This generation has a lot of questions. Jake has (some of) the answers.
- How do I sell millions of dollars of new business before graduating college?
- How do I create marketing campaigns to fund my business idea even before it’s created?
- How do I negotiate with CEOs of fortune 500 companies?
- How do I market smarter (not louder) than the rest of ‘em?
- How do I influence people to do things they’d never do?
- How do I kick fears to the curb so I can be effective in business, and in life?
- What happens when I fail at something I’ve been working so hard at?
- If I’m not an entrepreneur but am entrepreneurial minded, how do I become the CEO of my own life?
- Jake’s raw account of his own failures provide a How-To for any entrepreneur.
Slightly Famous is more than a book, it’s the chronicle of a revolution – actually, two revolutions.
The first is the revolution Jake Sasseville has created in the television industry since launching his first TV show at the ripe age of 15. That initial launch and entrepreneurial ambition created ripples in the industry that continue to this day, as Jake continues to reinvent the art of television.
The second revolution is within Jake himself. The book charts the massive successes and massive (and public) failures that made Jake who is he today. It’s about a spiritual journey through business and entertainment. And it’s a wild ride.
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A look at the back cover.
Slightly Famous was edited by James McCrae.