Enter the Dragon

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Orion Publishing Group, Jun 10, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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Theo Paphitis is the outspoken and charismatic star of Dragons' Den who has turned round a string of household names, from Ryman to La Senza, in a high-profile business career that has brought him millions. Now, in his revealing and controverisal memoir, he not only takes the reader behind the scenes on Dragons' Den, he explains how he made his fortune. He also provides a masterclass in business methods that will enable anyone who reads this book to learn so much about how they too can improve their business. In the book, Theo recalls how his family moved to England from Cyprus and how as a poor immigrant, he took whatever jobs he could, starting as a tea boy for Lloyd's. There he began to take the first steps on a career that would net him a fortune. He reveals the methods that took him to the top, and also provides some fascinating insight into the national game from his spell as chairman of Millwall FC. But, above all, this is a book that will provide all readers with the opportunity to learn from one of the nation's most successful businessmen and put his ideas into practice.

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Review: Enter The Dragon: How I Transformed My Life And How You Can Too

User Review  - Joel - Goodreads

Pretty nice read. Matches what you'd expect from Paphitis in the dragons den. Paphitis is very pragmatic, and his writing style is quite basic. However he conveys inspiration as he goes through his ... Read full review

Review: My Name Is Not Theo Paphitis

User Review  - Andy Whyte - Goodreads

Great book. Balances business advice, and Theo's biography perfectly. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Theo Paphitis is the self-made multi-millionaire and star of Dragons' Den. He has specialised in turning round failing companies, such as Ryman and La Senza, and for eight years was chairman of Millwall FC.

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