Book: Jonathan Green – Serve No Master: How to Escape the 9-5, Start up an Online Business, Fire Your Boss and Become a Lifestyle Entrepreneur or Digital Nomad

I recently received a copy of ebook from Jonathan Green. I’d like to thank him for spending a few minutes to send me a copy of his ebook. Green’s Serve No Master: How to Escape the 9-5, Start up an Online Business, Fire Your Boss and Become a Lifestyle Entrepreneur or Digital Nomad has 25 chapters which I find it’s pretty challenging to finish within a week because I find it’s hard for me to keep on reading as every chapter deals with ‘Quit’. This is my honest review about this book.

What They Say

Bestselling author and lifestyle design expert Jonathan Green is finally ready to share the blueprint he used to escape the prison of poverty, debt, and office politics that still hold so many people imprisoned. He’s not content with just sharing a few ideas – instead this traveling renegade is taking aim at every roadblock that keeps people from achieving their goals.

From “not enough money” to “lack of connections” to “not enough time” to “I just can’t seem to do it”, Jon’s taking laser aim at all the excuses, and breaking things down into small, simple steps that anyone can take to become wealthier, better connected, more talented, and more free.

It doesn’t matter if you’re already working at home, squeezing in a little extra time after your job, or you don’t even have a plan yet. Serve No Master isn’t just a book – it’s a system designed to smash the chains and give you a better financial outlook and more free time to do what you love.

You’re going to discover how to:

  • Break the cycle of information buying and take action on your knowledge.
  • Develop a killer business plan that takes full advantage of your skills.
  • Get one-on-one time with the key players in your industry – even if you don’t have experience.
  • Create books, compose videos, and blaze through online tasks in a fraction of the time.
  • Develop passive income and get paid over and over for what you do – with real examples.
  • Slash risks and expenses so you spend less and earn more.
  • Create effortless, unbreakable habits that fit into your life routine.
  • Get free upgrades at hotel rooms, save thousands of dollars on rent, get wild discounts on cruises around the world, and travel like a boss.


Jonathan also covers how other people impact your bottom line – whether that’s in negotiations with potential customers and partners, making friends and family more accepting of your lifestyle, and making time for the things that really matter.

Imagine sitting down with Jon and getting a one-on-one strategy session, full of practical information and built for the structure of your life.

This book will teach you everything you need to know to get ready for the great adventure that is life without a master. From choosing the right tools and strategies all the way through building the unstoppable confidence you need to succeed.

What I Say

Jonathan Green sounds new to me as I’ve never heard or even stumbled his name on any local bookstores so far. I couldn’t find anyone who wrote a review on Goodreads, Librarything, or Amazon. I’m afraid it’s hard for me to trust the reliability of the information especially when it’s hard to find other people who have written reviews on his book. To be frank enough, I’m pretty much disappointed to read ‘quit’ in almost every chapters.

Green may have some points in which I can relate and can no longer arguable. We always have fears because we have been brainwashed to always feel secured, or remain within the comfortable zone. Green might have forgotten the basic Maslow’s Theory in which humans will always seek for security before they proceed to next level. He may have some logicals in some part of the chapters, the metaphors, and so on, but I still find it’s unacceptable to ask the readers to give his book a 5-star.

I admit that I have to skip certain parts of the book because I couldn’t find the rationality. Yes, education can be suck (sometimes) and without proper planning in education, it usually leaves us jobless, and debts. Green may be a risk-taker, and this book is a great tool for people who are looking for online jobs. The author also save some advices to people who are working to never quit their job without a plan.

Siok Sendiri? I bet. This book is not my cup of tea.

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