“The Cannabis Business Book: How to Succeed in Weed According to 50 Industry Insiders” by Michael Zaytsev
Have you ever wondered what kind of advice you could receive if you had the opportunity to interview 50 of the top entrepreneurial spirits in the cannabis industry?
You need not wonder any longer as author Michael Zaytsev has already done you the solid of putting together this compendium of advice gathered directly from some fantastic fonts of information already producing potent results in the cannabis industry.
Piqued your interest yet? Alright, let’s get into it then!
The number of books that discuss the business side of cannabis is finally beginning to increase but not many can boast containing advice pulled directly from people who are already considered to be successful in the world of cannabis and cannabis products.
Author Michael Zaytsev brings to the table information regarding the proper mindsets for entrepreneurs in the cannabis space, exactly why the cannabis industry is unique, ways to build money in the cannabis game, the most common mistakes made in this niche, and so much more.
In this book, you will find powerful advice from prominent cannabis figures such as Danny Danko, Steven DeAngelo, Emily Paxhia, Shanel Linsday, and many more. The concentration of expertise here is impressive.
–About the Author–
Author Michael Zaytsev has a dedicated and diverse background in the world of cannabis ranging from founding The New York City Cannabis Film Festival, The Cannabis Media Lab, and is also the creator of High NY, one of the most extensive cannabis Meetups on the planet.
His content has been published on sites such as International Business Times, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and more.
If you would like to explore Michael’s projects and see what he’s up to you can learn more about his endeavors here:
The passion and expertise on this topic possessed by author Daniel McQueen become evident even by the end of the forward and seeing the glowing reviews from other medical professionals further lends to the credibility of the author.
The book does flow a bit chaotically at times as the author strikes me as eager and excited to share information he is so passionate about in order to see as many people as possible benefit from this knowledge.
The combination of anecdotal stories coupled with facts helps to keep this book engaging while also continuing to stay on topic.
The combined skills of an experienced writer, a seasoned entrepreneur, and someone who is experienced and passionate about cannabis make “The Cannabis Business Book” a valuable addition to the library of any aficionado or anyone looking to make their mark in the cannabis business world.
All the potent advice from successful cannabis entrepreneurs is competently comprised by author Michael Zaytsev and flows along very smoothly from section to section.
This book makes me think of it as the “Tribe of Mentors” by Tim Ferriss but catered toward the world of cannabis business.
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