Tour. Starting in New York City and going to the ends of the earth, we’ll be hitting all 7 continents with the message of The $100 Startup. Chris is currently on tour hiatus while preparing for the World Domination Summit and completing a new book. More tour dates will be coming later this year! If you represent a group, organization, or bookstore, you can also suggest a future tour stop.
May 08, 2012 · Also, the title is $100 Start up, yet the author shares some stories on how people have started small business that surely would take more than $100 to start, for example, the author shares about a fed-up lawyer who opened a yoga studio to pursue her passion, the irony.Cited by: 6
A tour site where you can sign up for your preferred city will be available soon. But that’s not all! I won’t be going to all 50 states this time (apologies to West Virginia), but I definitely plan to make more stops than just the initial cities listed above. It’s a 7-continent book tour, and yes, we WILL be going to Antarctica at some point.
In The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau tells you how to lead of life of adventure, meaning and purpose - and earn a good living. Still in his early 30s, Chris is on the verge of completing a tour of every country on earth - he's already visited more than 175 nations - and yet he’s never held a "real job" or earned a regular paycheck.4.5/5(2.4K)
In The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau shows you how to lead of life of adventure, meaning and purpose – and earn a good living. Still in his early thirties, Chris is on the verge of completing a tour of every country on earth – he’s already visited more than 175 nations – and yet he’s never held a “real job” or earned a regular paycheck.
THE $100 STARTUP “With traditional career doors slamming shut,it’seasytopanic,butChrisGuillebeau sees opportunities everywhere. Making a career out of your passion sounds like a dream, but in this straightforward, engaging book he shows you how to get it done, one simple step at a time.” —Alan Paul, author ofBig in China
Apr 16, 2016 · Most businesses can be run or at least validated with a website only, thus costing less than $100 to get set up. If you do need funding for a physical product, for example, you can build an audience first and then launch a Kickstarter campaign, to help you get together the money you need.