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Bring 'em back alive

Advantages: Simple, easy to understand, makes some good points & is very readable
Disadvantages: A bit overpriced

It always helps to know the bias of anyone reviewing a book for you, so cards on the table: I am something of a "self-help" / "self-improvement" junkie. I use both expressions because it's often difficult to know where the boundary between management te ...

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Review of The Commando Entrepreneur - Damian McKinney

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The 50th Law of the concrete jungle -the new entrepreneur's bible

Advantages: clear, presice how to ideas, easily used
Disadvantages: not for everyone

Background/Context The collaboration between 50 cent and Robert Greene seems a bit confusing at first. It would seem unique to say the least. The first question would be who the intended audience maybe? The authors have there own distinct following, ...

kingkong218 13.11.2009 · Read full review
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Review of The 50th Law - 50 Cent

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The fall and rise of our favourite brick

Advantages: Searching, well-documented analysis
Disadvantages: For a very specialist business-orientated readership

There can be few of us whose lives have not been untouched at some stage by a phase of building things out of LEGO bricks. These little wonders have comprised a time-honoured toy for children of all ages which weathered many a storm ever since Ole Kirk C ...

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Review of Brick by Brick How LEGO Rewrote the Rules of Innovation and Conquered the Global Toy Industry - David Robertson, Bill Breen

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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Advantages: Clear and accessible writing, Some useful guidance on wealth accumulation
Disadvantages: Some parts too US-specific to be useful to a UK audience, Repetition of key points gets tiring

...Some time ago, I recall reading a magazine article in which a journalist was touring the house of a self-made millionaire as part of an investigation into the lifestyles of the rich and famous. All went as expected until she reached the bathroom, where sh ...

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Review of The Millionaire Next Door - Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko

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Do you want to be a Millionaire?

Advantages: Lots of good insights
Disadvantages: A bit heavy going in places

The Millionaire Next Door is a book that examines in detail the traits of two groups: Millionaires (and billionaires), and the people the authors term "Big Hat, No Cattle", people who live high and look flash. The book goes on to show how most millionaire ...

snowflake5 21.10.2005 · Read full review
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Review of The Millionaire Next Door - Thomas J. Stanley, William D. Danko

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