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Winning Without Losing Paperback – May 1, 2014
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I really like the idea of this book. How to maintain a sense of balance in your life even though you're working to keep your company afloat or to grow it before it fails. The book is organized into 66 small essays representing 66 tips that can help you regain the balance. It is organized into seven sections: how to do things more smartly, how to do things differently than usual, how to eliminate things that waste your time and energy, how to keep moving even if life seems against you, how to design balance into your life, how to get into the mindset of balance and how to do it.
As the book is very fragmented I felt it easy and fast to read but felt it lacked a lot of elaboration on most of the subjects. The quality of each essay also varies greatly with some essays being distilled wisdom while others seem to be there to make up the numbers.
Overall it is a very interesting book. If this book had an extensive bibliography it would have been a great book but without it, it becomes a handy book instead to introduce you to some new ideas and thoughts you can try to pursue balance in work and life.
Winning without losing provides this fresh perspective. I love Martin's style, but above all I love his authenticity. Martin is able to motivate you to get out there and start something.
Thanks for the kick in the boot and a fresh perspective, Martin!
-Clark Danger of [...]
Many good idea, very practical and easy to implement....But it's geared towards entrepreneurs, not so much towards employees. Also many of the ideas are not groundbreaking or brand new. What is new is collecting all these strategies into one great package.
The testimonial from successful entrepreneur and executives are well chosen and variable. At the end I made a list of the 66 tips and already shared this book with many friends!
Thanks Martin Bjergegaard for taking time for write this book!
There has already been occasions to refer back to the content in this book for helpful tips and tricks on work balance and overall happiness.
I wold highly recommend this book to any aspiring or current entrepreneur who wants to get a handle on all things life and work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First of all, I would like to request potential buyers to check the Table of Content in "Look inside" which gave a very good idea of what the author wanted to pitch. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ServantofGod
As most reviewers agree, this book is an easy read, all strategies are explained very clearly and are easy to follow. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jerry floros
I met Martin at The Happy Startup Camp 2014, and he shared examples from the book during his talk. I was inspired by his philosophy, and eager to read more examples of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by I A
This is a entrepreneurially-minded light read, inspiring and very punctual on a set of values that we need to keep in mind though a career path. Read morePublished 24 months ago by zara divcheva
A must read book for entrepreneurs. Great insights on how to balance life and business.
You come to think of Sun Tze: The Art of War – just with a strong entrepreneurial... Read more
Outstanding read for the new, savvy business professional. Really captures the road to success and how to wander off the beaten path to get where you want to be.Published on June 17, 2014 by Aaron Schwartz
They've interviewed a group of super inspiring people, and boiled it down to some pretty key lessons that everone can benefit from. Excellent book overall.Published on June 10, 2014 by Calvin Correli
I read a lot of books on achievement, and it is great to experience an author like Bjerregaard that focuses on the goal of your fulfillment, and not just on the goals of your... Read morePublished on June 8, 2014 by Oscar Aabech Jung
"Winning Without Losing" is a must-read for aspiring entrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, and corporate professionals alike. Read morePublished on June 7, 2014 by Carie Ferg