Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2019
I love how this book gives you a really concrete plan for success. The three steps laid out by the
author, Cyndi McCoy, are so easy to understand and relatable that anyone can go through
them. The Shift, Download, and Propel Roadmap give the reader a way to set out your goals
and reflect on the accomplishments that you’ve made towards reaching your goals at every step
along the way. She works through ensuring that the reader can identify their strengths and play
to them. She also makes sure that you can identify your weaknesses and work on making them
better to develop a great overall plan that addresses every aspect one might face when starting
their own business.
This book also has a great conversational tone that makes you feel more like you’re talking to a
friend instead of reading a motivational book for entrepreneurs. Cyndi McCoy did a great job of
being relatable and real. I give this book two thumbs up and would recommend it for anyone
starting up a new business, in the middle of getting a new venture off the ground, or needs help to navigate challenges in entrepreneurship.
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2019
Great value. The book has a chapter on relationships. It talks about surrounding yourself with success, not being too negative, and putting yourself on good footing. The book also talks about your actions. After a few pages, the book has a very concise conclusion, which includes a call to action. I like the author's brevity here, but it may end up hurting me in the end. It's always fun to finish a book. It's really torture when you're on page one and you figure out that it's going to take at least thirty days to finish the book, but having short books also poses problems. But, there was enough reinforcement, positivity, and affirmation in this book to create an environment that will last me for years. The author has a career working with Fortune 500 companies.
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2019
Starting a new business is hard. Anyone who has done it can tell you about all of the good and
bad aspects of it. The most important thing is to not give up and to keep on moving. That’s what
Keep Your Feet Moving: And Navigate Challenges on the Road to Entrepreneurship is all about.
Cyndi McCoy tells her life story, including details of all the good and bad things that happened
on her journey of starting and getting a business off the ground.
I think it’s important for someone to know that no matter what they’re going through there is a
way to get out of the other side if they don’t give up. Cyndi McCoy does a great job of getting
this message through, by telling not only her own story but also other stories of hard work and
success that other people have gone through. She gives concrete examples and lists of ways to
work through all of the hard patches.
There have been several times in my life I could have used advice like this, and I’m really glad
that I read this book right now. It made me feel as if I could get through anything, no matter what
highs and lows I’ve been going through in the process as long as I “keep my feet moving.”
Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
The book written by Cyndi Mccoy is a very impressive piece of literature that everyone should consider reading at some point or another. Keep Your Feet Moving: and Navigate Challenges On The Road To Entrepreneurship is a great book that makes many very impressive points.
Everyone encounters a different point in their lives where they feel like they aren’t making any progress. This is a basic part of everyone’s lives, whether we want to admit it or not. The author does a fantastic job of relating different parts of everyday innovation economy survival life to the book. Basically, we all need to “keep our feet moving” in every part of our lives. Cyndi Mccoy also administers this thought process to entrepreneurship. This type of work is very much like our daily lives. Something is going to happen that is completely unexpected as you begin your journey as an entrepreneur. Are you simply going to give up? Or are you going to continue to work because you believe that you have what it takes to be successful?
Cyndi Mccoy does a wonderful job of comparing different parts of our lives with that of a business owner. I have found that the different lists found within the book are vital to its success. They can also be used in the success of a small business owner that is trying hard to see that their dreams become a success.