While the title is a mouthful, “Beginners Quick Guide to Passive Income,” there are some things about the book that are very striking.
First of all, do not be deceived by the long title, or by the first word, “beginners.” If, for some reason, you think you are not a beginner in online business, and as such this book is not for you … well done, you have played yourself.
Alex Nkenchor Uwajeh may not be a popular name, but the fact that a child stammers does not mean that what he is saying is false. Against the backdrop of our increasing dependence on technology, science, and the internet, it is only fair that we find out not just how to work on the net, but how to make the net work for us.
This is the 21st century. We need to move forward and move with the times. If we are to be honest with ourselves, the internet is here to stay. It will not be going extinct anytime soon, so the earlier we get used to it, the better things are going to be for us. And for those coming behind us. In a world where children as young as seven are being taught things like software development and coding, it will be out of place for us not to take steps to harness this treasure trove called the internet. While we may be behind some countries in the way we harness and make use of technology due to challenges with power supply and many other things, there is no law that says we have to similarly be slackers in the use of the internet, which has no geographical limitation, and can be accessed from anywhere.
Thus far, I have, I hope, managed to get you interested without spoiling the book for you. The content of the book is strategic, with names and links, and even the seasoned internet-preneur can find a gem or two to add to the things he or she knows. I would indeed have liked to share the knowledge I have gotten in the book with all you readers, but sadly, it would defeat the aim and the reason for which he wrote the book. Besides, it is said that nothing good comes easy, and that something which comes too freely will not be valued. And that, dear reader, is how I end this piece. If you enjoyed it, I assure you that the book is more enjoyable. By the time you are done, I will have gone back to studying the book, because a casual first reading can never do it justice.