The author finds 1000 different ways to say that charm is important. Treating people nicely and showing that you care by going the extra mile is important. And it will help you. And you should do it. Then go out and do it more.
Get the idea? Now you've heard about 99% of what this book has to offer. There's nothing here that isn't pure common sense.
Probably one of the worst books I've ever read. This book is not about economics. Rather, it is the random musings of a guy who puts himself forth as an expert on just about everything, but offers almost nothing that has any basis in fact. He offers suggestions about finding good ethnic food, visiting art museums, and explains that it rarely makes sense to read a book all the way through. Gee, I really wish I had followed his advice on that last one...
The book is so ridiculously bad that I actually laughed out loud in some places. I gave it every chance to get better, but to no avail. This book REALLY sucks. really. I mean it. It does. Royally.
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