"Iaquinto and Spinelli, using a rare mixture of practical experience and academic expertise, have come up with a framework that every entrepreneur should use if they wish to survive the inevitable pitfalls that line their path to success."
—Richard A. Steenerson, president and owner, Polaris Marine, Inc.
"Never Bet the Farm is a book that manages to be both practical and inspirational."
—Arsen Avakian, CEO and founder, Argo Tea, Inc.
"A very readable book for any entrepreneur."
—Rocki-Lee DeWitt, dean, University of Vermont, School of Business Administration
I'm not buying any more books on 'how to be an entrepreneur' that was written by a college prof who had a business failure and retreated back to the ivory tower.Published 2 months ago by Femme Vitale
I could summarize this book as saying it has some really solid points on taking risks & making decisions for start-up businesses, but it is a pretty boring book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brent
This book is made up of 15 principles in 2 parts as follows:-
Developing the Correct Frame of Mind:-
1. Entrepreneurship is a career
2. Read more
I enjoyed this book and found it very inspirational. I am a graduating college student this semester and aspire to start a career as an entrepreneur after I finish school. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jketts
It's hard to surf cable TV channels these days, without seeing an iteration of the "World Series of Poker," a "Texas Hold `Em Championship," or some charity "Celebrity Poker... Read morePublished on March 25, 2009 by Rebecca Clement
Libraries are filled with inspiring but intimidating tales of business success, but such superhero tricks of business engineering seem beyond the reach of mere mortals. Read morePublished on September 7, 2007 by Rolf Dobelli
This book about business startup and avoiding potential pitfalls, by two entrepreneur-academics may have a negative in the title, but is far from negative in content. Read morePublished on February 21, 2007 by William Keyser