When you say "successful business," do you mean that in 30 days you have the framework? Or are you suggesting that within 30 days you can start a business that will provide enough income to pay your monthly bills?
A "framework" most certainly can be built in 30 days, but obviously there are many variables (knowledge & skills, effort, luck, etc.) as well as what type of business it is that determine how quickly one can be built that will cover monthly expenses and provide a sound economic base. Likewise, projects can fall anwhere in between a "framework" and a "sound" business with disposal income.
That said, however, the book will in fact focus on building a framework that, if used and created properly, can provide enough income to be considered a "real business."
I spend a good portion of the book`s introduction helping readers define what "success" will look like. For example, I explain my opportunity cost of running my businesses (three of which were built using the "30 Days" principles): If I didn`t run my businesses, I could feasibly make about $1200 before taxes delivering pizzas. Therefore, my businesses needed to make at least that amount for me to consider them "successful."
So you see, the ultimate answer depends on the individual`s definition of "successful business," but the bottom line is that I know a business that makes at least some money can be built in 30 days.
How does that sound? I encourage your further questions and advice!
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