An exceptional book that I will listen to again and also get the print version for later reference. The author has read and squeezed the essence of a remarkable number of books on our behalf.
The book is a collection of ideas in different business domains, some of it are useful, many so basic, but it is not waste of time to read it once you will find couple of things you missed or forget
Josh did a great job at providing a very broad overview of many concepts and topics that are crucial to being successful in business and in life. Coupled with many references to sources I found this an extremely valuable audiobook.
I found this to be a great primer and almost an encyclopedia, both in scope and delivery, of the modern business person. There is an incredible wealth of practical and theoretical info. I don't know that this could be substituted or anything close for an MBA, as the concepts are more aligned with modern solopreneurs who are building medium sized businesses online and in person, as opposed to large corporate and Enterprise entities. That said, there is some good information about how any size business works, from supply chain to understanding how to improve and optimize. I definitely recommend the book, just be prepared for a long and, at times, dull read / listen.
This was a great book and I'm really impressed with the author. What an inspiration. He is only a few years older than me and has already learned so much. Two thumbs up for Josh Kaufman.
Good practical business advice, liked the portion on standard operating procedures and check lists. Will listen to it a second time and set several book marks the first time.
This a text book, and just fact after fact after dull bloody fact. I stopped after 20 mins, and switched to The Wolf of Wall Street.
The lack of storyline, no examples to support his arguments. And it stops every 2 mins.
Avoid buying the audio version, just buy the paperback version.
I am a plastic surgeon by profession A father by heart A trader by choice A teacher by passion A child by curiosity
it is overall a good book with some practical principles you can use
definitely better than the first 20 hours which was a total waste