DiPiazza teaches you how to hack it, sharing hard-earned advice, anecdotes from other entrepreneurial badasses, and step-by-step techniques for turning your best skills into a business you're passionate about that pays well to boot, including success secrets like: - The three questions that will help fail proof your business idea - How to ruthlessly prioritize, focus, and -ride the Motivation Wave- to get your gig going - Promotion strategies that literally make you money while you sleep - Owning the online game on every platform, from ten followers to 500,000 It's time to toss out your parents' career guides (sorry, mom and dad). Rich20Something is the only book you need to blaze your own path to an epic career and start getting the most out of your life now.


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The Only Guide You Need to Stop Wasting Your Potential and Create a Kickass Career You Care About Daniel DiPiazza, the young founder of the massively popular Rich20Something.com, was once a typical twentysomething, logging mind-numbing hours at low-paying jobs in hopes of moving up. Then it hit him: This doesn't have to be my life. Now twenty-eight, DiPiazza has launched The Only Guide You Need to Stop Wasting Your Potential and Create a Kickass Career You Care About Daniel DiPiazza, the young founder of the massively popular Rich20Something.com, was once a typical twentysomething, logging mind-numbing hours at low-paying jobs in hopes of moving up. Then it hit him: This doesn't have to be my life. Now twenty-eight, DiPiazza has launched multiple successful businesses with zero startup capital--simply by identifying and monetizing his skills into a career and life he loves. And with this book, so can you. Rich20Something is not some boring spiel on -paying your dues-; it's about hustle. Instead of inching your way up the traditional career ladder, DiPiazza teaches you how to hack it, sharing hard-earned advice, anecdotes from other entrepreneurial badasses, and step-by-step techniques for turning your best skills into a business you're passionate about that pays well to boot, including success secrets like: - The three questions that will help fail proof your business idea - How to ruthlessly prioritize, focus, and -ride the Motivation Wave- to get your gig going - Promotion strategies that literally make you money while you sleep - Owning the online game on every platform, from ten followers to 500,000 It's time to toss out your parents' career guides (sorry, mom and dad). Rich20Something is the only book you need to blaze your own path to an epic career and start getting the most out of your life now.

30 review for Rich20something: Ditch Your Average Job, Start an Epic Business, and Score the Life You Want

  1. 5 out of 5

    Spencer Borup

    Doesn't get into helpful specifics until the last third, with the majority of the book instead focusing on cliché self-help jargon. The author also came off as a bit of a dick, in a way that felt like he was trying to appeal to his Millennial alpha-male audience. Pro-tip: If you start your book with an anecdote of you coming home with an envelope of cash, pouring it on the bed and fucking your girlfriend on it, then the one or two times you mention the word "ethical" in the book will sound a bit Doesn't get into helpful specifics until the last third, with the majority of the book instead focusing on cliché self-help jargon. The author also came off as a bit of a dick, in a way that felt like he was trying to appeal to his Millennial alpha-male audience. Pro-tip: If you start your book with an anecdote of you coming home with an envelope of cash, pouring it on the bed and fucking your girlfriend on it, then the one or two times you mention the word "ethical" in the book will sound a bit forced.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Henrik Haapala

