BOOK REVIEW: Work Less, Earn More by Karl Sakas

Work Less, Earn More

BOOK REVIEW: Work Less, Earn More
by Karl Sakas


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As an agency owner, you’re running a uniquely complicated business. Like any services firm, you’re surrounded by clients, team members, and other humans—and humans are complicated. But unlike a plumber or electrician, your clients tend to be picky about whether your work is “good enough”… or even whether it’s “done.”

Other professional services firms sell complex services, too. Yet in spite of all the lawyer and accountant jokes, their clients tend to pay their bills on time.

Add-in the fact that many agency owners are “accidental” business owners… yet the agency is typically their family’s #1 or #2 financial asset? It’s a recipe for stress (if you actually had time to eat lunch).

Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. Work Less, Earn Moregives you a step-by-step process to reclaim your work-life balance and get paid what you’re worth. When you make the right decisions, you can look forward to a brighter future.

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In Work Less, Earn More, Karl Sakas provides practical and actionable advice around working less and earning more that is easy to implement.

One of the things I appreciate about this book is that it’s also a workbook. In each chapter, Sakas asks probing questions to get the reader thinking about how to apply what they’re reading to their individual situation.

Overall, I recommend Work Less, Earn More to any agency owner who wants to improve their work-life balance and increase their earning potential.

Published by Kelly Schuknecht

Kelly Schuknecht is a marketer with a background in the publishing industry. She is passionate about all things related to books and loves helping authors navigate the world of social media for book promotion. She recently launched the course Marketing Your Book on TikTok.

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