on 24 February 2011
A simple question:
Q. Do you know what the Author, The Berlin airlift and Richard Branson have in common?
If not read the book and you will discover an incredible narrative around the history of VC, entrepreneurship and what feels like an honest and frank conversation about what it takes to be successful between the author and reader.
Could not put the book down and struggled to stop talking about it to friends and family. The most exciting thing about the book is the fact that it provides you with a fireside view of some of the most interesting turns of history such as the first commercial loan to China and creates a window into a world that very few have the privilege to see.
If you do not want to start a business after reading this book not sure what else is out there that could light a fire.