101 Weird Ways to Make Money: Cricket Farming, Repossessing Cars, and Other Jobs With Big Upside and Not Much Competition

101 Weird Ways to Make Money: Cricket Farming, Repossessing Cars, and Other Jobs With Big Upside and Not Much Competition

Find creative ways to make money in businesses with little competitionUsing interviews with unconventional entrepreneurs, the author’s own wide-ranging experience with weird jobs, and extensive research, 101 Weird Ways to Make Money reveals unusual, sometimes dirty, yet profitable jobs and businesses.?Whether you’re looking for a job that suits your independent spirit, or want to start a new business, this unique book shows you moneymaking options you haven’t considered.Most of these outside-the


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101 Weird Ways to Make Money: Cricket Farming, Repossessing Cars, and Other Jobs With Big Upside and Not Much Competition

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  1. Jonathan P Greve says:
    17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Entertaining and Thought Stimulating Book, July 30, 2011
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    This review is from: 101 Weird Ways to Make Money: Cricket Farming, Repossessing Cars, and Other Jobs With Big Upside and Not Much Competition (Paperback)

    Steve Gillman does a very entertaining job of stimulating the reader’s mind with some great ideas on how to make money that are of out of the box, fun, and potentially very profitable. I really like that he wrote this book out of his personal experience which he shares in the introduction. He’s not somebody that just compiled a list of “weird ways to make money.” He has–at one time or another–personally made money using many of the ways that he discusses in this book. As one of my mentors says, “There are a million ways to make a million bucks.” I don’t know if everyone of these ideas is a million dollar idea, but many of them could be if you decided to make them your focus, and as Steve says, some of these ideas will lead to bigger and better ways to make money as you implement them. If you’re fed up with the 9-5 grind and not afraid to think outside of the box, read this book. You’ll be glad you did. All great businesses start with an idea, and I guarantee that this book will serve as a catalyst in finding the right idea for you.
    As a side note: If there are any TV producers reading this, I think this book would make a great idea for a TV show…Thank me later!

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  2. Richard Mathena "RichMathena" says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Imagine — easy money!, October 5, 2011
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    Richard Mathena “RichMathena” (West Baden Springs, IN United States) –
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    As a retiree who still has a lot of energy, I found this book to be fascinating. Although not all of the jobs are to my liking, I am surprised that so many of them are so easy to start up!

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  3. Laurie A. Hayes "LaurieAnne" says:
    18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Book is just okay-I guess I expected more, July 30, 2011
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    Many of the “unusual ways” are ones I have heard about before. Unfortunately, even the ones I hadn’t thought of have very limited information about them in the book. Which means I still have to do a lot of research on my own if I want to learn about the ideas. I guess I had just hoped for more than a quick overview. I would have prefered more in-depth information that I couldn’t find elsewhere even if it meant fewer ideas overall. Sometimes, less is more.

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