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Small is Powerful: Why the Era of Big Government, Big Business and Big Culture is Over Paperback – 30 Jun 2016
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"Ambitious, accessible and illuminating" (Jeremy Cliffe The Economist)
"A fascinating blend of history, economics and philosophy" (Luke Johnson The Sunday Times)
An informed and impassioned appeal to challenge the inequality and instability brought on by big business and big government in favour of the 'small revolution'.See all Product description
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27 October 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
Adam Lent’s crowd funded monograph “Small is Powerful” was well worth the wait and surprised pleasantly as "a good read”. However, increasingly in later chapters, greater value - potential benefits to many becomes clear. The historical context in which today’s creative, innovative and entrepreneurial individuals' endeavours are set is thorough and thought provoking. Greatest importance for 'change makers' lies in consideration of 'where do we go from here’. But those setting out to build happier lives around small enterprises are likely to be so focused and driven that they could well miss the comfort and inspiration to be derived this “must read’. Therefore it is to be hoped that many, be they policy makers or implementers, business mentors or professional advisors, angel investors, even bankers, will appreciate and recommend this book and the insights provided, both directly and through their approach and actions.