How to Get Rich: One of the World's Greatest Entrepreneurs Shares His Secrets

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Penguin, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 291 pages
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An outspoken entrepreneurial dynamo reveals the secrets behind his self-made fortune

Starting as a college dropout with no family money, Felix Dennis made himself the sixty-fifth richest individual in the U.K. And had a blast in the process.

How to Get Rich, his #1 British bestseller, is different from any other book on the subject because Dennis isn¬'t selling snake oil, investment tips, or motivational claptrap. Having already made his fortune, he merely wants to help readers embrace entrepreneurship¬—and learn from his successes and failures.

Dennis reveals, for example, why a regular paycheck is like crack cocaine; why being young, penniless, and inexperienced is a fine combination; why great ideas are vastly overrated; and why ¬“ownership isn¬'t the important thing, it¬'s the only thing.¬”

Part naked memoir, part contrarian manual, this book is invaluable for anyone willing to stare down failure and take a chance on not just getting rich, but very rich indeed!
 

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Mr Flex i like to pay the rent and education tuition,please make site for the poor without fees to be enough only in their life

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About the author (2008)

Felix Dennis is the chairman of Dennis Publishing and the founder of Maxim, one of the most successful new magazines of the last decade. His privately owned company publishes The Week, Auto Express, Stuff, Computer Shopper, and Evo, among many other magazines. He has written several volumes of poetry that have been performed live onstage by the Royal Shakespeare Company. He has homes in London, New York City, and the Caribbean island of Mustique.

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