One of our titles has received a good response from the blogging community, so this week we thought we’d put our spotlight on Young Guns: The Fearless Entrepreneurs Guide to Chasing Your Dreams and Breaking Out on Your Own by Robert Tuchman.
Adam McFarland wrote in his review:
This book really re-energized me and made me remember just how cool it is to start your own company and just how lucky my partners and I are.
The Midwest Book Review said this:
His inspirational account of how he did so with no investors and no money makes for an inspiring account perfect for any business collection.
Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur wrote this in their review:
I read the book in a single sitting. It is an extremely well laid out book and flows seamlessly from chapter to chapter. The entire book is based on one very powerful question ” Why not me? ” It is a question everyone should ask themselves on a daily basis.
Gaebler.com said in its review:
If you’re looking for a great gift book to buy for a friend or relative who wants to start a business, Young Guns is a must have. If you yourself are thinking about going for the gold and becoming an entrepreneur, you’ll definitely want to get a copy.
Smart Wealth Rich had this to say in its review:
In fact, this is one of the very few ‘business books’ that I have read that had a chapter devoted to creating and maintaining relationships with the vendors that support your business. This is fantastic advice, speaking from my own experience. In a ‘former life’ I built a million-dollar-plus sales position based on word-of-mouth and references from vendors that knew me and my work. This kind of insight is gold.
ThoughtClusters said in its review:
What surprised me is that the book is less than 200 pages long, but it explained many of those concepts very well. Each chapter read like a well-written blog post in that respect.
Laura Silverthorn wrote had this to say on her blog Singlestartups.com:
…the underlying material in Young Guns is helpful, motivational, easy to read and asks all the right questions.
Dorm-room-biz.com had this to say in its review:
The lessons in the book are not only current but they do a great job of bringing some people to the fore front that you might not have known about before you read this book. Also the Online Resources that Robert adds to the end of the book are great and I think it was a great idea to leave the reader with some resources they can use to not only better themselves but that they could also share those resources with others as well.
Jane Pollack said on her blog:
Take it from Robert Tuchman’s easy-to-read new book–if you follow your passion, business success can be yours.
and finally The Book Connection said this in its review:
Superb! Informative. Filled with great advice. All these terms and more can be used to describe the powerful new business/entrepreneurship book…
Robert Tuchman is author of Young Guns: The Fearless Entrepreneur’s Guide to Chasing Your Dreams and Breaking Out on Your Own. The Founder of TSE Sports & Entertainment, he started the company out of his one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan at the age of 25. TSE has gone on to appear on Inc. 500’s list of America’s Fastest Growing Privately Owned Companies. Tuchman now serves as President of Premiere Corporate Events, a division of Premiere Global Sports. A frequent guest on “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” he has also appeared on CNN, the CBS Morning News, BET, and has been the subject of features in USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and is a contributor to Entrepreneur.com.