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Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got
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3 Reddit comments about Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got:

u/peter_n · 328 pointsr/Entrepreneur

I run a high end consulting service (Personal stylist), with rates ranging from $497-$5k. I offer a 100% money back full program guarantee.

That means they can work with us for the complete program (average 8 weeks) and if they are unhappy, they can get their money back.

I've never made a refund in the 2 years since I've been doing this, and almost 100% of my high end clients ($1.5k bracket and above) said one of the reasons they pulled the trigger was because of my guarantee.

If you want to read more about why guarantees are win/wins, I HIGHLY recommend reading Jay Abraham's book "Getting everything you can out of all you've got"

u/Akonion · 98 pointsr/business

Articles from reputable sources are a decent source of knowledge, but some quality business books will get you an infinitely better understanding of concepts. Here is my personal business book list if you want to get a "universal generalist" understanding of business:

u/PutMyDickOnYourHead · 6 pointsr/business

Say no more, fam.

You don't need a degree to run a business. Having your own business allows you to experiment with these books first hand instead of taking some professor's word for it. Professor's usually just read what the book says. If they were actually good at running a business they'd probably be doing that.