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The book was too long and shared too much detail on every little aspect of the company's turnaround.
Starbucks was and is a great company and Howard Schultz does a great job of sharing his personal journey and sharing what it means to be an entrepreneur.
Schulz is an emotional guy who believes that every employee in the company must love the product in order for Starbucks to achieve success.
I liked it. It was a compelling story about a person willing to take risks, even to risk all for success.Published 12 hours ago by esol program coordinator
I really enjoyed this book, Howard Schultz tells the story from a very personal view, almost like you're in his head the entire book. Read morePublished 2 days ago by C. SWAN
Good insights into the journey of starbucks. However, I was hoping to read a little more about the very early days, pre IPO days maybePublished 1 month ago by Abhishek Jain
it is hard to believe paying 3-4 bucks for a bad to mediocre cup of coffee would have lasted thru the recession, but it did. this kind of shows you how and why. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Craig Hennie
It help you to undersant how to return to your core in a changing world where others aspects are more importants that doing the things with passion,
If you have lost how... Read more
This book was certainly worth the purchase. Great for anyone in the business world or anyone looking to get in the head of a CEO.Published 2 months ago by Kelsey
Interesting history of some of Starbucks' tougher times, but a little too self-serving for me, in terms of Howard Schultz' voice throughout, and how invested he is in caring for... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joan
I couldn't put this book down. It was recommended to me by my business coach. Amazing how many changes this little big company has gone through. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Derek
The personal accounting of events by the owner of Starbucks give the book an interesting appeal. However, I found it a bit on the sales pitch side of why Starbucks is such a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shannon