Written by the CEO of IronMonk Solutions, the book navigates through the stories of entrepreneurs striving for success.
Immigrant Hustle, a new book exploring whether the American Dream is still alive through the stories of 50 immigrants who decided to pursue the path of entrepreneurship, receives great reviews from popular book reviewers and publishing platforms.
The book, released officially in January 2021, has been rated as follows:
- 4 out of 4 stars on Online Book Club
- 5 out of 5 stars on Amazon
- 5 out of 5 stars on GoodReads
- 3.5 out of 5 stars on IndieReader
- 3 out of 5 stars on Reedsy
“I rate Immigrant Hustle 4 out of 4 stars; there was nothing I disliked about it. The book is full of concise, tangible, and down-to-earth narratives. It is well-structured and seems professionally edited. Although it is about immigrants, I believe it is also a good read for any aspiring entrepreneur, and I’m betting there will be at least a couple of takeaways for each reader,” said the official reviewer from OnlineBookClub.org
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“The diversity of the participants featured in IMMIGRANT HUSTLE is exciting and captures the feelings of hope and opportunity that are at the core of America’s culture, providing an inspirational read with plenty of snippets of wisdom to glean from its pages,” said Stephani Hren from IndieReader.com
“I love the fact that the information provided in Immigrant Hustle can also inspire and motivate anyone interested in starting their own business. I applaud Amine for taking the time to include a diverse set of individuals and for providing access to the other entrepreneurs who did not make it into the book,” said Mardene Carr for Reedsy.com
Immigrant Hustle is now available at all major book stores and platforms, including, Amazon, Chapters, Barnes & Nobles, Kobo, Smashwords, and others.
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Immigrant Hustle, published by TellWell Publishing, covers the stories of struggle & success of 50 diverse immigrant-entrepreneurs that arrived in America with nothing. The book is written in an interview format where the author asks each entrepreneur a series of questions covering the following topics:
- Life & struggles in their country of origin, and what led them to move to America
- Arrival and cultural barriers faced in the US as a new immigrant
- What led them to pursue the path of entrepreneurship
- Difficulties faced when starting their business and how they solved them
- Advice for anyone that wants to start a business
“I believe this book has the power to inspire anyone, not just immigrants or entrepreneurs! I would qualify it as a general feel-good book with tons of actionable advice and tips that anyone can benefit from, whether in their professional or personal lives,” added Mr. Rahal.
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