By Adam Jusko
You have to admire Daniel DiPiazza. Here’s a guy that has had some modest business success in his 20s and parlayed it into being a sort of business voice for his generation. If that sounds like a backhanded compliment, it’s not. I’m jealous. And fascinated. Because his story is mainly one of hustle. His Rich20Something “brand” has now extended into a new book in which he teaches you to follow in his footsteps.
But you better have a high motor. Because DiPiazza is always thinking, always trying to figure out how one thing leads to the next. More specifically, what is the angle I can take with my skills, my background, my personality, my hustle, that leads to something bigger? What is the strategy that allows me to skip a few steps on the conventional ladder to success to make some money and, who knows, maybe even be able to write a book worth reading before I hit 30?