Our Book Club Selection for January: ‘Company of One’ by Paul Jarvis

Our Book Club Selection for January: ‘Company of One’ by Paul Jarvis

It’s time for our first book club selection of the new year! It’s informal and a lot of fun, as we share insights and our favorite quotes or passages. This month, given our conversations this week with Paul Jarvis, it just made sense to make his new book Company of One our selection for January. We like to keep things fluid.) It’s so easy to get caught up in the notion that “bigger is always better,” but that isn’t always the case. Quoting Paul again: “You can scale up revenue, enjoyment, raving fans, focus, autonomy, and experiences while resisting the urge to blindly scale up employee payroll, expenses, and stress levels.” Intriguing. While we have no problem with affiliate marketing (we think it’s a great strategy), our book recommendations are just that — our takes on a few selected business and writing books that are worth your time and attention. To get started with the book club (it’s completely free), just jump into our Facebook Group: Killers and Poets. You’ll need to answer three easy questions before we can approve your request to join — this helps us keep the spammers and scammers outside the group. I’m looking forward to chatting with you there!

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Our Book Club Selection for January: ‘Company of One’ by Paul Jarvis

It’s time for our first book club selection of the new year! Over in Copyblogger’s Killers and Poets Facebook Group, we get together and discuss useful books.

It’s informal and a lot of fun, as we share insights and our favorite quotes or passages.

This month, given our conversations this week with Paul Jarvis, it just made sense to make his new book Company of One our selection for January. (Or … January-ish. We like to keep things fluid.)

“Staying small doesn’t have to be a stepping-stone to something else, or the result of a business failure — rather, it can be an end goal or a smart long-term strategy.”
– Paul Jarvis

Paul’s book is all about making more conscious choices around the size of our businesses. It’s…

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