Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur by Derek Sivers | Summary and Analysis
While Derek Sivers' Anything You Want claims the everyman appeal that comes with using a title directed to a second-person pronoun, the book is first and foremost the story of an individual. Sivers is well aware of that fact, too, and states it right in the first few minutes. This here, Sivers forewarns, is a story of success, yes, but it's the story of a specific success. Anything You Want, Sivers tells those who have made it as far as minute two, is really the story of the particular thing that he wanted. Many people - most people - want something. The interesting bit is that Sivers actually went out and got it. He also got a multimillion-dollar corporation, too. Still active in the entrepreneurial world, Sivers tends to get a lot of questions about how he managed to pull off such large-scale success. Anything You Want is Sivers' attempt to answer those questions all at once, through a single storyline.
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What did you love best about Anything You Want: 40 Lessons for a New Kind of Entrepreneur | Summary?
As an entrepreneur myself, hearing the story of how the success of his business unfolded was useful, and the narrator did a great job of keeping the snippets interesting, and keeping the listener engaged in the story.
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