Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Secret to Startup Failure - Book Review

book cover art for Startup Failure by Sonia Lin Secret to Startup Failure: Fail Fast. Fail Cheap. Fail Happy.
by Sonia Lin
Genres: Humor, Nonfiction, Self help

     Failure is a part of life. Successful people see failure as a learning experience, not as just another road block in this journey we call life. Author Sonia Lin uses humor to share what she has learned through such experiences and manages to make what could otherwise be a very dry subject, entertaining.

     In today's tenuous economic environment, jobs can be scarce and many people are dreaming of starting their own business. This can be a very daunting proposition and many people never make it past the dreaming stage. Is it because they are afraid to fail? Is it because they don't know where to start? You can find help with both within these pages. In fact reading this book could be the best place to start and it demonstrates that some businesses fail and it is not the end of the world. By giving examples of specific errors many start up entrepreneurs make, anyone who reads this book has a leg up towards avoiding failure.

     This book could be incredibly useful to anyone who has started their own business, wants to start their own business, or has been saying "maybe some day" longer than they would like to admit.

I give it 4 star review graphic 4 stars!

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