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But if you want pleasure and experience, need excitement and to 'feel the fear' and you see anything and anyone as potential tools to the satisfaction of your desires, then entrepreneurship is for you.

More usefully still, it will make it crystal clear, if you don't have a certain drive and ability to handle fear, that you really should not bother.In chapter 1, Dennis deals with the common reasons people put forth for going out on a limb to get rich. First let me declare an interest, I worked for the man, not in the early pioneering years but in the middle years, when he had already amassed considerable wealth. Whatever qualities the rich may have, they can be acquired by anyone with the tenacity to become rich.

The way it's written, the crazy rich Dennis and everything it's way more useful thsn books like think and grow rich and others. An “Albert” is one who can never become rich simply because they lack the personality or drive to do so; they exist in a grey zone between desire and compulsion. Following a life-threatening illness, his first collection of poetry, A Glass Half Full was published by Hutchinson and the second, Lone Wolf , in 2004. Yet if you are not willing to fail you will forever be bound in circumstances that involve little risk. Fortunately for you, you do not have anything to lose and can afford to ignore the 'jobsworths' and Jeremiahs who have lived upon the mountain for so long that they have come to worship it.Then i found out that it was written by Felix Dennis who's net worth was around 750m in 2007 when he wrote it. Felix Dennis is an eccentric, a character, a legend in his own wine-fueled lunchtime, and let's be thankful for it.

Dennis' book will, if read with attention, do a great deal to point out all those mistakes that a live wire will make (and will probably make anyway because entrepreneurs tend not to listen to their Dads) long before they have to be made. It’s not because they don’t love you - it’s because your success brings with it a mirror to their own timidity. If Machiavelli sat down at his iMac to confect The Billionaire Prince , it might sound remarkably like Felix Dennis's How to Get Rich .As soon as Dennis started getting into the meat of his material, however, I began to sit up and take notice. When my husband and I started our shoe company, we were, like all other entrepreneurs, completely in denial about what we were in for (despite having both started businesses before). I know this from personal experience and have seen many of the principles discussed at work in real life.

Not knowing that something cannot be done, you are likely to waltz into uncharted minefields where angels before you have feared to dance.But before dealing with each in turn, let me digress for a moment regarding upbringing , race , colour , educational qualifications and gender . This is a book that I am going to pass straight on to my seventeen year old son, not because of its insights into business (although it rings true on that account) but because of its insights into human nature and into the world 'out there' that he is going to have to negotiate in the coming years. Canny, infuriating, cynical and generous by turns, "How To Get Rich" is an invaluable guide to 'the surprisingly simple art of collecting money which already has your name on it'.

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