Autor del libro Los Tres Comerciantes y El Lobo Feroz
I loved that this book was written from real events
Very relevant sets of ideas for an entrepreneur.
Wonderfully shares the background, struggles, growth and success of 3 very different real life entrepreneurs. I especially enjoyed the back story pre-Harvard, the obvious benefits of attending (as well as the obvious minor flaws of the institution) as well as the different path the 3 took after school. There was a good balance between the highs of success and the lows of the climb upward. The book achieves it's goal of convincing you that entrepreneurship can be learned. PS I listen at 2 or 3X so the 'performance' was fine for me but I cannot judge what normal speed sounded like. A case study in life and business for us novices.
For people who wants to go into entrepreneurship. This book will give you insight into the entrepreneurship journey. The ups and downs, the trials and tribulations.
This book contained some high-level ideas, but never drilled down into what was involved in starting and running a business and making it profitable. Mostly it was war stories about Harvard Business School grads in their ventures to hit their numbers, make millions, and feel fulfilled for creating hundreds of jobs. Sometimes those jobs lasted, and paid well; sometimes they did not and made unreasonable demands on the people that worked them.Looking at it one way, Harvard Business School exists to train talented people to go out into the world and make it a better place by creating employment and technological improvements. Looking at it another way, HBS is a cross-section of people who become multimillionaires by working their asses off night and day, making tons of mistakes, burning through capital like paper in a blast furnace, and doing whatever they have to do to make their number!At times, the book seemed like one long advertisement for Harvard Business School.One of the best parts was the interview with the Entrepreneurs themselves at the end. They became more human at that point - not just two-dimensional hoop-jumpers.I found this book useful because it helped show me how to instill motivation in characters when writing a novel. Which is a form of entrepreneurship in itself.
This is the only reason I am not returning it to Audible for an exchange.
Yes.to remind myself of some of the things said in the book.
I was very impressed by Mark and his passion to succeed.
The one that described Mark working from home for months without pay
The book was very teaching and entertaining at the same time,
I am a young-executive with a voracious appetite for great stories. I read and listen constantly, and am very proud of my book collection.
This very detailed and approachable study of three Harvard School of Business alumni is a must read for anyone interested in what distinguishes those truly successful in entrepreneural startups from the majority for whom success is more alluring. It takes much more than just getting an education at Harvard, but rather a character and mind set that may not necessarily be intuitive. This book will provide concrete and tangible milestones from which to compare your own startup or enterprise difficulties.
This book is approachable and entertaining. The profiles are of real people with varied backgrounds. The diversity of the personalities and cisrcumstances in this study is what makes this book so important.
This book is definitely one I would recommend. It tells the story of average people who took advantage of getting into Harvard Business School and making the most of it. Even more, it helps the listener realize that going to HBS isn't the only avenue to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
My favorite part of the book was how the stories were woven together both personal and business, not just bare bones business talk.
The art of two narrators reading the story gave it the feel of a work of fiction while learning what to do and what not to do when planning to start a new business venture.
Of course this book is too long for one sitting but I found myself getting through this book faster than any other book I've listened to on business and leadership.
I will definitely be listening to this book again. I generally don't write reviews but if you need to be inspired to start a business or start another one this could be the book for you.
I appreciated the candor and 360 angle the book provided. The personal highs and lows. I particularly appreciated the insights into the loneliness of making important decisions in uncertain environments.
I almost stopped listening to the book in the first ten minutes: I find lists boring, since there are so many of them and it's so easy to try and pretend that there is an authoritative "THE WAY" when everyone is a bit different, and the author and voice did not grab me. But I'm glad I got to the in-depth case-studies of three business people. The stories and insights from these and other stories are incredible. It even left me interested in Harvard. I think this is one of the better books to learn from if beginning a start up- which I am.