    To do instead of college (suggestions): · Travel the world · Start a business · Volunteer extensively · Become fluent in a new language · Create art · Compete in a sport · Become an expert in something that fascinates you · Write a book 3 question validation: 1. Is there competition in my space? 2. Are my competitors making money? 3. Can I do my product/service/idea differently and/or better? If, yes on these questions --> you have a good business Lessons: · Read more books - a lot more · 3 question validati To do instead of college (suggestions): · Travel the world · Start a business · Volunteer extensively · Become fluent in a new language · Create art · Compete in a sport · Become an expert in something that fascinates you · Write a book 3 question validation: 1. Is there competition in my space? 2. Are my competitors making money? 3. Can I do my product/service/idea differently and/or better? If, yes on these questions --> you have a good business Lessons: · Read more books - a lot more · 3 question validation works · Developing focus · You and i have skills · Freelancing --> entrepreneurship · You and i spend time on the internet, adults spend 20 hours/week, why not make money on it? · There is unique opportunity today · Evolve, be adaptable Recommended books: · Mastery, Robert Greene · Scrum, Jeff Sutherland · The Art of Learning, Josh Waitzkin · Deep Work, Cal Newport · The Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz · Meditations, Marcus Aurelius · (Books mentioned: One Simple Idea, Stephen Key) 7 different ways online businesses make money: 1. e-commerce 2. Affiliate marketing 3. Google, AdSense, banner ads 4. Drop shipping 5. Software as service, app development 6. Content partnerships 7. Digital information products (recommended) Quotes: "what was it like to start a business during the late 1800s? In a word, brutal. … Entrepreneurship just a hundred years ago was literally feast or famine. There was no such thing as a "lifestyle" business. Work from the beach? John D Rockefeller would laugh in your face! Make your own hours? Andrew Carnegie might slap you! It was kill or be killed." p.33 "If the Carnegies, Rockefellers, and Vanderbilt's of the world were alive today, they would be ALL OVER these opportunities. But they aren't alive - you are. Now it's your turn to take advantage. This is your unique opportunity in history to take control of your destiny." 7 maxims for growth: 1. I can always improve 2. I persevere when I am frustrated 3. I don’t run from mistakes; I learn from them 4. I am inspired by people who succeed 5. I can learn anything that want to 6. I can make a difference with my effort and my attitude 7. I like to challenge myself

  3. 4 out of 5

    Robert G. Loden

    I have to disclose that I won this book on goodreads. I entered so that I could give this to my neighbors adult son. He is wondering without a clue. After doing a quick peruse. I gave it to his dad. So he can give it to his son. Maybe this is the kick start he needs. I'm already 65. Not going to do much for me at this stage in my life. But if it can help Keith. Then we, you and I, will help to pay it forward. Thanks again.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Steve Eakin

    Daniel packed in some serious knowledge into this book... like a modern 4 Hour Work Week. It's full of relevant and, above all, useful nuggets on how to be successful in today's economy at any age. Making money online isn't some mythical and mysterious process available to tech geniuses and marketing gurus! This book lays it out in plain english and sets realistic expectations backed up by the pro's who have done it successfully already. I can count on 1 hand books that kept me up late and had aw Daniel packed in some serious knowledge into this book... like a modern 4 Hour Work Week. It's full of relevant and, above all, useful nuggets on how to be successful in today's economy at any age. Making money online isn't some mythical and mysterious process available to tech geniuses and marketing gurus! This book lays it out in plain english and sets realistic expectations backed up by the pro's who have done it successfully already. I can count on 1 hand books that kept me up late and had awake early to get in some extra reading time, and this is one of them. It's in my top 2 or 3 business books of all time.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    DD is like a cool breeze. Love his outlook and fun yet practical logic. I enjoyed reading this book as it is inspiring me to be take action and do what I fear most. I am beyond pumped to tackle this week thanks for writing this! Pearls of wisdom: your attitude determines your altitude Consistency compounds like interest over time Legacy business lifestyle business Don't be a do nothing bitch Your network is your networth The only thing I've had to sacrifice is everything I'm still learning how to ap DD is like a cool breeze. Love his outlook and fun yet practical logic. I enjoyed reading this book as it is inspiring me to be take action and do what I fear most. I am beyond pumped to tackle this week thanks for writing this! Pearls of wisdom: your attitude determines your altitude Consistency compounds like interest over time Legacy business lifestyle business Don't be a do nothing bitch Your network is your networth The only thing I've had to sacrifice is everything I'm still learning how to apply knowledge No fucks given Weird salesey tension He's someone I continually look to for guidance Success is doing what's awesome to you Money hungry savages Legally destroy If you don't find a way to make money while you sleep you will work until you die Trying to appear just busy enough to avoid having your work ethic questioned I was hoping you could shed some light on your career and how you got to where you are today me was it a stroke a luck or strokes of genius I want to know what it took? I am beyond pumped A good mental attitude is being happy most of the time We will never be better then we believe we can What's the most important thing you've had to sacrifice to get here? What was your biggest excuse you had to overcome? What's something about who you are that has massively contributed to your success? What's the one piece of advice you'd go back and say to yourself on the day you started your business? What's something you though you'd never have to know that ended up being crucial to your success? What's your why? Ruthlessly prioritize

