When given the chance to provide a book review of Two Weeks Notice, by Amy Porterfield, I jumped at the opportunity. Have you have ever considered leaving a full or part time J-O-B to start your own digitally based business? Then this book is for you. Amy Porterfield, course creator master and podcaster (Online Marketing Made Easy) has finally put her knowledge, talent and story-telling to paper.
I’ve been following Porterfield for years. The chance to provide a book review of Two Weeks Notice before it is released was an easy yes for me. Porterfield has used her own entrepreneurial journey to guide the reader through the dos, don’ts and “watch our fors” of creating a digitally based business.
Easy to Read
The book is an easy read. It feels like Porterfield is sitting right in your living room talking to you. And she’s giving you the straight goods including her own flops, failures, trials, tribulations and recipe for success. Porterfield has writes like she presents in person and the format is engaging and authentic.
Full of Wisdom and Resources
Don’t be fooled into thinking it isn’t also packed full of wisdom, lists, resources and step by step guidance. Porterfield has a habit of delivering exceptional value to her audience, students and social followers. This book is no different. She has also included reference notes and follow up resources. Each chapter finishes with an action item list.
I only wish I’d had the opportunity to review Two Weeks Notice, and had Porterfield’s recipe for success, when I started my entrepreneurial journey 17 years ago. Would have saved me alot of heartache. If leaving the paid-for-time world to pursue your entrepreneurial dreams is tugging at your heart, get a copy of this book and read it cover to cover.