How NOT to Start a T-Shirt Company by Justin Merm by Justin Merm - Read Online

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“I really enjoyed reading your article. I found it extremely helpful. I thought that your side comments and personal rants made the article entertaining and informational at the same time. Which I dig. I appreciate you taking the time to express your experience and struggle while starting up your own business. If and when I make it, I hope to get in contact with you and possibly share my own experience with you. Thank you again.” 

“This is the best article on T-shirts I've ever looked at from top to bottom.” 

“I have been looking everywhere for this!!! Amazing article. Maybe you should write an e-book for these things. It’s almost like Books for Dummies. It lays everything out flat for you!” 

“Hi. We love you for printing all of your trials and tribulations, because we're putting together a new t-shirt line.  We were hoping that by the time we got to the bottom of the article, you would have changed your luck -- and were going to tell us how successful you were! Meanwhile, you are a hero in our eyes, and we thank you so much!” 

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How NOT To Start A T-Shirt Company is a short and sweet, first person account of a gigantic business failure. Learn from the pitfalls of someone who did everything completely wrong and lived to talk about it. You'll learn the 10 rules of NO which include everything from marketing, web design, financing, and everything else necessary to avoid failing miserably. 

This book is the first place to start if you're thinking of opening your own t-shirt business. And if you'd like to laugh at someone else's misery while doing so. 

This book is priced much lower than most of the other t-shirt related e-books on Amazon. You don't need to have your wallet gouged just to receive a little information that will make your life and job easier. Please enjoy!

Published: Justin Mermelstein on
ISBN: 9781516376759
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For anyone who learns from their mistakes

How NOT To Start

A T-Shirt Company

SOME KIND WORDS.

I really enjoyed reading your article. I found it extremely helpful. I thought that your side comments and personal rants made the article entertaining and informational at the same time. Which I dig. I appreciate you taking the time to express your experience and struggle while starting up your own business. If and when I make it, I hope to get in contact with you and possibly share my own experience with you. Thank you again.

This is the best article on T-shirts I've ever looked at from top to bottom.

Hi. We love you for printing all of your trials and tribulations, because we're putting together a new t-shirt line. We were hoping that by the time we got to the bottom of the article, you would have changed your luck -- and were going to tell us how successful you were! Meanwhile, you are a hero in our eyes, and we thank you so much!

Hi, Justin. I've just read your article How NOT To Start A T-Shirt Company. Your honesty and forthrightness is amazing. I really feel for you and your fiancée. We can only hope that this experience, with its huge learning curve will better enable you to find ultimate success further down the track. Take care mate, because if the universe has plans for you, they will surely unfold in due time.

I have been looking everywhere for this!!! Amazing article. Maybe you should write an e-book for these things. It’s almost like Books for Dummies. It lays everything out flat for you!

I've always heard that mistakes and failures in business can be the most valuable information on running a business. This article is the first I've read that really dives into business failure from a start-up point that isn't just speculation and theory from someone with a business degree or who has already had major success. In every true success story, there's always some kind of hardship and failure in the beginning of an entrepreneurial career, and so, after reading this great, helpful, and very honest article, I hope Justin Merm gets past the understandable gun-shyness of starting another business and gets to the success that he was surely meant for. I know he can because every true entrepreneur thinks in retrospect about their success and failures, thinks about it honestly, and has the confidence to talk about it humorously. Thanks for not giving duh advice and really helping out people.

"I hope it's not more galling that your failed business will inspire others to succeed, but this article was a really great read. Just starting the ground work for my new million