Everyone knows small business owners are strapped for time, and there’s a huge learning curve when just starting out.
That combined with all the random and often conflicting info spread across the vast seas of the internet and thousands of “must-read” books makes finding the essential info you need to succeed akin to swimming against the current while being attacked by a swarm of bees. BEES!
But a solid reading habit is what separates the wannabes from the industry leaders. Mark Cuban reads for an average of three hours per day, and Bill gates reads a new book every week. Warren Buffet reads an insane 500 pages per day.
What are they reading? How do they cut through all the spam and outdated junk to get to the important stuff?
Obviously the ByteStand blog can help. But if you’re looking for a broader range of info, Fit Small Business is where it’s at. They recently reviewed our ByteStand app, and they have a ton of other reviews on Amazon tools that can help you build your ecommerce empire. They’ve also got articles on marketing, finance, “how to” explainers and a buttload of other info that small business owners need.
So if you want to join the Mega X-treme Kick-Ass Billionaire Business Owners Club (MXKABBOC for short), set aside an hour or so each day to read up on your industry and entrepreneurship. Make that hour count and avoid the frustration of wading through garbage by checking our blog and Fit Small Business first.
About the Author
Gennifer is the Customer Support and Marketing Manager at ByteStand, where she lives and breathes customer service education while sipping coffee in her pajamas.
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