[Review] Start Me Up! by Ebong Eka

[Review] Start Me Up! by Ebong Eka

Start Me Up - Ebong Eka Book Review

In my line of work I’m lucky to get to meet some amazing people. Business owners, entrepreneurs, celebrities, Internet celebrities – all kinds of people. One such individual is Ebong Eka.

A former European professional basketball player, this larger than life entrepreneur, CPA, and business coach is the real deal. His book Start Me Up! – The No-Business-Plan Business Plan proves this.

Published in 2014, Ebong’s book gives the reader a no B.S. approach to coming up with a business idea and then executing on it properly. He addresses the fears and doubts of starting out on your own, coming up with a great idea, how to prove it’s feasibility, how to setup your corporate structure, and finally how to make your business grow and succeed.

At only 223 pages this book is a quick read, essential read. To be honest this book should be required reading in business schools across the country.

Some of the topics discussed in the book:

  • Fears and Doubts
  • Invention vs. Innovation
  • Small Business Pitfalls
  • The Four S’s
    • Structure
    • Strategy
    • Systems
    • Sales
  • Raising Money
  • Tax Issues
  • Corporate Organization/Structure

In summary at $15.99 USD this book is a must purchase for any budding or current entrepreneur or business owner.

Find out more about it on Amazon.

Review of the Garmin Edge 520 Cycling Computer and GPS

Review of the Garmin Edge 520 Cycling Computer and GPS

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Last week I wrote a review over at GeekBeat.tv on the Garmin Edge 520 Cycling Computer and GPS. I’m still using it and loving the ease of use and the quick and dirty information it provides to me while riding. The best part is that my phone can stay safely tucked away in my saddle bag.

So if you haven’t checked out the review, please do and be sure to leave me some comments. Thanks in advance.

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