The Million-Dollar One-Person Business by Elaine Pofeldt is an insightful book that explores the increase in one-person businesses that earn at least one million dollars in revenue each year.
Readers who are interested in “joining the club” are sure to find value in this book.
I really like the colorful hardcover design of this book. It is a very well designed and put together book. Plus, this book is a very easy read. The length of the chapters are balanced, but it’s the content that makes for a seamless reading experience.
Elaine does a great job of exploring the journeys of business owners in six different industries: e-commerce, manufacturing, informational content creation, professional services, personal services firms and real estate. If readers have an interest in any of these industries, they will likely discover a handful of nuggets that they may consider applying in their businesses.
This book primarily delves into the stories and experiences of different business owners who’ve attained and surpassed the million-dollar revenue mark. There are few principles and how to’s sprinkled throughout, but it’s important for readers to know that this book is not a guidebook on how to make a million dollars. It’s more focused on informing readers that it’s possible to do and shares the experiences of a variety of people who have done it. Overall, I enjoyed this book and learned a number of new and interesting things from it.
If you would like to learn more, you can check the book out on Amazon.
I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.