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dan Rice

    Pretty good book, with a lot of valuable insight into how someone can start a freelance or online business without much startup capital. Daniel did a decent job of bringing in other sources’ opinions, but I felt like some of the content was very clearly skewed toward what types of business he likes personally. It would’ve helped to have others contribute to the sections about starting creative businesses or the other fields he’s not interested in personally to give a more well-rounded view. Howev Pretty good book, with a lot of valuable insight into how someone can start a freelance or online business without much startup capital. Daniel did a decent job of bringing in other sources’ opinions, but I felt like some of the content was very clearly skewed toward what types of business he likes personally. It would’ve helped to have others contribute to the sections about starting creative businesses or the other fields he’s not interested in personally to give a more well-rounded view. However, this book gets major points for bringing up tangible, genuine ideas for how the reader can get into freelance and entrepreneurship and what the barriers to entry really are, rather than vague advice that doesn’t help anyone like many other business books offer. Plus it’s well-written and is more engaging because Daniel’s voice really shines through. Definitely check it out if you’re interested in escaping your 9-5!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kiran Alugonda

    “$ You don’t need to go to college to make an impact on the world. You just need Wi-Fi, a laptop, and a lot of coffee. $ The longer you stay in school, the bigger your loans get and the more money you end up giving the government. So it’s in the government’s interest to keep you in college. $ There are so many exciting alternatives to college and one of them might even lead to you finding your “life’s work.”

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mark Manderson

    A good read, some good takeaways. Ruthlessly prioritize! Ignore the noise and focus on only what matters!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Liberty

    I have been a long time follower of Daniel's blog, Rich20Something. I follow him on the various social media outlets, and I was psyched when he said that he was releasing a book. I knew that it'd be pretty great - and he hit it out of the park with the book's content! What I appreciate about this book is that there are plenty of actionable steps to use when starting out on your entrepreneurial journey. One thing that keeps entrepreneurs in the "wantrepreneur" category is overloading themselves on I have been a long time follower of Daniel's blog, Rich20Something. I follow him on the various social media outlets, and I was psyched when he said that he was releasing a book. I knew that it'd be pretty great - and he hit it out of the park with the book's content! What I appreciate about this book is that there are plenty of actionable steps to use when starting out on your entrepreneurial journey. One thing that keeps entrepreneurs in the "wantrepreneur" category is overloading themselves on "business advice" books without thinking,"Hey, I actually don't have concrete steps to get started." Another thing that keeps people in the "wantrepreneur" category is trying to be fancy and keep up appearances with their creation. They think that have to come up with this grand scheme that looks really nice, or their business idea/execution will be inadequate. Rich20Something shows otherwise. You've just got to get started. Oh, and read Rich20Something. Then you'll have a sure strategy for success. DiPiazza doesn't give out this high-minded advice that he has never tried himself. To the contrary, this entire book is filled with his entrepreneurial journey - and he's using those experiences to demonstrate his tried-and-true principles to help others to succeed. The book is a wonderful read, and has already helped me immensely in my journey of figuring out what to do as an entrepreneur and how to do it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Meagan B

