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Very good till the end when he got too unnecessarily techie. In fact the book ended up a bit flat, a thud instead of a spark. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dylly
Fabulous book. Truly. Kessler makes the case for hard work, progress, and innovation. Amazing that we needed someone to actually defend those things, yet here we are. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Phillips
The digital pages didn't cut my fingers as I turned them, scalable progress! Loved it, made me hungry so I went and fired someone. WootPublished 8 months ago by Huck78
The book gives me some new ideas. However, the book also drags on the same idea for too long.Published 8 months ago by neo wang
I have to say that Kessler does a good job spelling this out. If you are a true entrepreneur this is solid material.Published 12 months ago by Bob with cancer
This book is essentially a giant rant by Kessler arguing for less regulations in all aspects of business. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Frazier