Go Do! is a business self-help book written by a Singapore-based serial entrepreneur, Jeremy Harbour. This book is based on the real-life experiences of the author gained from serial entrepreneurial accomplishments.
Here’s a brief round-up of the first five chapters:
Chapter 1 – Go Me: The first chapter of the book covers the personal life of the author, about his childhood days, family, struggle with his business. Instead of following the common track of education to get a job Jeremy started right out of business after secondary school and after a while built a multi-million-pound business.
Chapter 2 – Risk: This chapter talks on the subject of ‘Risk’ specifically why people fail to live up to their dreams of starting a business. also discusses the issues of failure and why it is important to try something rather than regretting later in life not doing it.
Chapter 3 – Go You: In this chapter, Jeremy Harbour is challenges to give-up all the self-doubts of not starting a business. He highlighted the issues on self-limiting beliefs and discussed ways to overcome them.
Chapter 4 – The worst five excuses: This chapter covers the top five excuses people make for not starting their own business and explored each one of them in detail.
Chapter 5 – The invention myth: The main premise here is that you should look towards innovative evolution instead of pure innovation.
There are more interesting chapters that make Go Do! one of the largest selling business self-help book among the entrepreneurs guided by Jeremy Harbour. If you are looking for some interesting entrepreneurial lessons, this book is a wonder!
Most of us tend to be scared of thinking big. We avoid taking risks and it stops us from reaching our full potential. Jeremy Harbour wants to change this. The Singapore-based serial entrepreneur states that thinking big allows us to broaden our horizons and opens the floodgate of opportunities, especially for entrepreneurs.
With a career spanning almost two decades, Jeremy has started multi-million businesses and generated hundreds of jobs. His 200-page business self-help book titled “Go Do!” is for young entrepreneurs and business aspirants who are striving to make their ventures succeed in the long run.
“Self-belief is the key to realizing your dreams and turning them into reality. Trust yourself with the utmost conviction and others will start believing in you. It doesn’t matter how big your goals are, just don’t settle for less. What may be small to one person could be overwhelming for the other. The most important thing is having belief in yourself and to be the very best that YOU can be” shared Jeremy Harbour during a recent interview.
Entrepreneurs across the world are learning from his experience and launching successful businesses. When asked to comment on the book, a reader shared, “Jeremy does not think outside the box, he doesn’t have a box.”
Jeremy Harbour, a serial entrepreneur and thought leader, started his first business at the age of 14. After starting multi-million dollar businesses and creating hundreds of jobs, he is sharing his business secrets and growth hacks with future entrepreneurs in his book “Go Do!”
Here are the major tips and ideas for entrepreneurs who want to start their own business and launch successful companies:
1. Be clear why you want to start your business
Don’t start a business because you are bored of your 9-5 job routine. Start only when you’re truly prepared for the journey of entrepreneurship and want to make a difference.
2. Create a business plan
Make a detailed business plan covering USP, target audience, market competition, and financials. Keep it simple but don’t forget to chalk out what differentiates you from the others.
3. Perfect your pricing
Most entrepreneurs jump into the market without conducting market deep dive and preparing pricing model. Keep the numbers in mind so that you’ll be clear what goal you have to achieve in terms of revenue.
While above are few business hacks from Jeremy Harbour, the book is full of growth anecdotes that draw from his personal experience as an entrepreneur. Here’s an excerpt from the same book:
“In current state of economic turbulence, everyone wants to start a business but it isn’t as easy as it sounds. It’s a journey that requires a lot of hard work and dedication. Many people end up failing. But if your business succeeds, the rewards of entrepreneurship can be very delicious”