Billionaire in training book review



You know that saying “You’re the sum of the 5 people that you hang out with?” The idea is based around the law of attraction; that if you want to be a billionaire, it’d be darn helpful to start associating with billionaires. That’s all well and good, but there aren’t too many billionaires walking around town lately and strangers on the street tend to think I’m weird for asking how rich they are.


Books are an incredible way to meet the world’s greatest, to create your own perfect A-Team of masterminds, right from the comfort of your living room. What’s even better is that if you met them in person, you’d normally need to dress up or at least have a quick shave. Through books, you can gain insight into the world’s greatest whilst wearing your tracksuit! That’s a win-win


Anyway, the reason for this post was about a book I read in early October which I just lapped up, Billionaire in Training by Bradley Sugars


I’ve always wanted to build a business to then float publicly on the market, but this is the first book that I’ve read that actually gives you a road map to do that


Business Chassis – 10% more turning into a 60% increase in profit


The most immediately applicable that you’ll thank me for telling you about is the business chassis. This is an incredibly simple framework, a way of thinking about your business that can help you visualise how you’ll develop a profitable company


The VW Chassis is the same Chassis is used in the Porsche. The same chassis in business can be used to run a VW or used to run a Porsche, the challenge is how well you use it


Here’s an 8 minute video explaining the Business Chassis, if you did anything today to help future-you out, I’d watch this video