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This book seems to be more of a Eulogy for Felix Dennis than any great innovative thinking around becoming an entrepreneur or starting a business. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ravi Shankar Pooli
Funny and inspiring indeed. Gets you thinking and nooding your head couple of times. His quotes are simply great. Will be a must read for my kids😀Published 1 day ago by PeterB
This is a book about making money from someone who has actually, get this, made money.
Most other "make money" books are oversold rubbish. Read more
This book is a really enjoyable read, and the content of it is also very good.Published 20 days ago by Steven Medina
Entertaining to read. He doesn't tell you how to get rich-- it's more about how hard it is to get rich, that a lot of luck is involved, and you better be prepared to work your ass... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Jose Gonzalez
A revealing autobiography of his life, his mistakes and his successes. Every one over 12 years, should read this book. Read morePublished 26 days ago by norman sudduth
Fantastic read and the truth about getting rich. No sugar coating here.Published 1 month ago by Greg Behnke
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|Exert printed in UK Times||
The Times has set-up a new database (ece) structure for archived articles and the link that Charles posted in July of '06 is no longer good. The new url for the mentioned excerpt is: http://business.timesonline.co.
Good book, by the way.
Apr 5, 2007 by Mike Donovan | See all 4 posts
|Is this a book about the tour?||
This is not about his Poetry tour. It is a wonderfully written account of how he got rich, and advice on the getting of money, and perhaps why it is not a good idea.
Mar 24, 2011 by Jimboquick | See all 2 posts
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