Nowadays Daymond John sits in tailored suits with a few other very wealthy people on the set of ABC’s hit show Shark Tank. But do you think he was always wearing nice suits and giving business advice? Definitely not. Daymond John started from nothing--flat broke--on the streets of Queens. John became the true example of entrepreneurship, as he took a few t-shirts and turned them into a billion dollar success story. It was all thanks to him having nothing.
When John first started selling clothing in his neighborhood, he had to set himself apart from all of the other hustlers. He had to be inventive and innovative if he wanted to turn his $40 budget into something much more. With nothing behind him but his drive and determination, John created a truly original campaign that brought his FUBU brand to life.
In this tell-all business book, John lays out the case for why having nothing leads to the greatest successes. His story is truly inspirational, but it’s also a story similar to many others. For instance, he discusses Gigi Butler, a woman who cleaned homes in Nashville but used maxed out credit cards and had an undeniable passion to create her now hugely successful cupcake company. In addition to the stories he shares about other entrepreneurs who grew out of nothing, John shares his own experiences and insights. He also gives readers an inside look at Shark Tank and how it operates.
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Author: Daymond John and Daniel Paisner
The book, The Power of Broke: How Empty Pockets, a Tight Budget, and a Hunger for Success Can Become Your Greatest Competitive Advantage [Bulk, Wholesale, Quantity] ISBN# 9781101903599 in Hardcover by John, Daymond;Paisner, Daniel may be ordered in bulk quantities. Minimum starts at 25 copies. Availability based on publisher status and quantity being ordered.