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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Begin Your Biz in 15 Minutes/Day: Your Freelancing Tips Starter Kit by Sagan Morrow is a self-help book for people who want to start a freelance business. She gives you daily tasks for each month so you can start your business in a year. Sagan Morrow explains how you can write a business plan, find and connect with clients, work out a schedule, etc. She also gives you other resources that you can use to help you along the way. Sagan Morrow also gives you ways to contact her on social media in case you need more help.
I thought that Begin Your Biz in 15 Minutes/Day by Sagan Morrow was very informative. I liked how she divided the chapters to make it easier to navigate. Some of it seemed repetitive but I found most of it to be extremely useful. I liked how Sagan Morrow acted like your cheerleader, and even gave you a way to connect with her if you really need a cheerleader. I liked how inspiring she was; she made me start working on my goals. The best part of this book is that it is not one of those get rich quick schemes; she reminds you that it is a marathon, not a sprint, and this seems to be much more realistic. I also liked how the daily tasks weren’t generic, she reminded you to do it the way you need too. This book is great for anyone starting a business or even a blog as it gives you lots of ideas that you may not have been aware of.