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5.0 out of 5 stars
Genuine book about an individual, 16 Jun. 2009
Really liked this book. From my perspective the difference between this book and many others is that you get a sense of what one individual needs to go through to get an idea off the ground which is often over-looked in business books who tend to focus to much on the back office process and ignore the actually "doing" aspect.
Examples of this is the way he has had difficulties in obtaining patents and the steps he went through to achieve this and source foreign suppliers in areas of business he had little/no prior experience.
All in all I really liked it as it is very open, and it gives an honest account of how time consuming and difficult pursuing your own ideas can be, but also how this ultimately makes it more rewarding if you achieve them.