Anything You Want

Anything You Want

Best known for creating CD Baby, the most popular music site for independent artists, founder Derek Sivers chronicles his “accidental” success and failures into this concise and inspiring book on how to create a multi-million dollar company by following your passion. In Anything You Want, Sivers details his journey and the lessons learned along the way of creating CD Baby and building a business close to his heart. “[Sivers is] one of the last music-business folk heroes,” says Esquire magazine. His less-scripted approach to business is refreshing and will educate readers to feel empowered to follow their own dreams. Aspiring entrepreneurs and others trying to make their own way will be particularly comforted by Sivers straight talk and transparency -a reminder that anything you want is within your reach.

Anything You Want is also available in a 5 pack, 52 pack and very limited edition Collectible, signed by Derek.

Title:Anything You Want
Edition Language:English
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    Anything You Want Reviews

  • Aaron Goldfarb

    The first time I ever spoke to Derek Sivers, I accused him of ripping me off.I had seen his great TEDx video called "Why You Need to Fail" and I wrote him to complain. (Jokingly of course.)I told him ...

  • Doug

    A couple of Derek Sivers stories:My first CD Baby order was #17697, for 8 discs, in 2000. When I got the now-famous colorful shipment notice I thought I’d actually been the first brand new customer ...

  • Keshav Bhatt

    Awesome little book, I will keep re-reading. I love the opening pages - "10 years of experience in 1 hour". This book is written by Derek Sivers, who started a business called CDbaby that he later sol...

  • Niran Pravithana

    Seth Godin recommended this book for every entrepreneur. I just bought it in kindle format.It's introduction tells that you could learn an author's entire experience of creating business within one ho...

  • Ioannis

    Amazing little book of mostly unconventional entrepreneurship wisdom. Highly recommended! ...

  • Klinta

    Ok, so I read this because apparently everyone in web development has been raving about it and I am not really that blown away. I don't know why I had such a different experience from others, but most...

  • Rob Warner

    Quick read but insightful. The basic premise, as I understood it, is to spend your life doing things that bring you happiness, which is not as straightforward as it seems. Too often, we spend our time...

  • Jihad

    I have loved reading Derek Sivers' essays for the longest time. And even though I've read some of the ones mentioned in the book before, they were still as fresh and thought provoking as ever.I listen...

  • Josh Davis

    I like Derek Sivers a lot. He has fantastic stories and has great advice. I love to read his stuff.However, reading this book made me realize that he is more of a product of survivorship bias.This boo...

  • Michael

    An interesting read, more like you've sat down over a couple of drinks, and he's spilled his story out on the table. ...