quotes from stacy tuschl's is your business worth saving

Quotes from Stacy Tuschl’s ‘Is Your Business worth Saving’

A popular saying goes something like “if you have nothing good to say, say nothing at all’. It’s the best way to tell someone to shut up, meaning telling someone that their opinion does not matter.

I think it should apply to people wanting to write books too: if you have nothing new to add, don’t bother writing the book.

Chances are there are ten (millions, maybe) other books saying the exact same things but in a better way.

I don’t believe in asking someone else, this question as no one has the right answer for anyone. Also, if you have to ask someone this question, then you should simply close your start-up or business. It’s a failure anyways with that attitude of yours.

But I admit it makes for a catchy title and have the power to hook the insecure.

I thought maybe has some useful information. I didn’t find any new information that I haven’t read in other business-cum-autobiography books.

Also, I got the impression that it’s written to generate leads for the author’s main website. If that’s the purpose, then to establish so-called authority in online world, writing some sort of book is a must.

The way links to the author’s website is dropped, it seems like a landmine. That is another reason I didn’t find the book useful. Lucky me, I keep Internet off on my Kindle at all times while reading. So even if I end up clicking some random click I never wanted to click, it takes me nowhere.

If you’re really into giving value to people by writing a book, then give all the information you want to in the book itself. And not annoy the reader with link dropping throughout the book.

Any book that wants the reader to click links to access ‘more’ info is neither complete nor very useful.

If you want to sell things or generate leads, add links at the beginning or the end of your book.

As a reader if you want me to jump hoops, then sorry I don’t have that kind of time to waste. Nor I ever trained to be in the circus.

There are books that need my urgent attention, that are providing better information, value and entertainment.

This book dangerously falls in the category ‘read at your own risk’; the reason why I refuse to waste my time writing a proper review on my blog Passionate Book Reviews.

Despite all the common info I did find some quotes, hope you’d enjoy reading them:

 

“The choice to save – or start – a business begins with whether we have a passion.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Anybody who tells you that passion alone will save your business is living in a dream world.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“When you allow fear to destroy your passion, you kill your dreams.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“The well-being of your business is directly tied to your own well-being.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“It’s essential to have good advisors and people who believe in your vision.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“A business is an extension of the people who run it. As the business owner, you have the most significant impact on how your business is run and on the daily and long-term culture of that business.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Remember that your employees, your family and friends and you business peers see you as an entrepreneur as soon as you believe you are one and start acting like it.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“When you treat your business – even if it’s a solo operation you run out of your spare bedroom – like it’s a real business, the business grows.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“What we think about regularly affects how we see the world, our businesses and ourselves.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Surround yourself with positive people who care enough to back up their good intentions with positive words.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“The health of you business is directly related to your own health.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Failure stings even more so when others see it. But as a business owner, you are going to fail and you are going to fail in public. Get used to it.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“No matter who’s helping you – in the end, you are responsible for your money.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Money management is one of the most important skills you need as an entrepreneur.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“The reality is that with more money, you have even more responsibility to spend it wisely on your business’s future.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Clients are loyal for many reasons, but the primary one is how you make them feel.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Money alone is not enough to sacrifice you peace of mind, morale or standard.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Without passion, purpose and meaning, no entrepreneur will be satisfied with even the most successful business.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Developing leader among your team is key to creating a business that can run itself without your constant intervention. Without someone to carry your vision into the next phase of your company’s life, you will be chained to your desk forever.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“Strong competitors are a good thing. They show there is a healthy market for your product or service. Don’t be afraid to learn from what they’re doing. The idea here isn’t to look better than everyone else does, but to look different. You want to show how you stand out from the others.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

 

“The goal should be that your business runs itself. You should be able to take a vacation, take maternity leave, start a new venture or spend time doing whatever else you please because your business is self sufficient, even when you’re not in the immediate picture.” ~~ Stacy Tuschl (Book: Is Your Business worth Saving)

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