    I'm rating this book as 5 stars because it told me exactly what I needed to know at the right time in my life. If you're like me and you're finally ready to start something of your own to get more out of life then you'll benefit from reading this book. It is for absolute beginners in business - those who have already started their entrepreneurial journey will find it too simple although Daniel does address limiting beliefs that everyone would benefit from. Key messages: -Everyone should have mult I'm rating this book as 5 stars because it told me exactly what I needed to know at the right time in my life. If you're like me and you're finally ready to start something of your own to get more out of life then you'll benefit from reading this book. It is for absolute beginners in business - those who have already started their entrepreneurial journey will find it too simple although Daniel does address limiting beliefs that everyone would benefit from. Key messages: -Everyone should have multiple income streams -Find the intersect of your skills and your passions and start freelancing -As long as you are more skilled relative to someone else - you can sell your services, make money, and grow your business as you become better at what you do. -You don't have to work twice as hard as your 9-5 to make 2, 3, 4, even 5x the amount of money -The difference between freelancing and entrepreneurship is that entrepreneurs make a PASSIVE income -Digital information products are the key to making passive income

  11. 4 out of 5

    Steven Lam

    A self-help book that urges millennials to be creative, pursue goals and provide value to others. For example, the author suggests instead of absorbing content all the time, create content. Share something valuable to others, which in turn, provides more meaning to your life. Drawing from his experience, Daniel emphasizes that this requires hard work. He suggests to start by building a side-hustle, and eventually "ditching your average job" to pursue this side-hustle full-time. The author provid A self-help book that urges millennials to be creative, pursue goals and provide value to others. For example, the author suggests instead of absorbing content all the time, create content. Share something valuable to others, which in turn, provides more meaning to your life. Drawing from his experience, Daniel emphasizes that this requires hard work. He suggests to start by building a side-hustle, and eventually "ditching your average job" to pursue this side-hustle full-time. The author provides some unique insights and justifications that I have not read elsewhere. I found this book to be a quick, easy, and informative read - highly recommended for young adults who need that extra push of encouragement to pursue the life they want.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Swapnil Dhabekar

    Here's a book written by millennial 'Daniel DiPiazza' he has distilled almost everything one needs to get started and run his business online.. I've got a big clarity on what passive income is and freelancing is before this I was considering both as same both are part of online business but there's a huge difference between them. Lot's of successful people who have built there business online has freely shared their insight and given some advice before starting. So if one is really confused on w Here's a book written by millennial 'Daniel DiPiazza' he has distilled almost everything one needs to get started and run his business online.. I've got a big clarity on what passive income is and freelancing is before this I was considering both as same both are part of online business but there's a huge difference between them. Lot's of successful people who have built there business online has freely shared their insight and given some advice before starting. So if one is really confused on what is Online business all about. Go for it to have basic knowledge. Although I was already knowing few things from it but on some concept I really got deep understanding.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Elisa

    Wow, such a motivating and inspiring book that offers hope to millennials like me, that they can pave roads for themselves. I read this in three days, and that's quick for me. I'm going to use many of Daniel's helpful tips for starting a freelancing business in my area and gradually scaling up. Daniel's voice comes through in this book, and is engaging and supportive like an older brother who genuinely cares for your success. Also, I'm definitely reading more books like these. It makes me wonder Wow, such a motivating and inspiring book that offers hope to millennials like me, that they can pave roads for themselves. I read this in three days, and that's quick for me. I'm going to use many of Daniel's helpful tips for starting a freelancing business in my area and gradually scaling up. Daniel's voice comes through in this book, and is engaging and supportive like an older brother who genuinely cares for your success. Also, I'm definitely reading more books like these. It makes me wonder what else is out there to learn! 5 stars all the way. Wish me luck on my first freelancing business!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Angelico Ringor

    This is a book written by a millennial- for a millennial. Don't get me wrong, it's not an insult. As a millennial myself, we are often stuck between thinking and doing. This book does a great job of lighting a fire under our butt and forces us to move forward and just do what we need to do. For this reason alone, it's worth 4-stars. This may not contain the end-to-end steps on how to get the job/life that you want, but it's a good start. If you're a millennial and you're lost, or stuck, this book This is a book written by a millennial- for a millennial. Don't get me wrong, it's not an insult. As a millennial myself, we are often stuck between thinking and doing. This book does a great job of lighting a fire under our butt and forces us to move forward and just do what we need to do. For this reason alone, it's worth 4-stars. This may not contain the end-to-end steps on how to get the job/life that you want, but it's a good start. If you're a millennial and you're lost, or stuck, this book is for you.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Charity Henesy-Brooks

