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latonya

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  • Eat People: An Unapologetic Plan for Entrepreneurial Success

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Andy Kessler
    • Narrated By Walter Dixon
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (55)
    Performance
    (27)
    Story
    (26)

    Here's how entrepreneurs find the next big thing-and make it huge. The era of easy money and easy jobs is officially over. Today, we're all entrepreneurs, and the tides of change threaten to capsize anyone who plays it safe. Taking risks is the name of the game - but how can you tell a smart bet from a stupid gamble? Andy Kessler offers 12 surprising and controversial rules for these radical entrepreneurs.

    Nicholas says: "some nuggets, lots of ranting"
    "Eat People"
    Overall

    While this author has some very good points such as how many professions like attorneys and industries like insurance, and governmental business and many with unions that make things inefficient, (and charge to much for the service) and make people say" I dare you to report me for bad service" (such chrysler customer service) charge too much. Very good points! He also explains why the charge is too much, in detail and it makes good sense.
    However, he seems locked in predetermined thoughts about people that is not very progressive to say the least for example..." slackers are easy to spot, white guys with dreadlocks, people who hang around Starbucks, women in long dresses made out of old drapes" What is he talking about???? He does not say why or understand why athletes are paid well ( they make many others wealthy, advertisers, owners, sports wear ect. also they help create jobs!.) He goes in to genius thoughts, to some type of mentally altered patient ranting almost.
    Somewhat insightful, interesting and different if anything else.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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