Michael Franzese was one of the mob's biggest earners since Al Capone, and the youngest individual on Fortune magazine's “Fifty Biggest Mafia Bosses.” Then, after dodging the law for years, Franzese pled guilty, accepted a ten-year prison sentence, and quit the mob.
Sometimes the mob lingo and stories can feel contrived, not to say they aren't true probably just the writing style.
Another Great FEATURE is because it is a "NELSON FREE" book you also get to download a searchable E-Book and a MP3 Audio book of this title.
It is a quick read with only 152 pages, but the entire book was interesting, enjoyable, and contained some very sound practical advice.
I am in the sales field so this book gave me some very good insight on how to do business.Published 2 months ago by Jackey Guidry
Decent read. Nothing fancy, and, the Author goes out on a limb for the reader. Instilling a few things to apply to one's life. Read morePublished 9 months ago by YEAH WAY
I love the book! A + 5 stars!! I'm curious about the other books. Going to buy more of michael franzese books.Published 11 months ago by john22
Hi i read this book and i liked it and he does give good tips about business however i would like to say and i say it from joe bonnanos book a man of honor when you run a business... Read morePublished 16 months ago by azjr1
I was looking for more of a history of the Mafia book, but this is more of a business-type instructional book. I believe the tips from Michael are very useful to business leaders.Published 17 months ago by ASL
This was one of the more interesting perspective that I have come across. Mr Franzese's perspective in extremely unique and his suggestions are well thought out... Read more
Michael Franzese gives common business advice wrapped in mob stories. I think he succeeds not because of his business knowledge, but because he is a positive person. Read morePublished on August 22, 2012 by R. Song
Very nice book on surviving the Corporate Jungle. Agrees with my two years in Accounting and Forecasting and two years in R&D and five years in Engineering. Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by GeneH