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I really enjoyed this book, it was an easy, quick read and I felt good when I finished it.
I don't know what you or I would do, Mike said, "could she see that I was really one of life's losers want a job at Starbucks", "yes", he said.
The average American doesn't read one book a year, and as this is only August I am one up on the average American.
I have over one hundred and fifty books on my "to read list." Most of them are big books; important books. Most of these books are theological in nature. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by Dr. David Steele
I enjoyed this book, it is a testament of what is important in life. Purpose, community, appreciation for others and gratitude over material wealth .Published 10 days ago by CPM
Starting at the top and working your way down is unfortunately not all that unusual. But Michael Gill adjusts his attitude and goes for life. Not easy. Read morePublished 20 days ago by kate476
I have never been a Starbucks customer. I enjoyed the book because of the authors philosophy and confessions of his inadequacies as well as his love of his Partners and customers. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Elinor O Gartner
This book is a very quick read sharing how a financial successful man lost his job, then his family, and then his home. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Joanne
This is a lovely story! It made me want to quit my job as a floor nurse and work at Starbucks, what a wonderful advertisement for Starbucks. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paula
As others have noted, this memoir is something of a shill for Starbucks. It's a well-written (ghostwritten? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan Mease