So where you are isn’t enough huh? It’s hard to spot opportunities when you see the same buildings everyday. So you decided to take your talents to another city to be on fertile soil. Well you are not alone from Sunset to Broadway there are people who chase their dreams or are motivated by taking on the world. It sounds great but, in reality the majority of people fail without some kind of financial backing. Even then they’ll still fail because they don’t have what it takes or the city takes everything out of them.
The single greatest factor in Daniel Freeman’s writing is that the information given feels more authentic than the garden variety self-help or how-to varieties; the advice given is told from a perspective of it being practiced and steeped in real-world experience. Having moved to several cities (and states) throughout my life, I understand completely the ideas presented: forgoing finding what seems similar to home in the new city in efforts to see how the natives live and reconning the city to not only gain a lay of the land but a grasp of what your future customer base looks, acts and most importantly spends like.
If your trying to get yourself together & and become self-sufficient. You’re tired of working under losers then HIS BOOKS ARE FOR YOU!!!