If you want to learn from people who raised millions from top investors like Mark Cuban, Jerry Yang, from people who give Ted talks, go on Shark Tank, get invited to the World Economic Forum, who are on the list of Forbes 30 under 30, this is the book for you.
This book is a short guide for people in their twenties trying to create a company in America. It includes 21 successful founders. In it, each founder covers about two out of the 13 topics below to share their opinions and personal experiences from when they started their own business.
- How do you start a company?
- Resources, experiences, strength?
- Co-founder, teammates and mentorship?
- Supporting yourself (financial independence and mentality)
- Competition & trend
- Product, operate & manage
- Raise money & business model
- Scalability & growth
- Sales & marketing
- Dealing with failures
- Value, self-improvement & future advice
What members say
- Darnell Chapman
Brilliant work by author Grace Gong: Inspirational
What made the experience of listening to The Last Key to Success the most enjoyable?
The fact that this gives you the raw and honest truth about how to become successful in the world today. I can relate as I am in the under 30 crowd and want to be an entrepreneur, this give me great incite.
Who was your favorite character and why?
All stories were really good!
Have you listened to any of Linnea Sage and Paul Skye Lehrman ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No I haven't but they are great! Voices are majestic if you ask me.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Keys to Success 101.
Any additional comments?
Would highly recommend!