New York Times best-selling author and social media entrepreneur Joel Comm reveals the secret to finding success in business: the pursuit of pleasure.
The demands of work and the fast-moving pace of technology wear heavily on employees and entrepreneurs alike. The "hustle and grind" lifestyle that most of us have bought into is simply unsustainable, leading to physical ailments, emotional burnout, and a darkness in the soul. Joel Comm has found a better way. In The Fun Formula, Comm demonstrates that the best path to success - in work and in life - is to focus on our passions, curiosity, and the things that bring us great pleasure. Doing so not only leads to more dramatic results, but to a more fulfilling life. Through stories and anecdotes from Comm’s life and those of others, famous and not, The Fun Formula reveals how subtle changes in our thinking and routine can enable us to design the life we truly desire: one of significance and joy.
What members say
Awesome reminder for all of us Entrepreneurs and..
Got the book after I saw several recommendations from social media.
Well, Joel Comm's kinda like a guru when it comes to the world of online entrepreneurship so I gave it a go.
And this book definitely delivered plus the awesome bonuses too. It over-delivered!!!
Joel reminds us that success doesn't come to those who worked the hardest. It comes to those who enjoyed it the MOST and which made them work harder at it. So technically, it doesn't become hard. (Sorry if I kinda confused you there!)
Anyway, you have to give this book a listen at least once a year. I've listened to it twice already and it has reminded me
WHY am I in this world in the first place.
So, if you don't have any extra credits yet, I encourage you to buy a couple and download this book.
Definitely, something that would add more productivity to you your business and at the same time make the wife and kids love you more.
So the headline should read: Awesome reminder for all of us Entrepreneurs and would be entrepreneurs.
P.S. You don't have to make a buck first before you call yourself an entrepreneur.
- Amazon Kunde
story of life<br />
realistic descriptions. pragmatic
he doesnt pray it.
this review is finished but audible wants 15 more words to submit it..so here the wanted 15 digits,words :)