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Your own company that can give you a little more freedom in your daily life, so you can spend it with friends, your family, your pets or just doing the things you love.Which in the best case is actually building an app, project, startup or company you love to work at/on/for! The odds of building a successful bootstrapped business are way higher than building a venture funded billion dollar company.You'll also you'll get the PDF and e Pub versions sent to your email. Because you have little time, here's the mega short TL; DR (too long; didn't read) summary of this book.The last years were a whirlwind of adventures while building all these products and being part of the startup ecosystem.At time of writing, my website Remote OK just became the most visited remote jobs board in the world with 1 million monthly visits.Nomad List is near that amount too, and ushered in a new era of digital nomads and remote work from 2014 onward.Writing a book on it with a proven framework people can apply, may help accelerate this change.

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I think it's stupid to read lots of books about doing something (in this case startups) and then believe you're actually learning something from it. The moment I write this sentence and you read it (weeks, months or years later), I might have already changed my mind. They need to fly to San Francisco and build a "network" and get million dollar investment from old rich guys. There's giant company exits where the founders barely made money. To show you, you might be able to do it differently. How about this: do things yourself and build a nice side project, that then can maybe turn into a bigger project, that then maybe becomes a company that makes you enough money to quit your day job and stop working for the man.

Because most successful people I know learned mostly everything they know from practice. Then there's the entire survivorship bias, it assumes that what worked for me will work for you. Because time has already changed and I will never be able to put on to paper all the variables that have attributed to things than went successful for me. They need to hire 10x power developers and work them for 100-hour work weeks while feeding them pizza and soda. Enough money to build up good savings, that if you invest well, will give you a nice early retirement.

And that's literally what a bootstrapped business is.

You'll be miles further than the person next to you pitching with just a Power Point deck.

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