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Daniel DiPiazza left a $2.17-per-hour (plus tips) job he despised, became a millionaire and wrote this book while still in his 20s. His concise but instructive manual explains how he made it happen – and how you can create success at any age. DiPiazza provides practical advice and personal examples, supported with actionable steps. His network of influencers share valuable tips, so don’t skip the case studies. getAbstract recommends his hands-on guide to those running or hoping to run a business, to employees looking for guidance on their future possibilities, and to anyone working on his or her path to financial and professional freedom.

About the Author

Daniel DiPiazza launched and grew three businesses that reached more than $100,000 in revenue each. His first million came from his website



“Break Free of the Nine-to-Five Slog”

Daniel DiPiazza’s manager at a chain steakhouse restaurant criticized him for the irregular portions of butter he was scooping for $2.17 an hour (plus tips). DiPiazza knew he had to find a more meaningful job, something that would earn him more money and allow him to inspire people.

In mid-June 2011, he made $10,000 after only five hours of work. A year later, he launched, tested and web-designed three consulting companies worth more than $100,000 each, without any start-up capital. And after that, he made his first million.

Create similar success by releasing your “limiting beliefs” and unlocking your potential. Improve your life and career, build a meaningful business, make money, and find previously hidden opportunities. When you’re ready for a major change, merely trying things on for size won’t provide a breakthrough. Invent something unique that’s truly yours.

To begin, follow “three new truths”:

1. “You No Longer Have to Pay Your Dues”

When people say you can’t do something, don’t believe them. Be a risk taker, remain determined and make your own rules. You don...

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