    There were some good nuggets in here. As a beginning entrepreneur I need all the help I can get. And it was an easy read; his tone is conversational. But I do wish he'd I interviewed even one female business owner. And aside from stating that "it won't be easy" and " it takes a lot of hard work", he didn't discuss the hard parts of running a business: time management, finances, fatigue, creative blocks.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I think there are good pieces of advise in here, I especially liked the you don't have to do a-b-c route to get somewhere. You can go straight to a-c! I think learning this early on and learning there are often more options to choose from for yourself is a good way to start thinking. I'm learning more about personal finance right now so this wasn't exactly the book I was looking for but I thought it was a good read. ~Ashley

  17. 4 out of 5

    Colona Public Library

    I think there are good pieces of advise in here, I especially liked the you don't have to do a-b-c route to get somewhere. You can go straight to a-c! I think learning this early on and learning there are often more options to choose from for yourself is a good way to start thinking. I'm learning more about personal finance right now so this wasn't exactly the book I was looking for but I thought it was a good read. ~Ashley

  18. 5 out of 5

    Brian Ambrosini

    I was hesitant to start this book at first. Partly the title and the author's age, gave off a "it's another book about the same thing". The author Daniel, gives some good advice. Albeit, mostly suited for people my age, but its concrete. Sure there is a lot of mindset stuff, but he gives some serious actionable advice. I also enjoyed how he reinforced being a normal guy...Really gave off a feeling he does believe anyone can do it. Great book on a different perspective.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Zack Quaderer

    I felt there was a lot of filler information in the book. There was some useful information towards the end but, a lot of this book could be found in other self help books. If this genre if book is something you are just starting it would be a good read however, if you have read any self help/entrepreneur books before there is a lot of recycled content.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shan

    Amazing book! This was such a great read! It’s for anyone who is look to jump start their business and live life on their own terms. Daniel has provided so much information that it’s basically foul proof. I’ll definitely recommend this book to any entrepreneur who is just starting out. So insightful!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tee Ee Ngiam

    Quick read, within 2 days I finish the whole book. Easy read, he preaches that digital product or online courses are what makes him rich, more like a guru stuff or something, teach people something and make people pay for what you teach stuff like that. I like this book is because it is a combination of mindset and practical actions tips!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Trevor Carss

    I liked the principles of the book, grab a copy if you'd like to learn how to live life on your own terms. Just make sure you take action with what Daniel suggests, or else you'll stay where you are now.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Julieanne Baker

    I picked this up on a whim.... and kept reading because he was not only making good points but also shining a light on my own personal reasons and insecurities about starting my own business. Lots of really great info and advice in this book

  24. 5 out of 5

    joshua esters

    A must read Changed my mindset, immediately! Bought my first domain before finishing the book. I'm on my way. Good read for the young and "old"

  25. 4 out of 5

    ferhat

    One of many. Don't read, build instead.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    One of the most inspiring and thought provoking books I have read in my life. I will be a lifelong fan.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Manoj Bhatia

    A very good Business Skills learning Book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michael Tsai

    (Chinese version) 也許是因為我已經看過一些關於創業的書,而且自己也已經有了一些點子,正嘗試付諸實行,所以覺得這本書對我幫助不大。我以略讀的方式,不到兩個小時讀完。 如果你不想一直當個朝九晚五的上班族,卻又不知該如何跳脫目前的困境——沒點子、沒信心、沒計畫,那麼這本書也許對你有幫助。

  29. 4 out of 5

    Fitaddictnl

  30. 5 out of 5

    Fran

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