100 Ways to Succeed/Make Money
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The secrets to success in business and life are revealed in business icon and management guru Tom Peters' 100 Ways to Succeed/Make Money. Delivered in Peters' singularly irreverent voice, these tidbits—which originally appeared on Peters's blog—will transform your way of looking at business while also giving you the swift verbal kick in the, er, behind that will motivate you to put these ideas into action. With a tip a day from Tom Peters delivered by DailyLit, you can take up Peters' call to "Wow...Now! (No bull. This is doable)." Doable indeed.
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FOUR days a week (if humanly possible), 25 weeks running. That’s my promise. (Or, at least, my Goal.) One hundred short but (hopefully) sweet Blogs, collectively titled: 100 Ways to Help You Succeed/Make Money. “It” was all triggered by a “trivial” experience this past Saturday ...
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Reviewed by luther125 on May 2, 2012
i found that this book is really time wastage. It really get me bored. tll me this how one can be succeeded
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Reviewed by kareninthecity on Mar 17, 2012
Waste of Time!!!!!
This book is a complete waste of time. DailyLit should remove it from their selections.
Reviewed by anocean on Apr 19, 2010
Opinionated and boring.
As many have mentioned in their reviews, this "book" is a dud. All of the points made are basically things you are taught while growing up. As for the true content, the author basically voices his opinion all the way through - if I wanted to read that, I'd just read the newspaper. Biased encouragement = not for me, and I'm sure not for a lot of others. Read one of DailyLit's other fine offerings and skip this one.
Reviewed by s13cybergal on Jul 1, 2009
Book felt contrived. I was surprised at this
Most days I felt like my time was being wasted. Peters would have done better to have 50 good ideas instead of 100 where half are bits of nice sounding fluff.
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