Grow: How to Take Your Do It Yourself Project and Passion to the Next Level and Quit Your Job is a book written by Eleanor Whitney. With plenty of experience in the DIY realm herself, as well as with helping others to execute their own DIY projects, Whitney outlines with authority a number of steps that can be key in building a project from the ground up and developing it into a thriving endeavor. She sat down for BreakThruTV to discuss her book, going over it chapter by chapter.
Here, Whitney describes what led her to write Grow, including her earlier experiences in DIY and non-profit projects.
In Chapter 3, she goes over the importance of building the right audience for a project, as well as what to consider in doing so.
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