Finding Success in Failure

Lucas Carlson

Want to make millions (or even billions) as an entrepreneur in just 18 months?

So did I. And I used to read anything that promised it.

It was a constant disappointment. Time after time I would read these books feeling like I couldn’t apply or reproduce their efforts.

But after 10 years of struggling, something finally clicked. I signed up over 100,000 users for what started out as just a side project, raised almost $10 million, and ended up having my company acquired.

So what did I do differently?

The real question you should be asking is what I DIDN’T do to find success in failure.

In every field, from chess to gymnastics, we can make bigger gains by reducing mistakes than by making winning moves. This is especially true in business. We study the greats, trying to extract valuable lessons, when avoiding a few key blunders would be more valuable.

Fortunately, advice on what not to do is universally applicable. The ways to fall down the mountain are shared by all climbers, no matter which path they’ve chosen.

This book is here to teach you how NOT to fall down the mountain.

How can you be an entrepreneur that beats the odds? How do you build a successful business that not only changes the world for the better, but creates generational wealth for you and your family? You simply need to avoid mistakes—and this book will show you how.

Press & Praise

David S. Rose, Legendary NY Angel Investor and TED Speaker

"When I grow up I want to be like Lucas, who not only knows the pitfalls of startups, but don't keep falling into them"

Neil Patel, Serial Entrepreneur and Popular Blogger

"Lucas' perseverance makes him an unstoppable entrepreneur."

Rob Hayes, Venture Capitalist

"Lucas is the real deal when it comes to entrepreneurs. His commitment to long-term vision makes him stand out amongst a sea of people just trying to make a quick buck."

Lucas Carlson

Lucas Carlson is a bestselling novelist. He takes his first-hand experiences as an entrepreneur and computer programmer, and turns them into thrillers that pack a punch and are hard to put down.

His writing has often been compared to Michael Crichton, Joseph Finder, Harlan Coben and Blake Crouch. They deal with technology and business themes and how they affect society.

Carlson lives in San Diego with his family.

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