I don't think I would recommend this book to a friend. It's not bad, but its not groundbreaking or anything.
The most interesting aspect was the great tips Ries presents and even though they involve a tech company, they can be applied to any company. The least interesting part is the slow stories of his boring tech company.
I have not even heard of Eric Ries's before listening to his book. I have read
Produce in small batches, test often using the right metrics, and make timely adjustments.
I would, this book could literally save the life of someone you know. I think you have to recommend that. I doubt many of my 27 year old friends would take the time to listen to this book too because they havent felt the ill effects of sickness and disease that years of poor nutrition does to you. This is a very long book and it may take some extra motivation to finish it. I hope that motivation is a love for wanting to live healthy, and not a need for survival. I'm lucky enough to just be the former, a blogger that wants to live the healthiest life possible and share with others to make sure they can too!
I've read a lot of diet books lately, from authors like Gary Taubes, Robb Wolf, Mark Sisson, Michael Pollan, and Loren Cordain. They are focused on what we call PALEO as of late, but its really just a focus on really feeding our body in the right way. I highly recommend these other authors if you are inspired to lead a long and healthy life.
No I have not, but she read this book very well.
No, and I don't think that would be possible.
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