Nothing’s Changed But My Change: The ShoeMoney Story

My good friend (and sometimes enemy) Jeremy “Shoemoney” Schoemaker has just just released in his new book on Amazon, and it promises to be unlike any business book you’ve ever read.

Shoe has been telling me about this book for years, and it’s great to see he finally got it out. The book is more an autobiography than anything else. It’s an incredible read and I highly recommend you pick up a copy and add it to your success library.

shoemoneyPenned with the same irreverence for authority and grammar as his widely read blog (, Nothing’s Changed but My Change chronicles the journey from a difficult childhood as the fat “dumb” kid to a grown-up place of prominence, wealth, and happiness as one of the world’s foremost internet marketers. At times it’s philosophical, provocative and downright hilarious and at others it’s a cursory how-to manual for making a buck and spending it wildly.

Transparent and shockingly honesty, you can’t help but like and identify with the brazen narrator and finish his story with a renewed sense of your own self-confidence and hope. In the end, Schoemaker–the man behind the alias–leaves us with a final understanding that anything’s possible if you celebrate yourself and embrace your natural talents because–as he’s learned–that’s the stuff that never changes.

Nothing’s Changed But My Change: The ShoeMoney Story is available in both paperback and Kindle editions. Go pick up a copy and take careful notes on what Shoe wrote about me!

20 thoughts on “Nothing’s Changed But My Change: The ShoeMoney Story”

  1. sapna says:

    HI John

    It appears to be good since it is coming from your reference. Your points will be surely noted.


  2. brayan says:

    looks very promising

  3. faisal says:

    Downloaded it on Kindle, its free 😉

    1. John Chow says:

      Yes the Kindle edition if free for a limited period. Download it now!

    2. Chandana says:

      I have read summery of the book in amazon too , wonderful book , but not sure about getting the book free .

  4. George says:

    Why is he sometimes enemy

    1. John Chow says:

      Because we like to fight each other once in a while.

      1. dan says:

        Hello John,

        I’ve read the Ebook and I’m really surprised at the deep information.

        BTW: John, Most times, You don”t reply to emails– I’m not pissed off but I just want to ask if I can send a guest post over to you.

        I’ll really appreciate if you permit me this opportunity



  5. Eric says:

    This seems to be a very interesting read “the Shoemoney Story”, I am going to have to check this book out! The short little blurp sounds pretty inspiring and shouldn’t we all embrace our own talents!

    When are you going to write a book Mr. Chow? Or better yet run a contest to give a few of these away!

  6. Love the title.

    Sounds like a very inspiring story for American entrepreneurs.

    I wonder if he wrote about the friend John Chow or the enemy? :)

  7. Tushar says:

    Will be interesting to see, how he emerged as a successful person in life. Hope to read it and what is special about him.

  8. Adam says:

    Wow! John you are a great friend to shoe. I am totally pumped about this book. After I read it I’m going to do a review on my blog

  9. Tony Nguyen says:

    The book looks interesting to read John. I’ll check the book in Amazon, and download it to my Kindle Fire. :) I’m going to business in Croatia, and might as well have this book for leisure. Thanks!

  10. Sinnary Sam says:

    Free on Kindle? Awesome! Thanks for the post!

  11. Tim Miller says:

    Thanks John, just heard directly from his blog actually. This is the story that i extremely would love to hear from successful bloggers out there. I think the story like this will be really inspiring for many bloggers who want to get motivated at the fullest to build their blog.

  12. WordPress says:

    Great news John! I’ve been following Jeremy for a long time. Now we have the chance to get to know him a litltle better through his book. Already downloading on my Kindle!

  13. Jason James says:

    It’s amazing how you can transform yourself.

    It’s really inspiring to see someone who was labeled as the fat dumb kid. I was labeled as the fat, dumb, lazy, and weird kid.

    You realize that it’s a different world than what people project onto you.

  14. don says:

    Adding this to my bucket list for 2013, been reading his blog for over 5 years, the one thing that he tends to do is keep it real, surprised that he did not get his logo onto the book cover tho..

  15. I’ve watched a couple of Jeremy’s keynotes and talks. He has a very interesting success story. Thanks for sharing John. I’ll definitely be adding it to my list of books to check out this year.

  16. ZK says:

    Shoemoney is a star…love his rags to riches story, you don’t need education to be rich

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