The Daily Entrepreneur: 33 Success Habits for Small Business Owners, Freelancers and Aspiring 9-to-5 Escape Artists

The Daily EntrepreneurWant to start a side hustle or a small business?

Have trouble making a decent income from your existing business?

Can’t seem attract customers or and land important clients?

Pay close attention if you answered “yes” to any of these questions…

Today I’m pleased to announce my latest book:

The Daily Entrepreneur: 33 Success Habits for Small Business Owners, Freelancers and Aspiring 9-to-5 Escape Artists.

Being an entrepreneur doesn’t mean you have to build a start-up company or pitch a product on “Shark Tank”. Anyone who is out there hustling to make extra money on their own, is in some way an entrepreneur. It’s for these people that I wrote The Daily Entrepreneur.

Here on some details on this book…

Achieve Success and Take Your Business to the Next Level

Entrepreneurship is exciting. You create something from nothing, built it from your imagination and work hard at scaling up this idea.

Unfortunately, entrepreneurship can also be stressful, frustrating and chock full of challenges. Quite a few prospective entrepreneurs begin with a dream of achieving success and financial freedom–only to end up with the reality not meeting their expectations.

The good news is that many of the obstacles prospective entrepreneurs face are common. Regardless of the industry, entrepreneurs face many of the same problems and issues. Regardless of whether they are building a start-up, starting a blog or trying to get some freelance work.

Better yet, these common challenges are far easier to overcome with a simple idea–You can create daily entrepreneurial habits that help you overcome any challenge.

Develop “Entrepreneur Success Habits” to Take Control of Your Business

It’s not that hard to become a successful entrepreneur. Really, all you have to do is form the same habits used by the super-stars and make them part of your routine. While these people often have the same fears and limitations as you, they’re able to take consistent action because they’ve trained themselves to do so.

In the book, The Daily Entrepreneur, we talk about the power of habit development and show how to use it to overcome your specific challenges. What makes this book different is it’s organized according to obstacles that we all face on a daily basis.

What will you discover in this book?

The Daily Entrepreneur” contains a series of Entrepreneur Success Habits (ESH) you can easily add to your hectic schedule. You will learn:

  • FIVE Challenges that Hold Back Many Entrepreneurs
  • 9 Steps for Developing Entrepreneurial Habits
  • The #1 Focus for ANY New Business
  • The Secret to “Getting More Time” for Your Life and Business.
  • What Successful Entrepreneurs Do to Stand Out from the Competition
  • Get the most from Your Productive “Sweet Spot”
  • How to “Get Things Done” in the Morning–Even if You’re a Night Owl
  • 7 Habits to Overcome Stress and Burnout.
  • An Action Plan for Networking and Building Solid Business Connections

You can build a successful business. The secret is to form daily habits that help you achieve action on a daily basis.

Get “Daily Entrepenuer” For $0.99

The Daily Entrepreneur: 33 Success Habits for Small Business Owners, Freelancers and Aspiring 9-to-5 Escape Artists ebook will be $0.99 (or the equivalent price in your country) for the next few days until midnight Saturday, November 1st, then it will go up to $2.99. Get it now while it’s at the low “launch week” price.

I need your help!! If you find this book to be helpful, I would love a review on Amazon. (Here is the link to the book on Amazon.)

Don’t Own a Kindle Reader?

Some people have had trouble accessing these books in the past, because they do not own a Kindle . But you do not need a Kindle to read these books. (I read all my books on the iPhone.) Here are an assortment of ways you can read this book on other devices:

In short, it’s really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.

If you still have trouble accessing this Kindle book, please send me an email: sjscott[at]developgoodhabits[dot]com before the end of November 1st and I’ll sort you out.

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And here are the links for the book in other countries:

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Let me know what you think!

Take Action. Get Results.

14 thoughts on “The Daily Entrepreneur: 33 Success Habits for Small Business Owners, Freelancers and Aspiring 9-to-5 Escape Artists”

      • Philosopher’s Stone is almost ready, after the second round of edits (the title will be changed BTW). I wait for the launch schedule from AI. I’ll keep you informed.
        And I have 3 more rough drafts finished and I’m writing 4th. I have more ideas and books than time and resources to publish them.

        • That’s great to hear Michal! I love how you’re really spending a lot of time, focusing on the quality of the book. I think this mindset will pay huge dividends down the road.

          I definitely hear on having more ideas and books than time to publish them. Right now, there are FIVE that are sitting in outline form that I don’t have time to get to. I guess you’d call this a “quality problem” to have. 🙂

  1. *Groans*

    I was so busy editing my ebook, Blogging Insights (launched yesterday), that I missed this offer!

    Have downloaded a sample to read, and will no doubt be inspired to buy the rest of your book, Steve, as I’m always happy to develop successful daily habits.

    • Sorry to hear that Emma. Actually would you mind emailing me … would like to offer you something (since you bought it at the normal price.) (stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com.)

  2. Hey Steve, just wondering — how effective are these blog posts relative to your email list? (While launching a new book.)

    Do you get many clicks/downloads through this post?

    I’ve been focusing almost solely on email marketing, but am considering giving my blog more time and enthusiasm.

    What are your thoughts?

    Can I make do with just an email list, or should I invest more time in my blog?

    Will it pay off, assuming I write good and informative posts, and then the occasional promo post like this one?

    Thanks Steve!

    • Mark — The honest answer is it’s a “supplementary activity.” I know some people don’t like being email subscribers, so I post it here (and DGH) to give as wide of coverage as possible. To put it in numbers: 168 clicks, 24 purchases. Like 5% when compared to my email list. But also I find that the blog posts are waaaay more evergreen when it comes to promoting a book. So I recommend it *if* you have extra time.

  3. Hi Steve,

    Congrats on your release!

    I always dig your practical habits. As you may – or may not – know, I kinda embody that lifestyle. A little bit lol…..and it’s so funny. Folks want the magic secret, or the 1 thing, or the magic pill, or some other secret, to live my neat life….and I tell ’em, it all comes down to building different habits if you are ready for a change in my life.

    Example; at different points early in my online career, I compared myself to everybody else by being stat obsessed. This made my job 15,000% more difficult. One day – by changing my habits, with continual whippings, and through starvation, and other brutal tactics (J/K, ha!) – I changed my habits. I did a novel thing, so novel, that it astounded me: I decided to make friends with each like-minded person I came across. I was mindful, present, and did my best to be generous and helpful.

    Wouldn’t ya know, that 1 simple habit, that I broke, and then, that I established, help me blog from paradise?

    Change those daily habits and wow will your life change.

    Thanks for sharing this eBook and for tackling this fun topic. I know you’ve walked your talk, so I know this’ll be another Amazon best seller for ya 😉

    Have a fun week Steve!


    • Hey Ryan — Great to hear from you! It is incredible how a few small habit changes can have such an amazing impact on your life. Hope you’re doing well. 🙂

  4. It’s very hard to get ahead in life when you’re always answering to someone else higher up on the chain who makes more for you. Starting your own business opportunity really is the only way to go.

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