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.
I'll have to admit that this book is the first business book I've read in a very long time that I enjoyed.
In one chapter, addressing how-to books, Franzese offers this opinion, "They all say pretty much the same thing, just in different ways."
It is a quick read with only 152 pages, but the entire book was interesting, enjoyable, and contained some very sound practical advice.
I love this writer. It was a good book, although little bit repetitious of quitting the mop, which was a terrific book!Published 1 month ago by bethylou40
Very well done! Michael could have been a CEO of any Major Corp. & done well! Very enjoyable book to read & they give you an online version & an online Audio version! Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Jones
I bought this book used so it was low cost and I wanted some light reading at bed time. Instead I received a book that was a easy read, interesting, taught good morals and showed... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark Crofoot
I am in the sales field so this book gave me some very good insight on how to do business.Published 5 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 11 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 14 months ago by john22